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New family member!

Discussion in 'General Discussion' started by Killajaz, 31 Jul 2006.

  1. Killajaz

    Wise Guy

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    When we picked her up two days ago, 8 weeks old ;) CHECK MY FRO! Hehehe.
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    She weighed 5.5kilos Saturday, when she is fully grown in 1.5 years she will weigh anything between 30-40 kilos. She deffo aint sleeping in our bed no matter how much she cries or pulls 'puppy sad faces' :)
     
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  2. Gilly

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    Location: I'm back baby!

    Awwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwwww
     
  3. Killajaz

    Wise Guy

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    With her siblings:
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    3 weeks old:
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  4. Laz

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    Does it think that your arm is it's hairier, longer brother?
     
  5. Arsey

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    Hehe nice

    Nice dog and she will be sleeping in your bed :p

    what are you calling her?
     
  6. basmic

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    The first picture melted my heart. :o:o
     
  7. Gaygle

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    n. pl. fam·i·lies - A family is a domestic group of people, or a number of domestic groups linked through descent (demonstrated or stipulated) from a common ancestor, marriage or adoption. Families have some degree of kinship.

    Sorry, she isn't family until you adopt her. ;)

    On a serious note, i think that might be the nicest dogs i've seen.
     
  8. gord

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    Is that you in the bottom pic?.. more to the point

    is that your FRO?!! OMG its awesome
     
  9. Slogan

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    Just wait till their backside kicks into play - we'll see how nice they are.

    I had an experience with my dog last night, which put me in a very angry mood. He was eating his bone upstairs, he then rushes downstairs for no good reason and I know he's up to something.

    I walk downstairs into the dark living room to change the Sky channel and "squish" - hmm, that's an interesting texture under my shoe. So, I take the shoes off, clean it up and go up the stairs to flush it down the toilet - done.

    Walk downstairs again and he's left two more presents at the bottom of the stairs. I go to get the toilet paper which is now in the living room and I find myself walking across a damp patch - that's right, the two presents left at the foot of the stairs, were not the only things little doggy provided in the short time that I was flushing the previous content down the toilet.

    I know no one wanted to hear that and that no one cares - but I feel better for getting it out in the open.

    Nice dog, by the way.
     
  10. basmic

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    Sorry, but I had tears in my eyes reading that, Slogan - know the feeling all too well.

    My parents preferred to know if I slipped the dogs some butchers bones, so they could take them for some more regular walks before bed time. :confused::D
     
  11. Nix

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    Dude, that's one ugly baby...
     
  12. Greenlizard0

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    Was going to say....who/what is your milkman? :p
     
  13. Bumhucker

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    Have you ever tried letting him out? :p
     
  14. Killajaz

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    haha. not my arm! That's from the bloke at the Kennel. Dog is only a few weeks in that picture. We got her when she was 8 weeks (last saturday)

    Ill be losing the fro btw, its killing me in this heatwave.
     
  15. merlin

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    Very cute :D
     
  16. matthew_o50

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    AAAAAAAAAwwwwwwwww!!!! Adorable :)

    Everyone seems to be getting/having puppies, I want one!

    *Runs to pester parents for a puppy.*
     
  17. _dogma_

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    Awww That's lovely. I want a pet but I can't really convince my bf to let me have anything like a dog or cat since we'll be living in a teensie flat in Edinburgh :(. Oh well, one can hope someday. :)
     
  18. reflex

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    Dude keep the fro its awsome!
     
  19. Arsey

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    Vote NO on proposition Lose Fro!
     
  20. Chasser

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    Is your pup a Ridgeback??