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    A classic Mick position

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    I love looking at these.

    This is how Erns always sleeps.



    Snuck up on the bed one morning.


    This is a very special one. The first time Erns relaxed and went to sleep 3 months after I adopted him. He had not been allowed inside in his previous house.To me I had broken through a little of my wild boys shell.



    They were asleep until the camera clicked.


    ETA. In case anyone thinks why the heck does a Lab wear a coat. Keep his hips warm on wintery nights or in the last one a very cold morning and he was sore. We call them his pjs.
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    Kassa 25/11/01 - 09/02/05 O.S Jaw cancer forever in my heart.
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    Sharing one more. Kassy. She loved to sleep close to us.


    My all time favourite and 4 years after she passed still miss this.

    Kassa 25/11/01 - 09/02/05 O.S Jaw cancer forever in my heart.
    Ernie 25/11/01 adopted May 05
    Sam 11? adopted Nov 06 - 18/12/07 Lyphoma
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    It's Teddie who is my funny sleeper











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