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    Morning Everyone
    iI cant wait for tonight, we are going to choose which puppy we want out of 5 of them. we lost our springer Spaniel
    in june after having him 15 years is has been awful without him. I did say i would'nt have another dog, but i hate the house without a dog. This time we are getting a Tibetan Terrrier. Has anyone on here had one of these dogs? xxx

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    i know they are only 2 weeks old xxx

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    Oooh how exciting! Hope you choose a well behaved one!
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    oh wow!

    everyone i know is currently getting puppies!

    I WANT ONE! ( actually, i'm going to be too busy in the new year to deal with a puppy as well as mindees & family! LOL ! but i still want one! )

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    How are you going to choose - I would want all 5! Enjoy your evening and let us know what you choose and we can help you name it. I met a gorgeous miniature schnauzer up the fields this afternoon, it was just 11 weeks old - I have come home and put one on my Xmas list pleeeeeeeeeeeeeeese!

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    PICTURE, PICTURE, PICTURE!

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    HOW DO I ADD A PHOTO?

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    Hi, go to reply to thread, click on attachments(paperclip icon) add files, select folder, then browse your folders on your computer, insert. Hth xx
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    Ahhh! Puppies are the best, we have two cocker spaniels who are 2 and 3 and when we look back at pics of them as puppies we turn to mush!! They are still gorgeous but nothing beats the cuteness of puppies .

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    Quote Originally Posted by Ambersmum View Post
    Ahhh! Puppies are the best, we have two cocker spaniels who are 2 and 3 and when we look back at pics of them as puppies we turn to mush!! They are still gorgeous but nothing beats the cuteness of puppies .
    Little Alfie 1 day old

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    This is what Alfie will took like when older

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    OOOOOOOOOHHHHHH how exciting. What a lovely looking breed. We had our first family dog last year and next week he has been with us a year. Cant believe how quick its gone. Love him so much

    Enjoy x

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    I'm going to be the grinch here.

    But you will not be getting these puppies from a responsible breeder if you are allowed to view them when they are 2 weeks old. I find that absolutely shocking!

    Which then in turn means you are helping these back yard breeders by purchasing said puppy when it's been probably bred irresponsibly (from either un pedigree parents whom have not been health tested and no, that does not mean a vet check, or pedigree dogs which again have not been health tested, eyes and hips and some others may be needed), which then means 5 more (number of puppies) dogs will not get a loving home and be stuck in kennels. I am not saying you should get a rescue dog, but you should at least get a puppy from a reputable breeder who breeds for health and temperament not for money, they are always jabbed, sometimes microchipped and you get free 4 week insurance plus lifetime support from the breeder.

    Sorry rant over.


    Good luck though they are lovely dogs, not good with small furries but very loving and fantastic with kids

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    We did not go in the room that they was in with their mother we just looked though the window
















    But you will not be getting these puppies from a responsible breeder if you are allowed to view them when they are 2 weeks old. I find that absolutely shocking!

    Which then in turn means you are helping these back yard breeders by purchasing said puppy when it's been probably bred irresponsibly (from either un pedigree parents whom have not been health tested and no, that does not mean a vet check, or pedigree dogs which again have not been health tested, eyes and hips and some others may be needed), which then means 5 more (number of puppies) dogs will not get a loving home and be stuck in kennels. I am not saying you should get a rescue dog, but you should at least get a puppy from a reputable breeder who breeds for health and temperament not for money, they are always jabbed, sometimes microchipped and you get free 4 week insurance plus lifetime support from the breeder.

    Sorry rant over.


    Good luck though they are lovely dogs, not good with small furries but very loving and fantastic with kids [/QUOTE]

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    They also would have had all their jab, health checks and miro chip
    when they leave their mum xxxxx













    Quote Originally Posted by saintsue View Post
    We did not go in the room that they was in with their mother we just looked though the window
















    But you will not be getting these puppies from a responsible breeder if you are allowed to view them when they are 2 weeks old. I find that absolutely shocking!

    Which then in turn means you are helping these back yard breeders by purchasing said puppy when it's been probably bred irresponsibly (from either un pedigree parents whom have not been health tested and no, that does not mean a vet check, or pedigree dogs which again have not been health tested, eyes and hips and some others may be needed), which then means 5 more (number of puppies) dogs will not get a loving home and be stuck in kennels. I am not saying you should get a rescue dog, but you should at least get a puppy from a reputable breeder who breeds for health and temperament not for money, they are always jabbed, sometimes microchipped and you get free 4 week insurance plus lifetime support from the breeder.

    Sorry rant over.


    Good luck though they are lovely dogs, not good with small furries but very loving and fantastic with kids
    [/QUOTE]

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    Apologies for judging without knowing the whole story


    Did you pick one?

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    Quote Originally Posted by NicoleW View Post
    Apologies for judging without knowing the whole story


    Did you pick one?


    Its ok dont worry about it.

    Yeh we did pick one, we wanted a boy and they was only 2 so it was easy really. just cant wait to get him now xxxxx

 

 

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