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    thanx guys this is so helpfull it seams rasing puppies is just the same as rasing babies you play it by ear with some good advice

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    We were waiting for our Ruby for a long time and I think that just gave us too much time to buy too much useless stuff haha
    lol this is why i wrote this as I have 1yr wait at least b4 i get a pup and i find myself stocking up on stuff i just dont want to buy so much stuff it gose tio waste

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    Quote Originally Posted by Shedeivl View Post
    lol this is why i wrote this as I have 1yr wait at least b4 i get a pup and i find myself stocking up on stuff i just dont want to buy so much stuff it gose tio waste
    We were waiting a year, after we picked the breed and saved up the money for her that is!

    I was also a stay at home mum so had way too much ebaying time on my hands

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    ***Di smiles indulgently***

    I remember when my Daughter in law was pregnant the first time. Bought everything under the sun, when baby arrived... a male--- the baby book was avidly read and god forbid if bub burped later than he should have.

    Second baby...male.. all was still mostly ok to use and the book was looked at at major milestone times.

    Third baby...you can dress a girl in blue can't you? The book propped up the wobbly side of a book case.

    4th baby..male...Gets dressed in whatever is ok and clean at the time and the book was in the last garage sale.

    You will probably go way overboard buying up while you are waiting. I have had dogs that loved toys and dogs that could not give a rats. I have also found that like babies too they can be much more interested in the packaging than the toy.

    I love your enthusiasm.

    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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    Love the analogy Di!
    Last edited by Anne; 06-07-2011 at 09:13 AM. Reason: To fix emoticon error
    A pessimist sees the glass as half empty;
    An optimist sees the glass as half full;
    A realist just finishes the damn thing and refills it.

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    lol lol ok so i have to try not be temped by all dog toys i see this is made harder by the free ebay time too and the fact I do work exp at a puppy school with lot of cool toys on sale lol but i think my hubby would be glade for the hold your horses advice btw it also my frist pup since I was five and I have not had my frist bub yet so i think that add too the oh but its so cute facter

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    lol im living that analogy now Di. I have 3 kids, a puppy, and i find if i treat the kids and the dog (with in reason) the same we have a happy household im amazed at how simular they are!!

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    im amazed at how simular they are!!
    yeah was teaching my sister in laws kid how to walk the other day by her chasing a pot plant around the garden that she really wanted to just dig the diry out of and i rember thinking omg the is just like luring a puppy with food ...

    then she could not get her new born son to settle down and I was like try a hot water bottle wraped in a blanket and wouldn't you know out like a light

    I got from my dog training on what to do when you bring a puppy home the frist night

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    I caught myself saying "good dog" to a human the other day. Oops.

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    Ummm, I have said STAY to the grandies.

    Oh, and son has been desexed.
    Last edited by Di_dee1; 06-06-2011 at 09:29 PM.

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