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    Default Bit of a Shock

    ..a good one. Father in law must have absorbed some of my talking about nutrition for the pups, we have never talked of it. He rang hubby from town asking were necks or wings better for Jessie and he was getting some supercoat puppy food.

    That is how I learned she was officially to go today.
    Silly, stupid sentimental Di cried over her inside as she bounded around playing fetch with a rawhide bone, tears and laughter then she happily trotted out to the ute with hubby and away they went to the other farm, she has had 2 afternoon visits and loved it, Boris adores her. Penny is penny and just snaps as she hates other females.

    I will see her probably a few times a week and if she frets I bet she will be brought back to do nights in the pen, days over there and getting used to the night crate.

    One down eh? Hopefully River on Saturday.

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    Aww Di, it's going to be wonderful for her, she has TWO homes! How cute that your FIL phoned about getting the right food...hehe

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    I was going to slip her a wing or bone whenever I see her, just like the others get lol.

    The two homes thing worked well for Penny, then Pretty.

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    Jeez Di you aged me 10 years with your title, mouth went dry.

    I was expecting something terrible.

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    Actually, me too
    Thats good Di ya softie you

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    Well done Di and well done to your FIL - yay for everyone and every pup! At least you still get to see her Di!

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    That's such a sweet story! Lucky girl having two homes! I bet she'll be spoiled in both!

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    Not wrong, Angela. She is staying over there, seems very happy, actually, so am I.

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    Fantastic news for pups and yourself Di. Great to see your FIL has taken your information and education and making use of it.

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    Quote Originally Posted by BULLYT View Post
    Fantastic news for pups and yourself Di. Great to see your FIL has taken your information and education and making use of it.
    Seems he has done it by observing how Pretty as well as the pups have turned out and possibly compared it to Shadow's litter 15 years ago, Judy whelped alone in an abandoned ute then she moved them way under the house and they were not seen for weeks, Judy came out for food, Dry.

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