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    Default How can I be angry when I look at this face?

    As I said in my thread a few weeks ago I had to re-home my beloved Gypsy due to a severe fear and anxiety toward the cows that surround our property. Between that, my surgery and more bad luck I have been very depressed the last 2 weeks and my poor OH was getting really worried about me so on Saturday he disappeared for the day and returned with this little cutie



    Now I tried to get mad at him for getting another pup so soon after Gypsy, as no dog could replace her... then this little girl started licking and nibbling my fingers and I just melted. How my beloved Partner found a purebred Alpine Dingo pup after I have been searching for a breeder for years I'll never know but her she is(even my mum's dingo is not pure!). And while she isn't Gypsy she is now a member of our family. My biggest worry was my knee and how I could look after her but she has arrived the same weekend that I can start to move around the house again. I can take her out for toilet breaks by myself and even stand long enough to throw a toy for her when she wants to play. She is very laid back and prefers to spend her time sleeping next to me. She isn't a hyper active girl at all and is very careful of my sore knee, she actually growled at Kronos my partners Rotti X when he jumped on me and I cried out in pain. She is the perfect little addition to our house at just the right time I think (thank you Universe)
    So please everyone meet Pax our female purebred Alpine Dingo

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    You are loved! And Pax is just adorable! How old is she?

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    lol I have no doubt my man knows and loves me. I can't help but remind him every hour that I love him .
    Pax is 8 weeks today, she is fully vaccinated and has been vet checked. She has spent the day curled up beside me keeping me company or racing around the room playing with her toys

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    Wow she is just beautiful! There is something about dingo's that appeals to me! Love them I'm going to have to go catch up on some past threads, I didn't even know you had to give your dog up

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

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    So cute i could just squeeze her to bits !!

    Congrats on the new pooch. Can i ask what a Alpine dingo actually is though ??
    The only dingos i've ever seen have been the wild ones on Fraser Island.


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    DONT SIC YOUR DOGMA ON ME !

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    Sean here is the best site to understand the physical differences between the 3 types/breeds of Dingo Physical Characteristics

    The Northern and Desert are suited to the outback and the alpine larger is more suited to places like the snowy mountains

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    I am soooooo jealous 'Drag0ncharm' - what an absolutely beautiful little pup - and I really think your darling OH needs more kudos !!!!!

    He would have been looking for a pup like this for a long while !

    Treasure her - as I know you will - and - please keep this thread open - so we can see heaps of photos and information about this really cute pup as she grows up !

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    Well my bad luck didn't stay away very long Pax is off to the vet with the OH. I took my eyes of her while I had a shower and my OH put away today's shopping... and my four year old son decided she needed to learn to fly off the couch! I am in tears. Haven't even had her more than 2.5 days and I have had to listen to her cry. She can't put any weigh on her hind right leg and her hind left is sore too.
    My son has gone to bed with no dinner and both mummy and daddy giving him a VERY stern talking to and a pat on the backside as an extra measure. I can't believe the whole thing! My son doing something so cruel and my poor girl in agony.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Drag0ncharm View Post
    Well my bad luck didn't stay away very long Pax is off to the vet with the OH. I took my eyes of her while I had a shower and my OH put away today's shopping... and my four year old son decided she needed to learn to fly off the couch! I am in tears. Haven't even had her more than 2.5 days and I have had to listen to her cry. She can't put any weigh on her hind right leg and her hind left is sore too.
    My son has gone to bed with no dinner and both mummy and daddy giving him a VERY stern talking to and a pat on the backside as an extra measure. I can't believe the whole thing! My son doing something so cruel and my poor girl in agony.
    I am really sorry that this happened to the pup.

    Kids and pups - are as far as I am concerned - are an absolute nightmare - unless both are trained to deal with each other ! I say this now - more so against kids than pups ! Pups do their best - but owners and the rest of the family ???????

    If this was me - consequences need to be taught - yes he is only young - and - yes - he has to go to bed without dinner but - does he really understand what he has done.

    As far as I am concerned - one prized son should be taught to look after the pup - with parental help - to understand what it means to be hurt from someone's actions - and not class the pup as a play thing ! Hopefully coming back from the vet your pup will be OK and not too much damage has been done.

    I really am sorry that this has happened.

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    That's just it he has been taught rules with puppies and dogs. We got our OH Rotti as a 10 week old pup and he learnt all the rules then! There were no problems at all so silly me assumed he would be fine for 4 mins while I had a shower and Tom was the next room over.
    And yes there will be further consequences tomorrow he has been informed tomorrow morning he will be loosing all his fav toys and TV privileges until he's 18 years old. And I have explained to my son as calmly as possible what he has done by not doing what he knows is the right thing.

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