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    Smile Whiskee, Duke & Bear :)

    Whiskee is 3 and a half and a pure Rottweiler.
    Duke is a 1 and a half year old Siberian Husky.
    Bear is their 6 month old puppy
    Bear is one of 9 puppies that was part of an accidental litter we had back in September. Duke got desexed and still was able to produce puppies with his last shot. Proof of how stubborn my husky is, lol. Enjoy the photos!! The last one is a photo of him with his sister, who visited us for a while 2 weeks ago.
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    How did the rehoming go? How much did you sell them for? They all got snatched up quick enough? You were happy with all the homes?

    Bear is a gorgeous name 6 months already!? That went so quick!
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    Very Happy looking crew, all smiles
    Pets are forever

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    aussiemyf- the rehoming went really well. We have had one puppy come back to us because her first owners had to move but we managed to rehome her to a beautiful home. I have a few of the new owners on facebook so when they upload photos of the puppies I can see them and they usually tag me in them so it is really good. One went all the way to Wagga Wagga, but the rest are still in Sydney.

    Ended up selling them for $200-$300, which was no where near enough to cover the costs of everything (food, formula, microchipping, vaccination, worming, electricity, gas, etc etc etc lol), but we didn't do it for the money.

    First one was picked up at 8 weeks and the last one went at 11 weeks. I am glad that they all have good homes and I did extend the offer to all new puppy parents that if things didn't work out then I would be happy to have the puppy back and rehome them myself instead of the puppy ending up at the pound.

    newfsie- Thankyou, they are my furkids so I do tend to spoil them, that could be why they are happy,

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    Great job! You did it very responsibly
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    Isn't Bear cute!

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    Yeah he is a little cutie most of the time TinaG. At the moment Duke and Bear are trying to figure out who will be the dominant male in the yard. I am thinking Bear will win!

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