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    i got a phone call at half past eight this morning asking me if i was still wanting another dog as a little old lady had a springer spaniel that needed re-homing.
    this little boy is so sweet and funny but he does need a lot of work, which i dont mind, i were thinking of doing field trials or something with him when he is old enough.

    stan and the puppy hit it off straight away and they both had great fun down the beach together, however when we got home stan started acting a bit strange, like cowering and pestering me, so now i am wondering if it is a good idea to bring another dog into our little family? or do you think he will settle down?

    #103407
    Sweetypye
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    How old are both of them?

    Are they both castrated?

    How weill trained is your dog?

    #103408

    stan is 5yrs
    puppy is nearly 1yr
    both castrated
    stan is very well trained, except for a few nitty bits witch are nearly sorted out

    #103409
    Sweetypye
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    Well why not?ย  :ok:

    #103410
    Anonymous
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    Cass’ aunt had her first litter a couple of weeks ago & thier other dog is due to give birth next month….. oh the temptation, but i know i couldn’t devide my time & Cass doesn’t like to share me. lol

    #103411

    im not sure if i will be keeping him yet, hes only here for a few days to start with and then we will see

    #103412
    Izzie
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    Kerrie, if it doesnt work out let me know I know of someone looking for a working springer

    Best of luck though

    #103413

    if i dont have him the trainer that he came from wants him back so that he can re-home him but if you PM me your number i can give it to him ๐Ÿ™‚

    #103414
    Izzie
    Member

    Its someone who is looking via ESSW – so will give you the details for the rehoming coordinator.

    #103415

    :ok: thanks

    #103416

    well… i love this little lad but im afraid i wont be keeping him (and not because i dont want to). puppy likes to bring you things like teddies, pencils, mp3 player ๐Ÿ˜€ ๐Ÿ˜€ which is actually quite sweet, he doesnt chew them or be rough with them or anything, he just picks them up and brings them to you and with a bit of coaxing will give them to you ๐Ÿ˜€
    however earlier my flat-mate got in from work and puppy got a teddy and brought it to her, she had such a major hissy at him that i have decided that i dont think it would be fair on puppy to let him stay and the diseplin not be consistant :-\ :-\

    i have also decided to stop looking for another dog until my flat-mate moves out :'(

    #103417
    Izzie
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    Sorry to read that Kerrie

    But if you do your course, are you going to have the time to put into this little lad and Stan?

    Think you are doing the right thing for him thoughย  :-* :-*

    #103418
    .dodger.
    Member

    sorry to read that kerrie but i’m sure it will be better in the long run ๐Ÿ™‚

    #103419

    izzie my course is a distance learning course so i study from home with the odd few days at the college ๐Ÿ™‚

    i just didnt think my flat-mate would react so badly to the puppy

    #103420
    Izzie
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    [quote author=kerrie and stan link=topic=13572.msg258967#msg258967 date=1233178368]
    izzie my course is a distance learning course so i study from home with the odd few days at the college ๐Ÿ™‚

    i just didnt think my flat-mate would react so badly to the puppy
    [/quote]

    Am doing the same with mine and its practically full time at times

    Think that if it was meant to be, it would be :-*

    Shame your flatmate reacted so badly thoughย  ๐Ÿ™

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