Year of the Dog Day 343

I went for a walk at lunchtime today but unfortunately I didn’t spot any dogs! It’s dark now by the time I leave work so I decided to message my friend Sabrina to see if I could go round to her house and take a picture of her dog, so I popped round this evening. Amber is a really beautiful Labradoodle but she is very nervous of new people so she wasn’t keen on having her picture taken. Fortunately as Sabrina thought it might be difficult to get a picture of Amber she had already enlisted her dad (who happens to be my former maths teacher) to come round with his very handsome Red Setter!

Duke is a very friendly boy, I don’t think he stops smiling! Duke is the first Red Setter that I’ve had on the blog so I was very happy to meet him. Duke is a rescue dog from Irish Setter Rescue; he was 9 months old when he came to live with his humans. Duke has a sensitive stomach which is why they think he ended up in a rescue centre. Duke loves having a fuss and wants to make friends with any human or dog; he’s best friends with Amber! He likes to lean into people for a good stroke; he also thinks he’s smaller than he is and sits on his humans! Duke’s human niece and nephew are very excited that their Uncle Duke is going to be on the blog!

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Handsome Duke!

 

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I’m a lap dog don’t you know!

 

Name: Duke

Breed: Red Setter

Age: 5 years old (human years)

Favourite food: Duke can only eat James Wellbeloved because of his sensitive tummy.

Favourite toy: His bedding! Duke likes to carry it around!

Favourite pastime: Lying down and going to sleep!

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