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After many years in the Royal Air Force and a posting to RAF Coltishall Wally also created the Solarscope mobile disco's with gigs as far as Manchester. He was resident DJ at Scamps Nightclub in Norwich during the 70's and had a show on Hospital Radio Norwich.
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Sunday, April 4, 2010

The Fragrant Dog


Following a number of requests, here's the story of the dog that doesn't smell any more! More than usual that is!!! Our grand-daughter Grace stayed with us a few days last week because she had an upset tummy. In true one-year-old fashion, whilst being held in Sheri's arms in the kitchen, Grace decided to chuck up her breakfast. As she leant over Sheri's arm, the projectile vomit scored a direct hit on Fudge who just happened to be standing within range. I'm told the dog was rooted to the spot not knowing what had happened whilst Grace decided that there was more breakfast to expel. The second wave hit the dog again who by now was dripping but not able to reach her own back with her snout to lick at the offending goo! So, to come to the point, the dog obviously needed a hose down but the good Mrs. Webb decided that it would be easier to deal with when dry. This was the easiest way to deal with the issue as she still had Grace to take care of. After I revealed that the freshly laundered dog now smelt really sweet (and the perfume lasts to this day a week on) here is the answer to your question. It's called Johnsons Conditioning Shampoo. The bottle is enough for four washes and Sheri would rather buy a bigger bottle just in case. Anyway, the dog really does smell sweet after a week so if you've got an issue with the smell of your dog, we would say that this might do the trick for you.

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