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Old 06-16-2014, 09:05 AM   #1 (permalink)
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She's very cute
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cute and love how she put her paws on your chest
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You guys sort of look alike! ;-)
Very cute, enjoy!
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Old 06-16-2014, 09:17 AM   #5 (permalink)
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Thanks all. Pic is of my husband Bill

She currently is at the vet's office getting checked out since I picked her up yesterday. I personally feel she is a bit underweight as she feels a bit "bony"

Personality is exactly what I was looking for. She doesn't startle easily, but she is not aggressive either. Very lick licky with a gently nibble here and there. Has what looks to be a nice pedigree being mostly champions, though I'm not really thrilled once I checked out OFA's online. Most rated fair than good/excellent. One of them doesn't even have an OFA number but is finished. Elbows passed on all.

If she has show potential, I do want to hire a handler. As for breeding, only time will tell and a lot depends on how her hips are. BUT..do I bother showing her if the hips aren't good??
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Thanks all. Pic is of my husband Bill

She currently is at the vet's office getting checked out since I picked her up yesterday. I personally feel she is a bit underweight as she feels a bit "bony"

Personality is exactly what I was looking for. She doesn't startle easily, but she is not aggressive either. Very lick licky with a gently nibble here and there. Has what looks to be a nice pedigree being mostly champions, though I'm not really thrilled once I checked out OFA's online. Most rated fair than good/excellent. One of them doesn't even have an OFA number but is finished. Elbows passed on all.

If she has show potential, I do want to hire a handler. As for breeding, only time will tell and a lot depends on how her hips are. BUT..do I bother showing her if the hips aren't good??
I'd prefer Bony but healthy and active so less chance for future hip and elbow mess
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Old 06-16-2014, 09:24 AM   #7 (permalink)
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I'd prefer Bony but healthy and active so less chance for future hip and elbow mess
I hear you and agree to a point. I just think 12 pounds is a little on the light side. The breeder said she was fed 2x a day. I don't know. Waiting on the vet's thoughts.

She is active :-)
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