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    Default Panda, the perfect puppy.

    Hello everyone, I just wanted to show off how good my puppy was.
    She doesn't bark, she doesn't chew, she's mostly house trained, She has decent manners... (she will just stare at you when you have food, she won't try and steal it) She is good with kids, she is good with cats, she is even good with ducks. (i own two muscovy ducks) I just love her so much. I think housetraining her was the best thing i ever did. I should have done that with cleo, even though mum didn't want her as an inside dog because she was to big. Bit i think it would of solved alot of her problems. Such as being obsessed and frustrated with birds, barking all the time, (at birds). I still regrett giving her up. But you never know, one day i might get her back.. who knows.

    But Panda has been an absolute delight to own. She is so beautiful and perfect.. I have fallen so inlove with her i could never part with her now. She is almost ten months old.

    I just wanted to show her off abit there.

    Thank you for reading.
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    That's great to hear, KL! Panda clearly knows when she's onto a good thing.

    Regarding the obsession with birds etc, I don't think keeping Cleo inside would've solved all your problems. She's just a very different type of breed. If I leave the back door open - especially at night, Banjo will stay out for hours chasing and occasionally barking at possums and birds. She enjoys sleeping inside and getting cuddles, but she is never going to be a couch potato just because she can stay inside.

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    Nice to hear that you have such a bond with your pup

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    puppy pics please...

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    True beloz... But it might've helped abit.
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    Oh and Margoo, i already have a thread where i have posted recent pics of panda i will try and find it for you.
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    Quote Originally Posted by margoo View Post
    puppy pics please...
    http://www.dogforum.com.au/my-dog-ph...646-panda.html

    Here you go, let me know if it works!
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    Quote Originally Posted by Kelpielover View Post
    Hello everyone, I just wanted to show off how good my puppy was.
    She doesn't bark, she doesn't chew, she's mostly house trained, She has decent manners... (she will just stare at you when you have food, she won't try and steal it) She is good with kids, she is good with cats, she is even good with ducks. (i own two muscovy ducks) I just love her so much. I think housetraining her was the best thing i ever did. I should have done that with cleo, even though mum didn't want her as an inside dog because she was to big. Bit i think it would of solved alot of her problems. Such as being obsessed and frustrated with birds, barking all the time, (at birds). I still regrett giving her up. But you never know, one day i might get her back.. who knows.

    But Panda has been an absolute delight to own. She is so beautiful and perfect.. I have fallen so inlove with her i could never part with her now. She is almost ten months old.

    I just wanted to show her off abit there.

    Thank you for reading.
    Bloody show off...thanks for rubbing it in.

    Lol....congrats on such a well behaved pooch !! We want more pics or vids !!!


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    Panda sounds like a gem of a pup! Lucky you!!
    My Misha has just hit 16 months and has started pushing the boundaries with me, typical adolescent!!

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    Yes works. Thanks for the link... VERY cute!! And not only cute also... perfect! Have to agree with Sean. Thanks for rubbing it in..

    Quote Originally Posted by Kelpielover View Post
    http://www.dogforum.com.au/my-dog-ph...646-panda.html

    Here you go, let me know if it works!

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