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  1. #11
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    No plans. There were to be no more doge either after Shadow's death as kids are grown and gone etc.

    Famous last words.
    Saw that Pretty was pregnant when she was visiting here.
    Dog napped her, fed her properly, reared 4 pups, kept two....You can never say never lol.

    Any posts made under the name of Di_dee1 one can be used by anyone as I do not give a rats.

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    Britt!!! You left out competing in dog sports!!!

    Agility and obedience for me. Although I have FAR more fun with agility!

    I want to try tracking one day but I'll have to be patient with that one!

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    Well, me- I'm planning on purchasing a show dog in the future, doing agilityand maybe a bit of obedience with lacey and then after I've been in the showing game for a while I'll become a breeder.

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    aCTUALLY someones post made me think...

    I would like to have a boarding kennel. I dont know why but it really appeals to me. Able to spend time with lots of different breeds and provide a home away from home, yet give them back LOL.

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    Well my plans have CHANGED in the last couple of hours. Sasha is no longer just a pet, well she is our baby but breeder has decided to provide main register and I am going up in three weeks to stay at her kennel for a week and a bit so she can train her up for a show next month!!!!!!!

    WOW SO VERY EXCITED I CANT STOP RESEARCHING EVERYTHING!!

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    Wow, how awesome! So excited for you!

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    I'm not interested in showing or breeding, and unfortunately since I'm allergic to dogs, I won't ever be involved in anything other than poodles or poodle crosses. My plans for the near future (starting on Sunday) are to start Maggie at obedience school, but that's as far as I think we'll go. I'd be interested in exploring agility but I don't think she's "outgoing" enough to really enjoy it. If we could set it all up and do it at home, she'd kick arse. But with lots of people and dogs around.. not so much

    In the medium term, I would like to get back into fostering, and also adopt a rescue poodle/cross. I'm not sure when, but it may happen as soon as the end of this year. Or if I keep trawling rescue sites at the current rate, I'll be lucky to last the month without adding a new pooch to my pad

  8. #18
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    Dog sports.

    Or just general trick training.

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    Showing for now, eventually breeding.

    In the future would love to start a breed rescue, not much need for one down here but on the off chance a baldy needs a home would like them to be able to come here.

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    I will possibly not get anymore dogs once my guys have gone to the bridge. My husband and I like to travel and we plan to increase the amount we travel in the future. If I do decide to get another, it will be purely for companionship purposes only.

    As it is, my guys are now 7, 8 and 9 years of age. My moggy is going into her 15th year and the cockatiels are approx 11 and 15 years respectively. I figure that within 7 years I will not have any of them still with me. In 7 years, my husband will be very close to retirement (within a year or 2) and I will not be too far off it either, although a few more years for me yet. It may not be the ideal time to get any more pets.
    A pessimist sees the glass as half empty;
    An optimist sees the glass as half full;
    A realist just finishes the damn thing and refills it.

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