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Puppies / Re: Mad moments!!
« Last post by JeffD on Yesterday at 08:56:41 PM »
Teal 5 years old and we still get zoomies once or twice a week must admit we don't get the wall off death like we did for the first couple of years
Thanks for all your responses, things seem to have improved slightly. Weíve been doing lots of on lead training, walking passed dogs with no issues. Iím still apprehensive about letting him off the lead though. Will keep on with the training and build up both our confidence!
Computer Help / Re: Apple customer service
« Last post by Londongirl on Yesterday at 08:16:04 PM »
I have to agree, their customer service is amazing. On the very rare occassions Iíve had a problem with one of our Macs, it has either been sorted out on the phone immediately or very swiftly at the Apple store. I reckon itís because their computers are so good and go wrong so rarely, their customer support team have plenty of time on their hands!

And while they are expensive, they last so much longer Iím sure I break even. My MacBook laptop is eight years old and still works as if it were new. I reckon I would have had at least two PC laptops in the same period and a lot more grey hair.

They also hold their value - I just sold our five year-old iMac desktop computer and it had retained half its value. Try selling a five year-old PC and getting half your money back!
Computer Help / Apple customer service
« Last post by Finvarra on Yesterday at 07:38:53 PM »
When our windows desktop died four years ago,we went over to Apple, and have a desktop iMac, and I had an iPad Air. They have worked beautifully and made computing mostly a pleasure, no spending hours on helplines with McAfee or norton, free updates etc., and an empty swear box  :005:.

Anyway, last week I inadvertently activated iCloud Drive which uploaded all my docs into the cloud storage and then told me it was full and wouldn't save anything. 5 Gg is free, after that you have to pay. I managed to find out how to download them back and delete the drive, but it still told me it was full. Tried every which way to make it work, but realised I needed the helpline. Took me days to psych up for it, thinking it would cost an arm and a leg at premium rate. went online to ask for chat, and Had barely finished filling in the request when Apple rang me to sort it out. The first guy couldn't do it so passed me to an expert, it took nearly an hour, it turned out it was partly my fault and partly a glitch, but we got through it and fixed the fault on both Mac and ipad. Disabled the iCloud Drive on both, and everything hunky dory.

So impressed with the service, I know Apple stuff is expensive but it is so worth it, especially if you've spent hours on other helplines waiting for an answer. Happy bunny 😍🐰

Puppies / Re: Mad moments!!
« Last post by ejp on Yesterday at 07:36:42 PM »
Stay out of the way of the rocket dog and enjoy the show!  :005:
General Cocker Spaniel Discussion / Re: Scariest moment ever
« Last post by ejp on Yesterday at 07:35:04 PM »
That is one gutsy/crazy spaniel! So glad it all turned out ok.
General Cocker Spaniel Discussion / Re: Where's their softspot?
« Last post by Archie bean on Yesterday at 06:59:33 PM »
Absolutely everywhere. Archie is a cuddle on legs, one big (I.e. fat  :shades:) walking blancmange of a soft spot. Tickle him anywhere..... preferably all the time.....and heís happy.  :luv:
General Cocker Spaniel Discussion / Re: Scariest moment ever
« Last post by PennyB on Yesterday at 06:36:09 PM »
OMG - how terrifying.  Even at her age, she obviously likes to keep everyone on their toes!  Bless her heart.  So pleased she is ok and hope you have now both recovered from your ordeal!!

She's a little madam when she wants to be plus she still keeps up with the others even if its following behind but not too far - she has really bad hips as well yet she throws herself off a 6ft rock wall to get to the river
General Cocker Spaniel Discussion / Re: Scariest moment ever
« Last post by PennyB on Yesterday at 06:34:06 PM »
How utterly terrifying, you must have been distraught  :fear2:  God bless,the woman who found her.

Lesley and Dylan

and there was a bloke who was there when it happened (with his spaniel) and he immediately dropped everything, including his smartphone, watch, backpack and jumper and ran off down the river to see if he could see her.
General Cocker Spaniel Discussion / Re: Scariest moment ever
« Last post by revis on Yesterday at 06:27:30 PM »
How awful for Lady and you . So good that it was a happy outcome.
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