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Sunday 11 February, 2007
by Dan at 3:35pm in Pigs 4 comments Add your own
A video of Tess having fun with the pigs back in 2003 which I came across yesterday while going through old photos. Apologies for the poor quality, I'll try to improve it.
Thursday 15 February, 2007 at 7:43pm
great games were played by all!
and thank you to Dan for proving I am not the only one who chats while recording!!
Friday 16 February, 2007 at 2:35am
This is so neat and I so enjoyed it. It is nice to hear a voice,also. Thank you Dan, for the great little movie. MORE PLEASE(that is when you have time)
Thursday 22 February, 2007 at 2:21pm
so who was winning? Tess or the pig? Or Dan? the pig was wagging his tail too. Made me giggle.
Saturday 24 February, 2007 at 2:02pm
Wonderful! We have a Border Collie, called Moss, who reacts just like that when confronted with something new! Your video made us all laugh! Border Collies are the best!
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