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Rachel and Daddy with puppies!


Rachel and Daddy with puppies!



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Oh Karen they're gorgeous I want one!!! don't know how you'll pick I'd want them all lol, go in a big coat then you could sneak two.
Always remember when we picked Fudge he sat there like butter wouldn't melt, couple of weeks later when we picked him up the breeders cat had got in the run and he was chasing it round and round little terror,he terrorised the kids used to herd them lol till he learnt who was boss then you couldn't wish for a gentler dog :-)

22 Mar, 2014

 

Kathy....we want them all! lol...but not really. I think one will be plenty, especially with Molly growling and snarling at it!

22 Mar, 2014

 

Soooooo sweet, and soooo cuddly.

22 Mar, 2014

 

Molly couldn't stop sniffing us when we came home! She must be getting suspicious! ;)

22 Mar, 2014

 

Karen they are absolutely gorgeous. How on earth will you choose just one.

Lol if the new pup is anything like my aunts newest pup, the pup will terrorize Molly. At least with my aunts two Max (the pup) couldn't get on the sofa's so at least Poppy (her older dog) could escape him lol - they are best of friends now though.

22 Mar, 2014

 

Oh Sam, I do hope Molly will eventually make friends, but I fear it will take a while as she has had far too much attention, and she is so strong willed. It takes all my energy to get her to do my bidding some days, but I never give in to her....my will is just a tiny bit stronger!! :)) thank you!

22 Mar, 2014

 

Poppy sounds a bit like Molly then. Tell Poppy to sit and she just looks at you. When she does eventually sit she has to have the last word lol.

When my aunt first had Max, she brought a baby gate for the kitchen entry (no door), so whenever she went out Max was shut in the kitchen and Poppy had the rest of the house. The two dogs could still see and smell one another but were separated - it gave Poppy a break from Max (little sod spent most of his time chasing her round) and meant my aunt didn't have to worry about them doing damage to one another. I'd say take it a day at a time, a step at a time. I'm sure they will be fine together.

22 Mar, 2014

 

Thanks Sam, no worries there, as we have always crated Molly when we go out, and will do that for both dogs, so we won't have to worry in that way. Nowadays Molly sleeps in an open crate, but she will be just as happy with the door closed again. Crates are a marvellous help with dogs...it's like giving them their own private room, and they can still move around as they need to, and feel perfectly safe. Molly has never complained about it....except when we moved here. In our old house she slept in her crate in the garage, which was integral to the house. The garage here is separate from the house, so we thought it would be better to put the crate under the stairs in the open space there. Well, she never shut up. She just hated going to bed and she whined and carried on all night, so eventually she went back in the garage. She's much happier in there. I think it was because she knew we were close when she was under the stairs, so she just 'had' to try to get in you our bedrooms as hard as she could! Little madam! Lol!

22 Mar, 2014

 

Don't they look such trusting little things? The puppies that is .......

23 Mar, 2014

 

They really are, they just seem to love people...naturally! But the breeder is a really lovely man, and very gentle. :)

23 Mar, 2014

 

How on earth are you going to choose Karen! Just gorgeous !

23 Mar, 2014

 

Ahh crates will Definately make your life easier. Max was crated overnight, but he had free run of the kitchen during the day.

Poppy has never been crated but in their first 2 houses she was shut in the utility overnight and when they went out. She was fine in the first house, but used to bark for hours when she was shut in there in the second house. Eventually my aunty caved and let her sleep in her bedroom. I think she has both dogs in the room with her now.

Strange how dogs react to different places.

25 Mar, 2014

 

I can't imagine having a dog on my bed. They smell!

25 Mar, 2014

 

I don't let the dogs up on the bed, but my aunt does. Keeping poppy off the bed now proves tricky when I'm dog sitting. Hate to think what Max will be like, he's a little sod lol. In to absolutely everything. Wasn't a issue last time I looked after them as Max was crated overnight, but I think she's stopped doing that.

26 Mar, 2014



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