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    I tend to agree with Lala

    I think it will be pretty high in the cute factor .
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    I replied to your post beloz but i dont know what happend to it lol....thanks for the link to that site i currently want to buy everything on it for my puppy! I had found clickers on ebay as well but i would prefer to get everything from the one site, its definitely a handy little site........to answer your other question, my other dog is a basenji x (unknown) everyone has a differently opinion as to what he might be but i reckon he has staffy in him. another odd combination but very cute!

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    I will upload a few photos of both in the next few days im sure you guys would probably have a better idea to what future pup and current pup might be lol

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    I mostly use the word "yes" instead of a clicker because
    1. I hate the clicker sound.
    2. I'm not co-ordinated enough to hold dog lead, clicker, and deliver treats with only two hands. Especially if what I'm training involves using my hands for signals or targetting.

    But I did get a clicker from my local small dog / pet supplies store. And I think Petstock had them somewhere and they're easy to get online.

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    I agree i am unco enough as it is already but the clicker i was hoping to use on my other dog...he is the most stubborn dog when it comes to training, so i thought i might give the clicker a go to see if he responds to it better than my voice

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    Can't wait to see pics. Hope you have a ball with your new pup.




    Oh, and for the record, a "King Charles Spaniel" is different to a "Cavalier King Charles Spaniel". The King Charles is a very old breed, with a shortish cobby body, a distinctive flat face and a domed skull. The Cavalier is a more recently developed breed (early 20th century I think) which is a similar height, but has a longer body and face. Much more popular, the King Charles is not seen so often these days.


    King Charles:


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    Not being narky, just like sharing info and piccies.

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    haha you learn something new everyday, i mainly put king charles in the topic name because i wasn't sure my spelling of cavalier was correct lol but thanks for the info, now i know for the future

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    So this is the only pic i have so far of the puppy, he is about 4 and a half weeks

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    Ooooo!! What a squooshable face!!

    An odd mix to be sure. But will no doubt be a very cute, very happy and very squiggly little pupster!!

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    Oh my gosh, that is adorable!

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