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    Thanks for the support everyone!

    Having everyone say I know its tough but you can do it really means a lot to us!

    He should sleep well tonight, He's been so tired all day because he stayed up all night! but i've kept him pretty busy!

    Stay tuned!

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    Oh di dee1 look at those puppies! aren't they adorable!!!

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    Quote Originally Posted by charliesmum View Post
    Oh di dee1 look at those puppies! aren't they adorable!!!

    Aren't they wot!

    If you have a lot of time, and nothing to do, their story is in these 2 threads.


    http://www.dogforum.com.au/general-d...st-season.html

    http://www.dogforum.com.au/general-d...er-family.html

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    Ok. Night 2 went better and night 1 which is all I can ask for and Charlie is now outside playing on his own without me watching him and without crying! Its a miracle! About to let him in though coz its too hot for such a wee little man to be out there for too long!

    I have 1 little problem! Before we wake up there is a little 6 year old girl next door that hangs over the fence and calls for him not a problem if charlie couldnt see her but he can! our laundry faces the fence she hangs over! and she does it at 6:30am! well before we are awake and well before Charlie is awake too but I know when she's doing it coz all of a sudden Charlie goes crazy! and in between his cries I hear "Charlieeeee, Charlieeeeee" Does anyone think this will be doing damage to our hard night time work? I could probably easily talk to her mum about it as we know them well im just afraid that saying "your daughter hanging over the fence has to stop" might sound as if I am telling her what to do with her daughter! And I dont want to upset the neighbours!

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    I read pretty and the pups story too didee and didnt you do a fantastic job!! This is the reason I have never and will never have a little girl puppy! <3 <3

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    My suggestion is yes talk to mother and daughter. Do it from the angle of the girl "helping" with his training by not doing this and maybe some supervised time with him as her "reward" for her help.

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    Quote Originally Posted by Di_dee1 View Post
    My suggestion is yes talk to mother and daughter. Do it from the angle of the girl "helping" with his training by not doing this and maybe some supervised time with him as her "reward" for her help.
    You can't beat Di's suggestion. You fix the problem of her leaning over the fence at 6.30am (Good God, what?) and make the child feel like she is helping in some way.

    That would shit me to tears, I'm sorry. Lol.
    And no, it shouldn't happen AT ALL, so yeah, nip it in the bud immediately.
    Sounds like things with Charlie are going better. Well done.

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    Have a word with the mum first though, then you can both get the child's "help"

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    Thanks Didee! thats a great suggestion! it was a tough call... say something - dont say something! was the struggle - But I think that will be a great way to go about it!

    Devils advocate! It does shit me to tears! Poor Charlie too its such a tease being called when you cant come! Im sure he hates it too! But she thinks its cute that he's trying to get to her!

    We have allowed supervised play time with the little girl in question as the mum, the son and the little girl were all hanging over the fence one day and I said why dont you just come around because you looks so silly hanging over and its not good for Charlie! Mum explained that they were thinking about getting a puppy because they feel the kids are ready! one look at how they interacted with a at that stage 10wk old puppy and I knew they werent ready and I politely suggested maybe it isnt time yet! they were freaking out because of him on this side of the fence screaming because he was playing and chasing them the little boy almost cried!!! and they are 6 and 8!! meanwhile yesterday I had a 4 year old princess here playing with him in his puppy pool! so cute

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    Hmmm, hope the neighbours don't get a dog real soon. Not only does it sound like the children aren't ready - that's because it sounds like Mum's not ready either.

    I must admit, IMO no responsible parent (or dog savvy person) would allow their kid to hang over the fence calling the next door neighbour's dog at any time uninvited, little own at bloody 6.30am!!! I'd have a hissy fit. Or as my son would call it - a skitter!!!

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