When you already know your dogs are gorgeous but.......................

deb_l222

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You then put them in the hands of a professional. Sorry it's picture overload time :)

The one that shall henceforth be known as 'she who got bored quickly' AKA Willow











My beautiful ever young Lady Button








And then there was the super cool, supermodel Mr Rufus












Last but not least - Willow should have been part of this but she was wayyyyyyyy too bored by this point :)





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Gorgeous pictures and stunning dogs. I used to have a dog called Button. Did you have a reason for choosing that name, I wonder if it was the same as us.
 

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Gorgeous pictures and stunning dogs. I used to have a dog called Button. Did you have a reason for choosing that name, I wonder if it was the same as us.

She already had her name when she came to live with me but I believe she was so called because of her spots and because she has a single bigger spot on the top of her head, which you can't see in any of the pics I've just noticed.

These days you have to shout BUTTON!! VERY LOUDLY to get any response :)
 

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Mr Rufus is GORGEOUS! Is he a Springer?

He is indeed but he's a bigun. He has the most glorious big proper head :)

His papers (from what I remember) have him bred as a working springer but he has show lines in there too. Button probably has a bit of setter in there and Willow is a fully fledged working idiot springer :rolleyes:
 

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He is indeed but he's a bigun. He has the most glorious big proper head :)

His papers (from what I remember) have him bred as a working springer but he has show lines in there too. Button probably has a bit of setter in there and Willow is a fully fledged working idiot springer :rolleyes:
He really does. I love dogs with chunky heads.
 

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They’re all extremely gorgeous but I’m in love with Button, so beautiful.

Fabulous pictures.
When Caroline (who took the photos) posted Button’s picture on Facebook, someone commented how lovely to get her with her head tilted. I almost didn’t like to say the tilt is now a permanent fixture due to the number of vestibular events she’s had :)

Bless her, I know she’s on borrowed time now but she’s happy, healthy(ish) and still loving life. I always said she could pop off if she made it to one year post-cruciate surgery. Well, in August this year she will have got to two years :)
 

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When Caroline (who took the photos) posted Button’s picture on Facebook, someone commented how lovely to get her with her head tilted. I almost didn’t like to say the tilt is now a permanent fixture due to the number of vestibular events she’s had :)
I totally understand how Button feels as i've been dealing with a vestibular issue since Feb 2019, and its still on going, love to Button x
 
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