It's too much hard work. Honestly. And ds1 best friend managed to hack the school twitter, Facebook and school website last week. He posted that it was the wrong week, non school uniform day, all exams were cancelled and school closing at 1pm every day.
FB privacy settings would be nothing compared to him
Apollo and Cutey both look lovely - very good luck with everything LOL at the FB haterz but it is great for keeping in touch with friends! I just say no to all my daughter's friends who've asked and that's it...never understand why 13 y/o would want to be my friend anyway . Only let my daughter on condition I'd be her friend and be able to check her whenever I asked, she hardly goes on it now anyway.
Lady I've put a photo on my profile. She's medium sized and GSD crossed with anyone's guess. I reckon a bit of husky, collie maybe?? She was 18 months when we adopted her from Any Dog'il Do in Edinburgh. She had been found as a tiny pup with a broken leg having been hit by a car and looked after in Romania before they brought her over. They've been brilliant with on going support when I've needed it. She's a sweetheart, very nervous at times but very playful too
only She looks gorgeous, does have that "Rommie" look about her. Was it difficult to be confident you were making the right decision when you couldn't meet her beforehand - I look with longing at their website and really fell for a small lab cross, but (apart from bugger of a DH who doesn't like dogs ) would find it difficult to know if it was THE dog just from a photo and short description... this question to all the new owners!
Leap of faith is about right, MrsD, I was just floating the idea around of getting a dog then saw Hope and fell for her. A bit heart over head, I must admit...But I saw loads of photos of her right from when she was first found and a video of her interacting with other dogs and people so I had a fair idea what to expect. It was still a bit nerve wracking. I did look at other local rescue's but it was hard to find a dog that was used to children and cats.