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|02-13-2013 10:29 PM|
|Destany||Cant wait ! I uploaded some pics of our boy Drake and The puppy Kirra we are waiting on if you like to see just look in my photos.|
|02-10-2013 10:01 PM|
|Mary Beth||Your very welcome. Mark the days on your calendar, get the puppy things ready, and pup will be here before you know it. Please post a photo of puppy when you get her. Good Luck!|
|02-10-2013 09:24 PM|
Okay Thank You For Your Response. Sounds Good, Puppy Training all over lol.
Gotta Love it They are so Smart, We cant wait !
|02-10-2013 01:11 PM|
|Mary Beth||Yes, there will be no problem. My Sting was my first puppy, my other dogs adults when I adopted them, and the bond is the same. I would have done the same as you with the parvo - one big worry out of the way. Better 15 weeks than 6 weeks (which is way too young). Also at 15 weeks she will have better control of her bladder, so that will make the house training easier. If you are close to the breeder, maybe you can visit and get to see your pup. If not, that's fine too.|
|02-09-2013 11:09 PM|
4 Month Old German Shepherd Kirra
Hello I am new to the site i have not yet uploaded any pictures. My husband and I recently lost our Big Boy Drake due to an accident. He was like our Baby. When we got him as a pup he had Parvo, but he was cured from Parvo. We now want another GSD for companion we have one picked out the Breeder is keeping her untill she is 15 weeks old for us and has all shots so she will not catch Parvo when she comes home.
Will she still Bond with us and be easy to train when we pick her up she wil be 4 Months Old. Has anyone had an experience similar to mine ?