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on 09 15th, 2011 | Comments Off
Sherlock, a rather distinguished-looking Irish Setter, and his companion, Watson, a squat but scrappy English Bulldog have been quite an inseparable pair, ever since they were puppies together. They don’t seem to notice the differences between them – breed, size, face shape, and all that. In fact, the two behave somewhat like littermates, playing together and sharing food, beds, and toys quite freely. Sherlock, of course, is in charge, which Watson seems to be fine with.
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