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  • in reply to: Question about breeding!! #74636

    [quote author=Val link=topic=16001.msg280534#msg280534 date=1312925041]
    A bitch needs a season cycle in which to ovulate, if it was a cat it is possible but dogs nar in all my years and there are a lot of years I have never heard of it
    Val
    [/quote]

    OK thanks Val!!

    in reply to: Hello #106428

    [quote author=Izzie link=topic=15965.msg280537#msg280537 date=1312962394]
    [quote author=Patches New Mummy link=topic=15965.msg280529#msg280529 date=1312915697]
    [quote author=Izzie link=topic=15965.msg280524#msg280524 date=1312880414]
    Ok, going to be really good here – please do not take this the wrong way, but do you not think you should give Patches a bit of time to settle in, he has only been with you for what a week or 2? before getting a second dog.
    [/quote]

    Hello,

    I know what you mean but Iam pretty confident that Patch has settled.  He is an amazing dog, he is calm and happy and loving with everyone he meets, I am going to book him in for training classes as the only problem I have with him is that he pulls like a steam train on the lead!!

    I wont be bringing home Peppa the pup until the 5th September which will give him a little bit longer but I am still sure he will be fine with her.  You really wouldnt think he’d only been here a couple of weeks.  I have thought about this long and hard and what ever happens both dogs will be loved and taken care of and if I have a bit of extra work to do with them both then so be it I think it will be worth it in the end!!
    [/quote]

    I can assure you that he probably hasnt completely settled in yet I have yet to see a dog settle into a new home within a week. But then its up to you
    [/quote]

    I dont doubt he hasnt completely settled in and I appreciate wot ur saying but I have made a commitment to the other puppy and I will not break that.  And like I sed I am more than happy to sort out any problems as and wen they arise. Both dogs will be loved to death well looked after and will be members of my family.  I dont expect them to be perfect and I dont expect to not have any teething problems but I am willing to take the rough with the smooth.

    I am going to also get both Patch and Peppa (the pup) into training/socialisation classes.  So I can honestly say that altho I understand where youre coming from and yes you are right it IS up to me, I havent made the decision lightly and I know that when I do find myself having problems with either of them I can come here and ask for help and advice with out being judged or made to feel bad!! 

    in reply to: Question about breeding!! #74634

    Hello Suz,

    I did wonder but I have a vague recollection of reading somewhere recently that a female is still fertile and capable of getting pregnant again directly after giving birth but I cant find it to double check!!  Thats why I asked on here!!

    in reply to: Hello #106425

    [quote author=Travis 1 link=topic=15965.msg280527#msg280527 date=1312911346]
    He’s a handsome boy 🙂
    [/quote]

    Thanks hun I think so!!  😉

    in reply to: Hello #106424

    [quote author=Izzie link=topic=15965.msg280524#msg280524 date=1312880414]
    Ok, going to be really good here – please do not take this the wrong way, but do you not think you should give Patches a bit of time to settle in, he has only been with you for what a week or 2? before getting a second dog.
    [/quote]

    Hello,

    I know what you mean but Iam pretty confident that Patch has settled.  He is an amazing dog, he is calm and happy and loving with everyone he meets, I am going to book him in for training classes as the only problem I have with him is that he pulls like a steam train on the lead!!

    I wont be bringing home Peppa the pup until the 5th September which will give him a little bit longer but I am still sure he will be fine with her.  You really wouldnt think he’d only been here a couple of weeks.  I have thought about this long and hard and what ever happens both dogs will be loved and taken care of and if I have a bit of extra work to do with them both then so be it I think it will be worth it in the end!!

    in reply to: Find the club on facebook #100487

    ;D Thanks hun  ;D

    in reply to: Which Group do you stand for? (breeds) #113363

    [quote author=*Nat* link=topic=15894.msg280035#msg280035 date=1305918393]
    Lol I’ll stand up for the Terriers then  😉
    [/quote]

    Me too!!!

    in reply to: Find the club on facebook #100485

    I hate to be thick but can anyone give me the link for this as I just can see it for looking!!!

    in reply to: Hello #106421

    Thanks Suz I think so he is 2 years old, he is briliant with the kids wonderful wen left and fully housetrained!!  I have been very lucky with him!!

    I am looking at a litter of pups tomorrow, so I MIGHT be having another but definately sticking to just the two!!  I have already found a dog training club local to me so when I do and she is old enough I can start socialising her and start the basic training, tho Patch it so good I am hoping he will help!!

    in reply to: To new and returning members #106401

    Hello Suz!!

    I hope its a good thing ya remember me lol!!  I was totally gutted about it he wanted to punish me and as he didnt have a leg to stand on to take me kids he did the next best thing.  He now has about 4 other dogs with his new gf!!

    Never mind I am glad to be back!!

    in reply to: Hello #106419

    [img width=351 height=468]http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e99/HenryZack/088.jpg[/img]

    Patch with my new fella Phil, this was taken when he first came to live with us, we have a strange living arrangment, he lives on the Isle of Wight but comes over to see us everyother week.  So when we first got Patch he bonded almost instantly with Phil!!!

    [img width=351 height=468]http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e99/HenryZack/089.jpg[/img]

    Patches first walk with us!!

    [img width=468 height=346]http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e99/HenryZack/102.jpg[/img]

    Sleepy boy!!

    [img width=468 height=351]http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e99/HenryZack/107.jpg[/img]

    Aw he is so gorgeous…infact if I am not careful he’ll think its his name!!

    [img width=351 height=468]http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e99/HenryZack/110.jpg[/img]

    With in an hour of Phil going back to the Island he was a Mummies boy…here he is having a cuddle with Mummy!!!

    [img width=468 height=351]http://i37.photobucket.com/albums/e99/HenryZack/116.jpg[/img]

    Pooped out after chasing a ball for almost 2 hours!!

    I have loads more but I think that might be over kill lol

    Anna and co

    in reply to: To new and returning members #106399

    LOL…thanks!!  Its nice that ppl have remembered me after all this time!! ;D

    in reply to: Uno Update #74613

    Aw he is gorgeous!!!

    in reply to: To new and returning members #106397

    Well the original 2 were Henry, a Weimie and Zack a JRT cross!!  Then we ended up with Beccy and Sammy 2 GSDs.  He rehomed them because I left him only kept Henry because he was technically HIS dog but he did the rehoming outta spite  :'(

    in reply to: To new and returning members #106395

    Hello,

    I have introduced myself already but I saw this titled new and returniing and thought cool thats me!!  I used to be on here as HenryZack  I dunno if anyone will remember me, it was about 4yrs since I was on here last.

    I lost all my doggies because of my ex husband who let me have our children but refused to let me have my dogs!!  Anyway, I am in the process of getting my own additional family members again now and that it why I have come back!!  I will add pics soon I just need to work out how to do it as my pics are, apparently, to big!!

    Anna and co

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