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Happy Birthday!


This is just a short post to wish our buddy Rupert (Rupie to his friends) a Happy 8th Birthday this week.  He was a rescued puppy when we adopted him nearly 8 years ago so we don’t know the exact date, but it’s some time around about now!

He brings joy to our life with his quirky personality and gives us so much love.  He’s a bit of a clown and has lots of laughs to share. He, along with his housemate April, make our life happy and content.

Here’s a little video of him playing with the birthday balloons!

Just noticed the wine rack in the background is looking a bit empty – must do something about that!


Author: Fabulous Fur Friends

My name is Kylie and I am passionate about animals and their welfare. My husband and I live in Bendigo, Australia and live with our three dogs - Rupie, Billie and Chelsea - all rescue dogs. I enjoy writing and aim to share health and welfare issues and updates as well as some short stories.

5 thoughts on “Happy Birthday!

  1. Happy Birthday Rupert. May whee call you Rupie?! 🙂

    Nibbles, Nutty, Bingo & Buddy

  2. Hi fellas, thanks for the birthday wishes! Of course you can call me Rupie, surely whee are friends by now!! I was sorry to hear of the passing of your Furry Godchildren – may they rest in peace. xx

  3. Wishing you a belated Happy Birthday Rupert, hope you had a fun day. Loved watching you play with the balloon, our little staffy x loves chasing balloons too 🙂

  4. Thanks Sam, he had a fun time with the balloons, I bet your staffy x is fun to watch too – they are such little characters, aren’t they?

  5. Better late than never:
    Birthday cake for dogs

    500 g chicken/ox/lamb liver
    350g cake flour
    25 ml oil
    1 egg
    1 cup of overcooked, liquidized mixed vegetables
    50 ml warm water

    Put all ingredients in blender. Transfer to oven tray. Bake at 180 degrees Centigrade for 45 minutes. Cut while hot. Ice with peanut butter. Should be crisp on the outside and soft on the inside. Do not change quantities of liquid and solids.

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