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Yesterday 11:32 PM
sparra Awww......puppy breath.......very cute........Enjoy him!!!
Yesterday 11:09 PM
Yoshi Last photo of him before he comes home tomorrow. Was 8 weeks old on Sunday.
07-21-2014 10:14 PM
Yoshi
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Originally Posted by Castlemaid View Post
Fantastic! Looks like a very nice, solid litter. No over-the top hectic behaviour, no sound sensitivity, and very "into" whatever was going on, whether the mop, the whip, or the person moving around.

Had to chuckle at the disclaimer, LOL. It is sad that even this little bit of testing could easily traumatize 'regular' pups with less than stellar nerves.
Phew that's good to hear! Ooh, not long now until he comes home. I hope everything works out.

I know my last dog probably wouldn't have been fine with the whip cracking. He probably would have flinched and hid behind me or something.
07-21-2014 09:43 AM
Bridget Very cute!
07-21-2014 08:45 AM
Castlemaid
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Originally Posted by Yoshi View Post
I know it's not a photo, but they just posted a video of the pups when temperament testing. I think they are looking good so far. They appear to be pretty confident.

7 Week Old Working Bloodline German Shepherd Litter Testing - YouTube

Fantastic! Looks like a very nice, solid litter. No over-the top hectic behaviour, no sound sensitivity, and very "into" whatever was going on, whether the mop, the whip, or the person moving around.

Had to chuckle at the disclaimer, LOL. It is sad that even this little bit of testing could easily traumatize 'regular' pups with less than stellar nerves.
07-21-2014 08:35 AM
scarfish
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My last dog's ears went up at 12 weeks and they stayed up for good. Interesting how some go up and down.
i've heard they sometimes go back down during a growth spurt. i don't know if that's true or not.

get the dog though!
07-21-2014 08:22 AM
Yoshi I know it's not a photo, but they just posted a video of the pups when temperament testing. I think they are looking good so far. They appear to be pretty confident.

7 Week Old Working Bloodline German Shepherd Litter Testing - YouTube
07-12-2014 08:27 AM
Yoshi
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Yoshi, that floppy eared boy is toooo cute, I hope he is yours!
So far it looks like that he may be mine. I reckon in another week we will know. Oh and that's an adorable picture of Sinister.

I was actually pretty neutral until the breeder announced that one of the pups may suit me very nicely. Now I am getting excited! Got to throw myself into painting to make time go faster!

EDIT: My last dog's ears went up at 12 weeks and they stayed up for good. Interesting how some go up and down.
07-11-2014 01:17 PM
ApselBear Ears up at 8 weeks doesn't guarantee permanent ears up once full grown. Its look of the draw, injuries, and genetics. Thicker ears are more at risk for floppiness, beyond that there's not much other clues other than looking at the dam and sire.
07-11-2014 12:49 PM
Ace GSD
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Ace, it's very normal for puppies ears to go up and down during teething (4-6 months old), or to not go up until after teething so it's a little too soon to worry. Could you post a picture? If they're not up after he's through teething you can tape them but it may not be necessary.
Yes im aware of that . I was just trying to say there always that real small posibility. Im still hoping mine will go up cause it switches side of which ear up and down hahaha. And i heard if you have seen it up then it will go back up. Sorry OP didn't mean to jack the thread just the conversation lead to another
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