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Thread: GSP PUPPIES READY for NEW FAMILIES

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    gsp???<<< sorry im blonde!

    They are beautiful! and what a proud mumma

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    German shorthaired Pointer.

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    I guess the contracts were a no?
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    What contracts Myf?

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    She said she was gonna make some puppy contracts like giving the dogs back if they can't keep them any more. That sort of thing.
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    what gorgeous looking puppies! i grew up with 2 german shorthaired pointers. Sadly one has passed on and the other is not doing too well at the moment but they really are the most amazing family dogs. So gentle, kind and a heart of gold. naww makes me miss them!

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    I never said I was making "contracts" Myf... I said I was going to look into the desexing bond and think about doing that... and I made puppy packs.
    I never said anything about taking puppies back and stuff....


    Aww Tiff, sorry to hear about your GSP's I hope the one you still have will be okay... is he/she just getting on for age???

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    I must be thinking of someone else, sorry.
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    Our first girl tore her Cruciate ligament at about 8 years of age. She had the very expensive surgery to repair it and about 5 months later re-tore it again. By that stage she had quite bad arthritis and started putting on a lot of weight from refusal to exercise. We had to let her go at 11 years of age..her liver and kidneys shut down and she was in a lot of pain.

    our boy kody is 11 years at the moment. He's in much better health than our girl was at that age but he's started having problems with his bowel, the poor thing. hoping he still has a bit of life in him still

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    now why would i do a silly thing like this and look in here lol........

    sorry,still one fingered typing at the minute.
    but erm.....is that cheeky looking all liver bugga still looking for a home?
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