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LIANGWAN Elevated Dog Beds Bouncer Outdoor, Raised Dog Bed Structure Detachable Excellent Breathability Folding Pet Resting Bed Portable Medium ​Small Puppy Dog Cat Rocker Bed,Grey

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Thirteen and a half weeks after finishing his final scenes on Neighbours in 1992, Bouncer died of cancer aged seven In 2015, Naomi Canning ( Morgana O'Reilly) finds a labrador and Chris Pappas ( James Mason) learns that the dog's owner has recently died. Lucy (now Melissa Bell) soon discovers that the dog is Bouncer's direct descendant, so gives the dog to Paul Robinson ( Stefan Dennis) and names her Bouncer 2. We understand that in warmer months your dog may shed some fur to stay cool, however with a grain free diet their fur will be in such good condition you should notice less shedding as they will only shed hairs that are old.

Can dogs dream? Experts agree they can, and do. What do they dream about? Nobody knows for sure, but it’s suspected they usually dream about the same things they enjoy doing in real life. Could a dog really dream about getting married? It’s unlikely they understand or agree with the concept of marriage, but it also doesn’t seem entirely out of the question. a b c Monroe, Josephine (1996). Neighbours: the first 10 years. Michael Joseph LTD. (Penguin Group). p. 125. ISBN 0-7181-4212-8 . Retrieved 30 May 2010. In 1989, actor Guy Pearce, who played Mike Young, asked producers not to put him in scenes with Bouncer, as he did not like dogs. [2] He said Bouncer was a "great dog", but he could not go on working closely with him, adding "I had to tell them to take him away from me. You won't see Mike patting Bouncer again." [2] On-screen, Bouncer ends up in the care of Mrs Mangel ( Vivean Gray). [2] It’s a video of their wedding ceremony. “Hey, it’s our wedding!” Joe cries. “Nah, gotta hang onto thaaat!”Bouncer is a Labrador Retriever featured on the Australian soap opera Neighbours. He made his first screen appearance during the episode broadcast on 4 February 1987 and he exited the series on 12 February 1993 after six years. He was played by Bouncer throughout his duration on the show and he was trained by Luke Hura. In its 36-year history, Neighbours has had plenty of memorable moments: a plane crash, a tornado, a guest appearance from Shane Warne. There have even been other dream sequences. But none of these moments have ever come close to the cultural impact of Bouncer’s dream.

Looks like you and I are the only romantics in this household,” Kerry says to the dog. “Bet you wish it was you and Rosie getting married,” Toby adds. Kerry turns to her stepson and, as if romantic love between two dogs is the most normal thing in the world, asks him: “do you really think things are that serious between them?” MSN TV editor Lorna Cooper also commented on Bouncer and his dream stating: " Neighbours featured some bizarre dream sequences: there was the Christmas edition with Mike Young and Shane Ramsay as Tweedle Dum and Tweedle Dee and the episode in which Harold Bishop fantasised about being a Scottish laird. But nothing has topped Bouncer the Labrador's dream that he was marrying Clarrie McLachlan's dog, Rosie. What were the writers thinking?" [5] Bouncer's dream was later named the second "weirdest" storyline in the show's history. [13]Of course, your dog’s skin directly affects your dog’s coat. With an improved diet, your dog’s coat can improve in texture and shine. Josephine Monroe commented positively of Bouncer in her book Neighbours: The first 10 years, stating: "Bouncer was a hero - he even answered the phone and barked to Joe when baby Sky was in trouble - and often had major storylines of his own like the time he was run over and nearly died. But most importantly, he was a loyal and loved friend." [6] She also branded him as one of the most loved characters in the serial's history. [6] Celebrating the serial's twenty-fifth anniversary, British magazine NOW profiled their favourite characters, Bouncer was included and they branded his dream sequence as one of the serial's most memorable moments and citing his on-screen death as the main plotline for the year. [14] a b "TV's Neighbours: where are they now? - Bouncer". MSN TV. Microsoft. Archived from the original on 22 March 2010 . Retrieved 4 March 2010. Many high-grain foods can cause skin problems in your dog so it’s always best to go grain free where you can.

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