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Don't you just love white fluffy pups in the wet weather?
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Nice to see that I'm not the only softie here Brian.

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Hi Brian, the puppies brown eyes stand out, but wet or not a nice looking pup.

I think you are lucky it was not a mud puddle.

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Nice to see that I'm not the only softie here Brian.
Yeah Harry, I'm a big sook. Kids and animals will always win with me.

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Hi Brian, the puppies brown eyes stand out, but wet or not a nice looking pup.

I think you are lucky it was not a mud puddle.
The mud came later. Little buggar. We have a boxer as well and she swims in his water bowl then rolls in the mud around it.

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