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    Love the coach dogs, welcome.
    If you find yourself going through hell; Don't stay. Just keep on going.
    Beau.

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    Welcome! hope you enjoy the forum ... Your puppy is so cute, just want to give him cuddles!!

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    Welcome, i am a new member too, it looks like an awesome site. Mikey is very cute!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FeralPup View Post
    Figured I'd join this lil forum, it looks quite nice!

    I'll let you know a little bit about myself.
    I'm a 20 year old from Melbourne and I have recently gotten a 8 week old dalmatian from Pampared kennels in Melbourne.

    His name is Michael, Mikey for short. A little terror, but then again all puppies are :P
    Would love to get into a career with dogs/animals, but alas, i'm trouble to teach ;3
    Oh well.
    This is my second dalmatian, my old dog Patch lived to 14 years old! Even now he's still with me, cremated and sitting atop my entertainment unit.

    This is Mikey. He is allowed to sleep in my bed, but he knows if i tell him no, he sleeps on the floor. Very intelligent boy!


    Anywho, hope i become a good part of this forum, it seems like a lovely place n.n
    Im bringing home a dally boy in 2 weeks pretty excited he will be the 1st dally I own for myself but 3rd dally for the family (I grew up with a dally and when he died at 13 the parentals bought a new one 2 years after)

    I'm also 20 and live with my OH.... how are you finding having a pup??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misschief View Post
    Im bringing home a dally boy in 2 weeks pretty excited he will be the 1st dally I own for myself but 3rd dally for the family (I grew up with a dally and when he died at 13 the parentals bought a new one 2 years after)

    I'm also 20 and live with my OH.... how are you finding having a pup??
    It's been different. Since this is the first time I'm training from a puppy to adulthood myself, instead of my parentals doing it.
    It's challenging, but oh so fun and rewarding when he does things right!
    The happy look on his face is the best thing ever!
    They really are a intelligent dog.
    Hope you have similar experiences with your new dally puppy! No one could resist the spots!

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    Quote Originally Posted by FeralPup View Post
    It's been different. Since this is the first time I'm training from a puppy to adulthood myself, instead of my parentals doing it.
    It's challenging, but oh so fun and rewarding when he does things right!
    The happy look on his face is the best thing ever!
    They really are a intelligent dog.
    Hope you have similar experiences with your new dally puppy! No one could resist the spots!
    , how much would you say you spend $$ a week on him??

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    Quote Originally Posted by Misschief View Post
    , how much would you say you spend $$ a week on him??

    Hmmmm, I'd say around $100 a week for good dog food, and a few little toys for him to destroy lol
    He's worth it though.
    Very loving dog.

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    really?? hmmmmmm...time to start searching for bulk puppy food haha

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