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    Hi Rural pug. I hear you loud and clear.
    However, you have made an assumption that this bloke gives a rats arse about his dog or the laws on breeding/selling pups. He clearly doesnt.
    The dam has been offered too as a give away. But my son wants a pup, and his wife has fallen in love and chosen it.

    She's a gorgeous dog. But very dog aggressive and has is a pit mix. I have 2 and no room, as this pup is going to be here during working hours, so i cant take it. I have given the details of a foster home to them for dam and remaining pups.

    Pup is now 6 weeks, still with mum. Doing well. Havent seen my son this week for an update.

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    thanx Dexter, id forgotten the bones need to be removed!
    Neither of mine have issues with kids handling or taking their food, hopefully pup will get same licence with the toys they have.
    The pool will be emptied till i know the pup is water proofed and can swim. That will be rapid as there's a a lake to pass to get out of here.

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    We got a pup update yesterday. They are keeping pups till 8 weeks, micro chipping and vaccinating before rehoming now.
    Sounds like they have done some reading.

    My son attempted to get his pup early as impatient, but has been dissuaded by his nagging mum, and now agrees to wait as he should!

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    I always have a plan A,B and possibly C for any eventualities that could happen. I think you have as well.
    I am so pleased that the pup will be having this extra time with the litter.
    I would have taken it at 6 weeks though if the conditions for it were bad.

    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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    this is to be my son's first dog. He is a natural with dogs, they flock to him like beez around honey.

    he is sooo excited.

    He has a enduring mental illness, that's tough at times. Those phases where he wont eat, doesnt talk, will now be tempered by a animal bond. Brilliant!

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    Pup come around today for the meet and greet. I cant wait. Ive erected the crate so it can have a bolt hole and somewhere quiet to sleep, im not sure pohm will fit in the door, how things change in 1 yr eh?

    Its a lively little fella apparently, twas fast asleep when i saw it thursday after work. My son and his wife bathed it on the first day! oh dear. I wouldnt of done that. This is where im going to have to keep my mouth shut. Good practice for grandchildren i guess. But come on, a bath, on the first day? Pup loved it so they said. I hope so, as its this very son that hosed a rottie of ours as a kid and gave me a hydrophobic dog for 8 yrs.

    its not my dog, its not my dog, its not my dog, its not my dog. < today's mantra for interfering mother thoughts.

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    I could not of asked for a better outcome between my dogs, and new pup.
    Bernie has taken to the "Old git" role well. He's the grumpy gandad. Grumbles at pup being closer to me than he is. But totally ignores pup. Cept to lay beside him each time he crashes, to make sure nobody touches him and he gets to sleep in peace. And that includes Pohm waking him.

    Pohm has decided this is her baby. And that its in need of a good wash! (breeders bathed it before rehoming, so smelt of shampoo! yuk!.) She gives it her food, her bed, her people. Not jealous as she is with Bernie, happy for pup to get attention too. Ive never had a bitch before, they are so gentle arent they with pups. Its really cute.

    Lots of play, pup got trodden on several times by dogs, hey ho, you get that if you run under dogs bodies.

    Pup was a tad on thin side, but a week with no litter mates seems to of sorted this.

    Left them observed discreetly, but im watching like a hawk, in lawn area. They were all fine. And having 2 dogs in his hareem, Bernie's besides himself with his pomp and ceremonial patrols lol

    Pup has been coming daily, to bond in view of being left with mine whilst they go to work from Thursday. Then the following week, they are being left unsupervised. If all goes well.

    Departure time is a little traumatic for me. Pohm searches and searches, whining for pup. Bernie cant sit still as his wife if moaning and carrying on, so he too starts looking, but gives up after one patrol as 'yeah, its gone, cool, lets sleep now'.

    I walked half way home with them last evening. My son, (now fancies himself as a dog whisperer), says, you'd best put yours on the lead, they'll follow me home. Er, i dont think so! They ignored him and came with me as usual, as did the pup lol. Funny boy, delusions of grandeur that one.

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    Well bernie i want family photos lol
    No one loves you like your dog does.

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    What an adorable pup! So glad to hear they are all getting along and playing well with each other, that is awesome. Looks like a very playful puppy, it must loving having the two bigger dogs to play with.

    Bernie and Pohm are two very beautiful dogs you have, by the way.

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