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Thread: Countdown is On...pup is 8 Weeks Now

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    Default Countdown is On...pup is 8 Weeks Now

    My puppy is now just over 8 weeks old. Yippee. Can't wait for tomorrow to hit, at least then I'm into January and know I'll be picking her up soon. Wippee.

    Bloody hell, still don't think the breeder has come to a decision about which bitch to keep. I think maybe they are leaving it to the last moment to give themselves a better chance of making the right pick?

    I will e-mail her tomorrow and see where they are at. I am starting to find it a little bit frustrating. Everybody else has chosen their puppy weeks ago, it would be lovely to have a final knowledge of which one is mine. Sigh.

    Countdown button now clicked - approx. 3 weeks to go...

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    Go DA! I understand why they do that but that's pretty selfish of them IMO

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    Yeah, thought they would have managed to make a decision by now. Ah well, what can one do. Just patiently and politely play the waiting game. i also realise things get pretty busy and hectic for ppl over Christmas and New Year, so I'm aware they have better things to do than worry about my impatience.

    (Doesn't stop me tapping my fingers waiting though. Lol.)

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    Lol. Have you started thinking of names? (Of course you have lol.) Wanna share?

    Btw, may I ask...If things are rough at home atm, will bringing a pup in create more undue tension?

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    Inca. As I know the two puppies that are debated over are both bitches. If was a dog I would have called him Wolfgang.

    Na, things aren't rough, they just roll on as if nothing is wrong. He's a dead head and wouldn't have a clue. He is the reason I walked away from dogs after spending 30 years of my life constantly surrounded by them. It was my choice. But I am not willing to forego my love of dogs any longer, hence my purchasing Zed, which unfortunately turned out badly.

    This dog will be good for me, and hubby has finally got past the issue of why animals always seem to congregate around me, and me alone. Well, if he hasn't, tough titties.

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    Good for you! In all relationships sacrifices are made, but I'd say after thirty years it's his turn.

    Is that pronounced In-ka or In sa?

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    Quote Originally Posted by Devil's Advocate View Post
    . Well, if he hasn't, tough titties.
    That's the attitude !!!!!!!
    http://www.dogforum.com.au/image.php?type=sigpic&userid=577&dateline=12727082  14

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    ROFL@Mitte. Nice to see you.

    Ink-a. Spelt Inca.

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    I like that! It sounds like the name of an African princess

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    Egyptian, I think?

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