9 supply are you aloud dogs in your rooms ????

#2
Some of the lads here have had some right dogs in their rooms so I can't see why not at that place.
 
#3
Best to ask your chain of command. I know what I would say to that question.
 
#5
I would say no. Most of my lot struggle to look after a bottle of milk, let alone a dog. You have to think of sanitation, noise, exercise, day-care, damage to furniture & fittings, food storage, general hygiene, fleas, worms etc. What about the others living in the block? I wouldnt want a dog jumping on my leg everytime I went to get a shower. If the unit is like any other I've served in, the simglies* probably use the grass area outside the block to do their warm-downs and stretches after exercise; I wouldnt want to do that against a wall or on the grass where a dog had relieved itself.

*'Simglie': generic single soldier.
 
#6
1. its trained etc... 2 he doesnt bark 3 he wouldnt damage funiture 4 he wouldnt jump up etc... he wouldnt cause as much trouble as some of the mugs in the army lol
 
#7
Yeah. I'd still say no. But that's just me and you'll be glad to know that I do not serve in 9 Sup Regt (nor would I want to).
 
#8
humbledumble said:
1. its trained etc... 2 he doesnt bark 3 he wouldnt damage funiture 4 he wouldnt jump up etc... he wouldnt cause as much trouble as some of the mugs in the army lol
Did you really laugh out loud? I feel I must question firstly your unnerving trait of laughing at your own jokes, and secondly your sense of humour, or lack thereof.


PMSL you owe me a new keyboard etc LOL :roll:

edited to add; Did you join ARRSE just to ask that question?
 

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#9
Ring 9 Sup Regt and ask the friggin question.
 
#15
humbledumble said:
1. its trained etc... 2 he doesnt bark 3 he wouldnt damage funiture 4 he wouldnt jump up etc... he wouldnt cause as much trouble as some of the mugs in the army lol
my bold, is that what you really think of squaddies?
 

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