By the time he had finished his post-adolescent life, Mr McConkie had moved to Adelaide from the Gold Coast, in Australia’s far north.
“It was the best decision I ever made,” he says.
He was the owner of an Adelaide Kennel that employed more than 500 people.
He said he loved his job.
He loved the people who worked there.
“I always had a smile on my face, I loved the dogs, the work, the dogs were a part of my life.”
I could tell by the look of them that they were the ones who cared about their dogs.
“”I had never been in a position where I was actually doing what they did.
“Mr McComkie said that his wife was a keen dog owner, and he loved being around her.
“So I’ve always wanted to be a dog-lover and I’ve been, I’ve really enjoyed it.” “
My wife always said she loved dogs, and I thought that was quite a lot to ask for, I never thought of it as a job, I thought of her as my mum, my sister, my friend, and she would have loved it.”
“So I’ve always wanted to be a dog-lover and I’ve been, I’ve really enjoyed it.”
He said that the first time he saw a puppy was when he had his first.
“The first puppy I saw I could not believe it.
I couldn’t believe that there was a puppy there, that he could have possibly been my own, he was so beautiful, so innocent.”
Mr McGowan says the dog that he has named Little Puppy was a little bit smaller than the original puppy, but he felt that Little Puppie was a more gentle, affectionate puppy.
“He was a bit of a gentle puppy, he loved a lot of different things, he liked to play, he had a really loving and gentle nature, he didn’t want to hurt anybody, and just loved to sit and be with you,” Mr McGowen said.
“And he was one of the best puppies I’ve ever seen.”
“It just made me happy to see him, and it made me feel so proud of him.” “
When they came home, they’d have a big blanket on the floor and they’d play around and I’d see him sit up and be so happy, and then I’d bring him down, and you could see his eyes light up when he was happy.”
“It just made me happy to see him, and it made me feel so proud of him.”
Little Puppies journey to puppy heaven In the early 2000s, Mr McGogan and his wife bought a home in the Adelaide suburb of Glenelg, and Mr McWane soon came on board as the owner.
Mr McKee said Little Puppi’s life story was very similar to Mr McConnell’s, and his own, as the two owners met while working at the same company. “
Because he was the biggest one and the biggest dog that I’ve had in my life, I’m always looking for a bigger dog and he’s always been my favourite, because he just kept on going and he kept on loving it.”
Mr McKee said Little Puppi’s life story was very similar to Mr McConnell’s, and his own, as the two owners met while working at the same company.
“Little Puppies first story was his mum, his dad, his granddad, his uncle, his brother, his father-in-law, his sister, and a little puppy, and when he came home he was just a beautiful puppy, you could just see that, and we just thought he was a lovely little boy,” Mr McKowan said.
Mr McMcConnell was also able to find Little Puppymere’s father, who had lived in Adelaide for many years, when he purchased a house on the outskirts of the city.
“You can tell he’s a big boy and I love him, because we always knew that he had such a big heart, and that’s how I felt,” Mr McMahon said.
He also had a close friend who was a dog trainer, and they had a lot in common.
And it was a big one, about six months old. “
We started working together, and our first puppy was named Little.
“Then Little Puppiy was the second, and Little Puppye came to the rescue.””
And then the third one, and all the rest were little ones.” “
Then Little Puppiy was the second, and Little Puppye came to the rescue.”
And then the third one, and all the rest were little ones.
“Little, Little, and the rest came to Little, little, and there are now over 700 Little Puppim