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Well I had to share with you all!

We got Pepper in April this year. Two year old cocker bag of bones bitch and man was she terrified to the point where my hubby went to say hello to her and she projectile pooed all over the walls and fridge behind her in fear.

If somebody moved quickly or raised their voice she would scarper and wee everywhere. 

Its taken forever to get her to even go to men for a fuss and we thought she would end up just being my pet.

Roll forward to today and she’s only out beating with hubby and having a wonderful time!! We’re thrilled and so happy that she’s happy!

 

Sorry, just had to share!! ❤️❤️

 

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Beats me 😡

Ive many a time heard people say ‘my dog doesn’t like men / women or whatever but nine times out of ten it’s been down to a lack of socialisation or what have you.

Never have I seen a dog so terrified 😢😢

Still, all’s well that ends well 😊

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Donkeys years ago I rescued a border collie that was very much like that, completely wreaked when it came to folks visiting or even passing on the street. He became a one man dog and was a nightmare if I went on holiday. I'm so glad you came along and gave the dog a good life. 

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Excuse the fat legs 😂😂

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1 hour ago, ditchman said:

yup........................made my xmas that story ..:good::yahoo:

😍😍😍 it’s made ours too!

She was an accidental purchase, we went to Gloucestershire to pick up a springer pup, ended up with two springer pups and Pepper (not from the same people) 😂😂

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Brilliant story and outcome,,,, thanks for sharing 😊 And, if I may,,,, "thank you" from Pepper 😁 That's made my day 🤗

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19 minutes ago, JKD said:

Brilliant story and outcome,,,, thanks for sharing 😊 And, if I may,,,, "thank you" from Pepper 😁 That's made my day 🤗

😍😍😍

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Lovely. They are worth every effort to undo the harm.

We had a terrier from a rescue at about 3 years old that was terrified of men. We got him with OH saying we will manage if he is alright with you. After 6 months OH could stroke him. After a year he let him put a collar on. In the third year he jumped on OH'S  knee for the first time. We had him till he was 16.

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Well done to you and Steve for taking on a dog most folks would have nothing to do with and turning it round 👍👍👍

Happy New year to all of you. 

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14 hours ago, B725 said:

Well done to you and Steve for taking on a dog most folks would have nothing to do with and turning it round 👍👍👍

Happy New year to all of you. 

And to you all! Xx

12 hours ago, billytheghillie said:

Well done, she looks a wee cracker!  And No, your legs are not fat!

She is a wee cracker 😍

And thank you 😂😂

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That's fantastic BB, just read it to my wife and must admit got a bit chocked reading it out loud. Gives me a little bit of hope that I'll get our 16 month old sprocker out beating some time in the next decade. He just wants to gallop everywhere right now and we've had more highly strung/nervous bowel and bladder action from him than we expected in the past six months of ownership.

All the best with Pepper, she's lovely.

Cheers, Mick X

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On 29/12/2019 at 14:22, malmick said:

That's fantastic BB, just read it to my wife and must admit got a bit chocked reading it out loud. Gives me a little bit of hope that I'll get our 16 month old sprocker out beating some time in the next decade. He just wants to gallop everywhere right now and we've had more highly strung/nervous bowel and bladder action from him than we expected in the past six months of ownership.

All the best with Pepper, she's lovely.

Cheers, Mick X

You’ll be fine I’m sure 😍

All the best to you all xx

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