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The house next to ours is a rental property and is currently vacant.   The owner doesn't live in Phuket, so my wife occasionally goes and waters their garden.

 

This morning she was surprised to find a dog in there, especially as the property is completely fenced and the gate was closed.

 

My guess is it's maybe 2 years old, possibly part French Bulldog, has recently given birth.   She's very friendly and calm.   She also smells like she's just been shampoo'd.

 

My wife has walked her around our village, asking if anyone knows her, but without success.

 

PM me if you have any information.

 

 

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I hope you find the owner. Especially worried about the pups needing their milk.

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What part of the island are you located?  Did you post in the various FB expat groups?  Might get some more eyeballs on FB.

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1 hour ago, steelepulse said:

What part of the island are you located?  Did you post in the various FB expat groups?  Might get some more eyeballs on FB.

Chalong.   Yes, my wife has already posted on FB.   We'll take care of her whilst we pursue finding her owner (though I suspect they might not want to be found, which is a shame as she has a great nature and is comfortable with our own 3 dogs).

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4 minutes ago, thequietman said:

The one on the left looks <deleted>. U need to remove that yellow shirt. Clearly, it doesn't like that colour. The one on the right seems very content. I suspect it is gay.

The one on the left is a girl , her name is Olype and she is 9 y old  , she is the grand mother of the one on the right which is also a girl , 4 y old  .

I don't know if they don't like the shirts ;

in the morning they like to be at my feet inside the house because outside it's cold ; a tiny 20*C 

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23 minutes ago, pagallim said:

Chalong.   Yes, my wife has already posted on FB.   We'll take care of her whilst we pursue finding her owner (though I suspect they might not want to be found, which is a shame has she has a great nature and is comfortable with our own 3 dogs).

If your three dogs have adopted it, keep it; she will be an excellent guard dog when she is an adult.

 

You wrote : " though I suspect they might not want to be found, "

 

This is also what I thought; they no longer want the dog and got rid of it that way. :angry:

Fortunately you went there and saved her from a miserable life.

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23 hours ago, NCC1701A said:

i clicked on this topic fully expecting to see my photo.

 

So you weren't disappointed then.

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7 minutes ago, pagallim said:

She's about the same age as our two year old Pit Bull bitch, guard duties wouldn't be required.

The best watchdogs are not always what you think!

My tiny dogs that weigh a maximum of 3 kg are great watchdogs;
Obviously no question of making them attack dogs! :cheesy:

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3 minutes ago, Assurancetourix said:

My tiny dogs that weigh a maximum of 3 kg

 

Sorry to break it to you but anything weighing 3kg is not a real dog !!

That's a paperweight 🙂

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1 minute ago, cornishcarlos said:

 

Sorry to break it to you but anything weighing 3kg is not a real dog !!

That's a paperweight 🙂

But the Thai people don't know it; when a stranger approaches the gate, the only thing they hear is furious barking.
They don't see the dogs that are just behind and that gives us time to go and see what's going on.

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