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    Default Hi! Newbie here

    Hi all first time on a doggy forum
    I have a 4 year old Border Collie named Suzie who is due to burst literally any day! we haven't had an xray yet but ultrasound showed definite 4 and who knows how many more, her sister had 10, eeek! (please pray we dont have that many im thinking that 4 is a good number) looking forward to chatting and learning and sharing in your doggie joy

    (before anyone starts jumping on me, i know, im not a backyard breeder (well technically yes, shes in my backyard right now lol) or out to make money im not here to discuss breeding, just for community and general love of dogs)

    Please excuse her picture, she thinks that if the camera is out she needs a close up so the stay command goes right over her head, this is her trying to creep forward without me noticing (lol)

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    Hi Mrs B,09 and Suzie

    Good luck with all them puppy's !!! Your one of the few newbies who posted a pic straight up !!!..we all love pooch pics and puppy pics are a must please.

    I cant offer any advice on puppy births...i'd be a bit freaked out to be honest LOL...but i can wish you both the best of luck for when it happens.


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    OH she is absolutely beautiful! Gotta love Border Collies

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    Border collies are the best
    And yes pictures when available

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    Welcome to the forum
    Suzie is gorgeous, she reminds me a bit of our Collie.

    Good luck when the pups come, hope they turn out happy and healthy

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    you bet guys, these will be some of the most photographed puppies alive! i am freaking out slightly, i attend human births as a doula so this will be interesting, been reading up like a mad woman, i grew up on a farm so animal birth isn't new to me but shes my baby and i don't want anything to go wrong! border collies do rock!

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    Hi MrsBurrows09

    I don't know much about bitches having puppies either.

    I'd be buttering up my fave vet
    and also the person who runs this website
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    Good luck with it and I hope, however many puppies you have, they all go to great homes (even yours).

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