Tagged: Papillon

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Never Work With Children Or Animals!

Last week I decided I wanted to get a really cute photo of Amber and Indy in their Christmas T-shirts for our facebook cover page. I did eventually get a nice photo which is...

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The Merry Adventures In Sherwood Forest!

OK so not the actual “Sherwood Forest” where you expect to come across “Robin Hood” and his band of “Merry Men”, rather Brisbane’s “Sherwood Arboretum” which was established in the early 1920’s is just...

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Indy Has Stolen Ambers Treat!

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Amber and Indy’s 1st Night Together

Pressplay Pets a blog for the modern age pet parent interested in health & care, news, reviews & personal accounts of unconditional love & at times heartfelt pain of pet parenting!

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Play Date – Lili & Jack

Amber and Indy had a doggie play date on the weekend! First to arrive was Lili.  Amber and Indy were so excited to have someone new to play with! Lili on the other hand,...

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No More Mr. Drooly Face?

After a recommended break from driving anywhere, the time had come to start working on those tiny steps to ‘reprogram’ Indy’s feeling of dread as soon as we get into the car.  I had...

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In Deep Water?

Corey was never much of a water baby.  Don’t get me wrong, he loved nothing more than going to the beach, digging in the sand, chasing seagulls and crabs. He did not though enjoy...

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Indy’s 1st Time In The Pool

Pressplay Pets a blog for the modern age pet parent interested in health & care, news, reviews & personal accounts of unconditional love & at times heartfelt pain of pet parenting!

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Amber Sees Something In The Water

Pressplay Pets a blog for the modern age pet parent interested in health & care, news, reviews & personal accounts of unconditional love & at times heartfelt pain of pet parenting!

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Take Me To My Happy Place!

Poor little Indy still suffers from motion sickness and as a result have decided to give him a break from the car for a couple of weeks to ‘reprogram’ before commencing a more controlled...