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    Default Hi :)...:)

    Hello,
    Newbie here, I am getting a Male Papillion in a few weeks see profile pic.
    Breeder hasn't decided which out of the two she is going to keep hence the reason I have the two of them in pic.
    I was surfing the net for an Australian Papillion Forum site but couldn't find one, that's how I found this site.
    Was wanting to talk to other people that had Papillion's also.
    One question that I can think of ATM that I would like to ask is when we get him and hubby and I get quiet time of a night and the kids are in bed
    is it alright to have puppy with me for cuddles while relaxing on the lounge watching TV or should I put him to bed also.
    When he is put to bed should it be done at the same time each night???
    Thanks

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    Puppies and cuddles are always OK. That would be a prefect time to have down time with your new friend, and they need it just like you.This is your pup and you make the rules. There is nothing wrong with the pup going to bed when you do. It will sleep on you when it is sleepy anyway...lol
    Have a great time, congratulations.

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    Welcome to the forum. If you want puppy up for cuddles then that's fine! Puppy will probably sleep most of the time anyway!

    There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.

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    Gday....welcome to the forum

    Good luck with the new pup.


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    Have fun with you puppy and welcome to the forum
    “All his life he tried to be a good person. Many times, however, he failed. For after all, he was only human. He wasn't a dog.”
    ― Charles M. Schulz

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