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BasRouge 01-31-2014 02:54 AM

From Birth => now
 
And here I am, last week, after swimming in a lake, 3 years and 9 months old, hope you enjoyed seeing me grow up :p
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She was nice and didn't want to steel my bed, but I would have share! See I gave her space! (Tahiti's owners came looking for her, so she went back to them after 2 weeks with us)
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Since we're on a GSD forum, meet Tahiti with me, she was a found dog, we didn't want her to go to the pound, further more given the fact she was 10, so she spent some time with us
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He's always all over me, but I like him. Might even maybe love him, but don't tell anyone, he's a cat after all!
http://nsa31.casimages.com/img/2014/...4521393978.jpg


Meet my new friend, he's so funny!
http://nsa20.casimages.com/img/2014/...4422232348.jpg


Rugby was way easier!
http://nsa20.casimages.com/img/2014/...4302886497.jpg


Learning how to fly was the most challenging, but I didn't finish the course...
http://nsa20.casimages.com/img/2014/...4055672371.jpg


As you grow up, you have to learn so many things! What did you just say?
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And what do you want to do after a good meal? yep, a little nap is great!
http://nsa31.casimages.com/img/2014/...8374232949.jpg


Playing make anyone feel hungry, right?
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Play time!
http://nsa20.casimages.com/img/2014/...3335716440.jpg

First time in the outside world! I've tested the green thingy in te ground!
http://nsa31.casimages.com/img/2014/...3203389498.jpg



We had to be bottled feed, of course, mum is good but not that good!
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Count again! We're 16!
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Soon enough, I'm not all alone....
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Hey!! this is me a few seconds old. I'm the first born of the litter so that's where my name come from
http://nsa31.casimages.com/img/2014/...2508350130.jpg

holland 01-31-2014 09:43 AM

Oh my gosh 16 -poor mom...gorgeous pup and dog

Piper'sgrl 01-31-2014 09:50 AM

beautiful dog!!..is this a beauceron?! I've been looking into this breed. Very interesting breed..and I love the mearle coloured ones! How are they compared to a GSD...as loyal im sure but are they as Velcro-y? Also do they tend to be a "one man" dog too?

marbury 01-31-2014 10:46 AM

WOW! Thank you for sharing!

glinny 01-31-2014 11:29 AM

Love the "What did you say?" picture. Cutest puppy ever. And he grew up to be such a handsome fellow. Thanks for all the photos.

blackshep 01-31-2014 11:40 AM

Beautiful dog!!! Thanks for sharing, very cute!

Poor mama dog, 16 pups, my goodness.

BasRouge 01-31-2014 12:13 PM

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Originally Posted by Piper'sgrl (Post 4939298)
beautiful dog!!..is this a beauceron?! I've been looking into this breed. Very interesting breed..and I love the mearle coloured ones! How are they compared to a GSD...as loyal im sure but are they as Velcro-y? Also do they tend to be a "one man" dog too?

Yes, he is a beauceron. I'm french so there are lots of them around here.

Yes, they are very loyal dogs. As vecro-y as GSDs? I don't really know, I've only lived for 2 weeks with an old GSD. For the time she was here, she was always right behind my legs. I stepped on hers paws countless of times even for that short amount of time. But I don't know if it applies to all GSDs...

Anyway, compared to HER, beaucerons are kinda always with you, like in the same room, but not glued to you. Meaning you can turn around without stepping on them.

They're said to be one man dogs in the paper. But in my experience, all the beaucerons I had, they used to listen to everyone in the family, but If they do need approval for a not usual situation they will ask they're referent human for direction and that is only one person in the family.

BasRouge 02-02-2014 01:37 AM

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Originally Posted by holland (Post 4939266)
Oh my gosh 16 -poor mom...gorgeous pup and dog

Actually, the birth went well, and after, she had a lot of help lol


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