Breed: Irish Setter
Age: A lady never gives her age
Chief Occupation: Family Entertainer and “Bestest Friend” to the human family granddaughter aged 2 ½
Breed: Saluki/Greyhound cross
Chief Occupation: Looking for food
Specialist Subject: Detecting and consuming food
Name – Puddin
Breed – Bullmastiff
Age – 3
Occupation – Chief bed and sofa tester
Name: Reg (after my male human’s Granddad – well I was already given this name by the person that bred me, it was fate you see)
Age: 18 months
Breed: Jack Russell Terrier/Human
Occupation: Walking the Chiltern Way
Name: Boyce VI
Breed: Flatcoated retriever (or distributor, as my father says)
Occupation: King of Rolvenden
Age: Nine-and-a-half months (definitely not old enough to known better)
Breed: Jack Russell Terrierist
Specialist subjects: Chewing, shredding, general unruliness
Name: Severus & Lily
Breed: Brown & black working cocker spaniels
Age: 3 years old & 1 year old
Chief Occupation: Sev prefers humans to dogs and loves to swim & to Lily her ball is her life and she loves snuggles.
Name – Plum Pudding
Age – 8 months
Occupation – Rescue dog ambassador, chief mischief maker, flower pot attendant, taste tester.
Name: “Beebee Mackaness, among others”
Breed: “Cavalier King Charles Spaniel”
Chief Occupation: “Working lapdog and human trainer”
I am Beebee and I rule my house with a fluff-covered paw of iron. Need a masterclass in how to manipulate humans while making them believe they call the shots?
Name: ‘Wellington Watkins’
Breed: “Basset hound about town”
Chief Occupation: “Fox Patrol Colonel-in-Chief, Keenest Nose in London, Bass(et) Baritone”
You know, it’s a bit of luck that I was able to put paw to paper, as it were, today. My mistress keeps warning me that I’m in danger of having my collar felt — for chasing squirrels.
Name: “Pepper Warnes”
Yes, but what kind of dog are you? “What’s a dog?”
Chief Occupation: “Greeter in chief; pre-washer of dishes”
First, introductions. My name is Pepper, and I am an Etonian.
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