|02-18-2013 10:15 AM|
I read in another thread that you were picking up Maggie's brother, Gus, this month. How is he doing? I think it's great that out of 6 puppies, 3 of the owners are here on the forum so we can compare notes. I'd love to see some pictures of Gus if you get a chance to post them. Now, whenever Maggie sees the camera, she wants to eat it, so I have to wait until she's preoccupied with something to take her picture. I weighed her last night and she is just over 22 pounds (give or take a pound because she was squirming).
|02-17-2013 11:47 PM|
I also have a brother to your girl Maggie. I too love Carmen and am thankful I had someone suggest I contact her. So that is 3 of us here........looking forward to seeing pictures!!
|02-17-2013 04:00 PM|
|Susie07||There's a reason why puppies are so darn cute ... it's called "survival" <G>! I haven't weighed Maggie yet, but I think I'll give it a shot, that is if I can still pick her up. The land sharking is going great for one of us. Unfortunately, that one is not me <veg>! She bites mostly when she get excited, but sometimes she still bites when I pat her. Telling her I'm gonna break her little face doesn't seem to work. Then she goes and does something cute, and I completely forget all about my "wounds" <G>! Happy Birthday to Kona and Maggie, who are 12 weeks old today!|
|02-17-2013 02:31 PM|
|lafalce||Awwwwww, so cute. Love the sleeping one. So cute.|
|02-17-2013 12:26 PM|
-- only if you entertain it !!!
by the way , I love the Chewber that Susan's relative invented !
|02-17-2013 12:24 PM|
EEEEEeeee, what an adorable face!
How is the land sharking?
|02-17-2013 12:21 PM|
Congratulations on Maggie. She is really cute and definitely share familly traits with Kona. Although Kona looks darker on the pictures I posted recently (it was cloudy outside), he has Maggies exact same colour. The red definitely comes out when there is enough light!
I wheighted him this morning and he is now at 28lbs. :-O
|02-17-2013 11:38 AM|
Attachment 39602Hi, Rush!
Here are 3 pictures I took of Maggie playing with her chew ring, dinosaur and chewber and, so far, they are the only 3 things she hasn't managed to destroy yet. The "chewber" was invented by my cousin and is a combination frisbee and water and/or food dish. I haven't uploaded pictures before, so I hope this works.
|02-15-2013 07:40 PM|
|JanaeUlva||Congrats, what a fabulous looking puppy! And coming from Carmen, healthy, happy and solid nerves.|
|02-15-2013 04:01 PM|
There is no need to apologize for the delay in responding because I completely understand. After all, I have Kona's sister and she is a handful <VBG>! I loved the pictures you posted of him because Maggie is also a little snow bunny. Her training is coming along really well. She knows how to sit, lay down and shake-a-paw, and we're currently working on "come". When I was teaching her to "shake-a-paw", she would lay down while waving her paw in the air. I guess she thought she'd save time and get her treat that much quicker <G>! She enjoys playing "fetch" and brings back whatever she fetched about half the time. The other half, she just lays down and chews it! She loves her chew toys but the casualties are piling up rather quickly. She has 3 that are practically indestructible, so time will tell if they are Maggie-proof. Right now she's fast asleep and looks as though butter would melt in her mouth. I know differently <veg>!
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