Jammy Toast Dogs #6

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Today I am going to continue with our series of posts telling you all about the doggies we have had the fortune to have known over the years. We really love German Shepherds, or Alsatians, here at Jammy Toast – mostly because they are so loving and intelligent. They make great guard dogs but are also friendly towards the rest of their pack – human, bear or otherwise. The first German Shepherd we ever had was a character by the name of Max. Just like his owner, Max was a little special and had a few social problems. These problems usually manifested themselves in his desire to kill anyone he met.

Rudolph Is A Liar

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Jammy Toast is in black and white with some red touches along the way. As many of you will be aware, this is because traditionally Renault Bears could only see in black and white but because our bears eat so much jammy toast their sight has developed so they can also detect the colour red. Now scientists from Exeter University have concluded that reindeers are also colour-blind and are unable to see red, orange or green. This puts to shame Rudolph the Red-Nosed Reindeer’s claims that he was bullied by other reindeer for having a red, shiny nose. There are other lies that the scientists have also uncovered…

Jammy Toast Dogs #5

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Today I am going to continue with our series of posts telling you all about the doggies we have had the fortune to have known over the years. We really love German Shepherds, or Alsatians, here at Jammy Toast – mostly because they are so loving and intelligent. They make great guard dogs but are also friendly towards the rest of their pack – human, bear or otherwise. The first German Shepherd we ever had was a character by the name of Max. Just like his owner, Max was a little special and had a few social problems. These problems usually manifested themselves in his desire to kill anyone he met.

Dalby Forest Shut Out

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Visitors to a North Yorkshire beauty spot couldn’t understand the length of the queue to get in. During the summer months, visitors to the North York Moors National Park might expect the car park to be busy but at this time of the year you would expect to be able to drive straight in, without delay. However, on this particular day, visitors to the eight thousand acres of woodland had to wait. All because of a resting rodent who had decided to take up home on the circuit board of the car park vehicle entry barrier.

Jammy Toast Dogs #4

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Today I am going to continue with our series of posts telling you all about the doggies we have had the fortune to have known over the years. We really love German Shepherds, or Alsatians, here at Jammy Toast – mostly because they are so loving and intelligent. They make great guard dogs but are also friendly towards the rest of their pack – human, bear or otherwise. The first German Shepherd we ever had was a character by the name of Max. Just like his owner, Max was a little special and had a few social problems. These problems usually manifested themselves in his desire to kill anyone he met.

Jammy Toast Dogs #3

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Today I am going to continue with my series of posts to tell you all about the doggies we have had the fortune to have known over the years. We really love German Shepherds, or Alsatians, here at Jammy Toast – mostly because they are so loving and intelligent. They make great guard dogs but are also friendly towards the rest of their pack – human, bear or otherwise. The first German Shepherd we ever had was a character by the name of Max. Just like his owner, Max was a little special and had a few social problems. These problems usually manifested themselves in his desire to kill anyone he met.

Hattie The Fatty Loved Her Burgers

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Hattie knew she had a problem with her weight, if she was going to do something about it then she knew she was going to have to give up her diet of hamburgers and chips. Rescued from her former owner by the RSPCA, Hattie made headlines around the world after she was taken in by Gables Farm Dogs and Cats Home in Plymouth, Devon, earlier this year. The plump pooch weighed almost 40kg when she was rescued. However, the hefty hound has now slimmed to 23kg.

Gladstone Is Safe

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Those of you who may follow him on Twitter or if you had noticed Larry’s emotional pleas for his missing friend will be relieved to hear that Gladstone the Treasury cat is alive, well and was back at work this morning. Treasury officials spent the weekend desperately searching for the department’s official cat after he went missing over the weekend. Three-year-old Gladstone was believed to be on the loose around Westminster and officials put out an alert to all staff in a bid to track him down. If Gladstone hadn’t been found it would have proven a huge blow to staff and ministers because he’s rapidly become a favourite – not just with staff – but with voters on social media.

Jammy Toast Dogs #2

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Last month, I started a new series of posts to tell you all about the doggies we have had the fortune to know over the years. So today, I thought I would continue with the doggie stories and continue to tell you about some of the characters we have known over the years. We really love German Shepherds, or Alsatians, here at Jammy Toast – mostly because they are so loving and intelligent. They make great guard dogs but are also friendly towards the rest of their pack – human, bear or otherwise. The first German Shepherd we ever had was a character by the name of Max.

Chunkie Finds A Home

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Ever since we adopted Rico from the brilliant people at the Dogs Trust we keep an eye on them through Twitter and their website to see how they are getting on. One story this week really struck home with us because we have a bit of a soft spot for big dogs. The Dogs Trust West London centre have just rehomed their biggest dog for some time. Six-year-old Chunkie weighs 60kg – that’s more than Chimpton – and is also the first ever Boerboel (or South African Mastiff) that has ever come through the rehoming centre’s doors since it opened 12 years ago. Incredibly, records also show that Dogs Trust has only ever had two other Boerboels previously come in to the charity, at Kenilworth rehoming centre in 2013 and Loughborough rehoming centre in 2017 – making Chunkie something of a rarity.