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Old 02-23-2018, 09:23 PM
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I've just had a look in your Dogs album.........they are all gorgeous I'm not surprised you've decided to keep them all. I'm looking forward to being able to see pics of them all as they grow. xx
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Old 02-24-2018, 08:04 PM
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I've had to have a nosey too lol and yep they are all gorgeous and I would have kept them too xxxx
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Old 02-24-2018, 08:29 PM
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I will certainly be posting pics as they grow. They change so much as they come up. Going to try to keep them in coat for the first year at least. I'm actually going so far as to treat all the burrs in the yard so I don't end up with chia pets lol.
Thanks they are really cute, and we love all of them. My 12 year old actually helped open their sacs during whelping as Princess was getting tired and I was working on the Spot to get her breathing. She got stuck on the way out and I had to help pull her. Wide shoulders like her mom I guess. We had six born, but even after working on him for 30 minutes, I couldn't get the little cream male to take a breath. He got stuck first, second one born, and it took awhile pulling to get him out. Moxie came right after, then Spot. Fancy was the first born, no trouble, and Cocoa was fifth, and then Misty last. We were sad about the boy, but grateful for the girls we have. It was the first puppy I've ever lost in birth, but not the first animal. Lost a couple of kittens when I was a kid, so I'm no stranger to things going wrong. Overall though, it was a beautiful experience, but I'm not sure I'll be breeding Princess again, since she really doesn't seem too into her puppies. She did good for the first two weeks but she started to get weird with them after that. This was a very labor intensive litter, but worth every minute.
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Old 02-28-2018, 01:40 PM
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Oh my goodness, how wonderful that you are keeping them all, my idea of heaven. I have an internet friend who did the same with her pekes, she has mum, dad and 6 babies, well they are 10 yr old babies now but its been so good watching them grow over the years. Hope you can sort some pics out xx
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Old 02-28-2018, 07:11 PM
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Just checked out your pics .... gorgeous little munchkins and love their names .... I had to giggle at the one laying across the middle of the food tray lol ............ wow, you've kept them all lol ..... bless you x

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