My 4 legged Z4M mascot

Althulas

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Milton, Banbury
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M Roadster
How many scoobie snacks did it take to keep him still =))looks a handsome fella
 

Shelly

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British Zeds
East Anglian Crew
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Norfolk
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Z4 2.0 20i M Sport sDrive
:scorecard: He’s so sweet , :scorecard:
 

Felix79

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British Zeds
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Nov 30, 2018
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202
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Hereford
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Z4MR
Beautiful pup, is it a choccy lab
He's actually a black lab, but with the light parts of him look lighter. He's a b***** to see if I let him out for a potty break at night lol!
 
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DelGue

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My best little buddy, Sam the Wonder Pooch, who passed away in October at 15 yrs old. Miss the little guy, loved the Z3 with top down. He refused to look into the camera whenever we took a pic of him
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Silver Baz

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Dec 30, 2019
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Wirral
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Z3 2.0L Roadster
I'd love to get Dex into the Z but it ain't going to happen .
 

Silver Baz

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Wirral
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Z3 2.0L Roadster
He's utterly stunning. Is he a Native American dog? In a book series I enjoy, the heroine has a Native American dog called Loki. I understand it is a very rare breed in the US, let alone on this side of the UK?
Czech Wolf Dog @Silver Baz ? He's a stunner, absolutely gorgeous
Have you seen Game of thrones ? He's a Dire Wolf (Northern Inuit) they superimposed them in the series to make them look bigger .

Here his is with his big brother who 10 months later became his little brother :D

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Jack Ratt

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British Zeds
The West Country
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TRURO, CORNWALL
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2.8i AUTO and 2.8i MANUAL
My brother looked into getting a Czech Wolf Dog but they are quite expensive and hard to find in the UK. I remember doing a bit of research with him at the time and seem to recall a snippet from the Dangerous Dogs Act in this country that Wolf Dogs have to be at least 7th to 9th generation crosses before they could be sold legally. Apparently you can't fully trust a wild wolf or a first or early generation cross. I could be totally wrong now as rules and laws change all the time.

They are stunning looking animals though, that's for sure.
 
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