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    Default Sherlock pup number 2

    Woo hoo, we're having more fur baby grand kids!

    Bad BYB scenario im afraid. And sherlock pups brother from a subsequent unplanned litter, the sire has now been desexed. And dam is booked for desex post delivery.

    Im excited to be getting a new small pup, who wouldnt be?
    A new pup for Pohm to steal and mother
    A new pup for standoffish bernie to ignore for the first 6 months till it shows some sense and respect < there's a lot of wisdom in dogs isnt there.

    Ive dug out the crate for them to borrow once more
    De wormed mine both this morning
    And been chazza shop for its new bed, a fake fur all of its own

    Sherlock pup is now a year old, well trained pet. Loves to play with my 2, scared unless bernie is with him with other dogs though.
    Wonder how he'll take to the best Kong you can ever buy your dog, a friend!

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    I have found a forever home for the dam.
    A work colleague has been listening to my tales of woe about these neighbours allowing 2 litters etc. The dam is a wonderful dog, gorgeous nature, desperate for someone to have time for her. And now she has a home to go to. Not for at least 8 weeks. Pups were born last weekend. So once they are all homed, then she can go to her new home. And never look back hopefully!
    she has 2 harlequin danes to play with, and a 9yr old boy who's really keen on his new pal. And was not intererested in the pups, only had eyes for his new dog, the dam.
    I am one happy lady. As they really don't have time for their 2 dogs, the male is pretty low key (and now desexed way too late) , whereas the dam is an escapologist if left alone. This is perfect, as she will now reside in a home, where someone is at home all the time.
    It only took 16 unwanted puppies before my neighbours desexed, if only humans could learn at the speed of dogs eh?

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    'bernie' - heaps of kudos and pats on the back for a wonderful result ! Well done !

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    ive had a soft spot for this girl dog, since she moved in next door, and turned up at dinner time that night. She'd sit beside my dogs, showing us her best sit please feed me pose. When not fed, she threw us a drop and a bark.
    Begging to be trained, if only someone would take the time.

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