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Tuesday 4 April 2006 4.36pm
Last evening I had the pleasure to meet Piglet, a rather wonderful cockerspaniel/poodle cross. Piglet played with Louie, Nero, Trilby and Monty and they had FUN. Then of course there is Benjie and Boo-Boo and Bach and Elvis and Jean Harlow and Ruby and Pearl and Rose and Dinky and a growing band of visitors to the Elysian Lawns that are Tanner St park.

This must indeed be the Bermondsey Dog Network.

Tuesday 4 April 2006 4.41pm
Kids in South London end up with similar names. Not just dogs.
Tuesday 4 April 2006 4.43pm
But I can tell the difference, thank heaven.

Tuesday 4 April 2006 10.48pm
You haven't met Libby or Leopold? They're in with the Potters Field crowd. One of the foxes there is a playmate of Leopold (black lab), it's amazing to watch them.
Wednesday 5 April 2006 4.02pm
Niall Connolly wrote:
a rather wonderful cockerspaniel/poodle cross.l

Please post a photo ... I can't imagine what a cocker spaniel/poodle cross looks like AND I read Dr Seuss ...
Wednesday 5 April 2006 4.06pm
Google is your friend.

Warning: Sickeningly cute alert - click here
Wednesday 5 April 2006 5.40pm
Using Siduhe's link, I think that this photo best describes Piglet ../cockapoo.jpg

Have to admit that the cross seems to have huge amounts of energy. Monty retired to a safe distance, Trilby got a bit annoyed and it was left to Nero to fend off the irrepresible Piglet. Something that he only partially managed.

Wednesday 5 April 2006 7.55pm
Niall, how dare you omit to mention Curtis! The senior citizen of SE1!!

Wednesday 5 April 2006 10.36pm

I'm a dog! I shall collect poop forever!

All hail Curtiss - the yoda of SE1.

Thursday 6 April 2006 7.18pm
Curtis, in his wisdom and benevolence, has forgiven the oversight.

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