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Run by the wonderfully named Attila Szukalek. Nice guy. Knows his stuff too.

Lemmy definitely prefers the company of people to other dogs, but he did make some friends.
30th Jul 2007, 09:33   | tags:,,,

Steve says:

*Has the song "Bitch school" running around his head*

30th Jul 2007, 09:47

Sprocket says:

I feel sorry for the loner sitting at the back by himself.

30th Jul 2007, 10:30

Puddlepuff says:

That's not a dog Sprocket,... it's a stuffed animal. :)

30th Jul 2007, 11:31

hildegard says:

Aw. Love the slightly apprehensive little boy - obviously keen on Lemmy but ready to rescue his pup at the slightest growl... :)

30th Jul 2007, 13:08

Dhamaka says:

that's a lovely shot

30th Jul 2007, 13:22

silar31 says:

That must have been too much cuteness for one place to stand, almost :). Lovely that you're socializing him proper too. I love the little English Cocker there, (s)he's beautiful.

30th Jul 2007, 15:44

White Fluffy Clouds says:

Aaaww I had so much fun when we took Onyx to puppy school. Probably more than she had.... :D

30th Jul 2007, 18:17

Mandy. says:

will they do clicker training? That astounds me.

30th Jul 2007, 18:22

SaharaSB says:

thats just TOO cute !!!

30th Jul 2007, 18:25

Sprocket says:

Oh, He's stuffed. I just thought he was doing a very good sit, stay.

31st Jul 2007, 07:05

hildegard says:

Mandy - clicker training madness here;

31st Jul 2007, 16:00

FilbertFox says:

Now Sprocket he aint stuffed, you were right the first time - as always.

Motorhead is very very cute indeed

2nd Aug 2007, 20:21

kel says:

Aw. Do they get to make pasta pictures like humans do at playgroup?

7th Aug 2007, 18:39