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01-12-2014 01:51 AM
RaisingALitter
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Originally Posted by wolfy dog View Post
I once raised a shelter litter and bought all these cute collars for them. I had to take them off as the pups were constantly grabbing each other by the collars. That was only fun for the strongest ones...
They have been doing pretty well. I watch them and there isn't too much unfair tugging going around. The little one in the yellow collar is on the smaller side but she already has a great bite. She was really going after and tugging at my broom this evening while i swept up the puppy food they scattered all over the kitchen during their feeding time.
01-12-2014 01:49 AM
RaisingALitter
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OMG what a cute bunch of puppies and puppy socializers!
Thank you!
01-11-2014 01:30 PM
wolfy dog I once raised a shelter litter and bought all these cute collars for them. I had to take them off as the pups were constantly grabbing each other by the collars. That was only fun for the strongest ones...
01-10-2014 10:34 PM
selzer OMG what a cute bunch of puppies and puppy socializers!
01-10-2014 01:18 AM
RaisingALitter JUST SHARING PICTURES. NOT AN ADVERTISEMENT FOR ANY SALES...now that I've reread the rules...I now know that it isn't allowed and i'm being monitored. In my sleep deprived haze I must have missed it while skimming the rules the first time. Ooops.

So....Just sharing our cuties:









and one of my own litter! LOL

01-08-2014 01:06 AM
RaisingALitter
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You need those collars! Can't tell them apart beautiful pups! Bill
Thank you! We have 4 solid black (1m &3f), 4 black and tan (3m &1f) and one looks like a bicolor and she is female. They all have different personalities but for the most part they are all wonderful. They are raised here in my home and under foot. LOL. Can you imagine me cooking dinner with 9 puppies biting at my slippers? They are great pups.
01-05-2014 03:30 AM
bill You need those collars! Can't tell them apart beautiful pups! Bill
01-05-2014 03:26 AM
MiaMoo Adorable! Glad the collars worked out well for you
01-05-2014 03:23 AM
RaisingALitter i saw some velcro ones on ebay. i'll keep that in mind for any future puppies.

9 puppies all bathed and 7 have collars. I'm hoping our others come in the mail in the next few days. I wanted to get individual pictures...but after washing all of them and then nursing my twins i was pooped! So here are a few pictures of our cute puppy pile: (i try to drag these and resize them but they still seem so big?!)





01-04-2014 09:09 PM
VanBuren shepherds I buy adjustable velcro from Hancocks. It comes in different colors and works until they are big enough for small puppy collars.


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