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post #132 of 277 (permalink) Old 12-20-2012, 09:45 PM Thread Starter
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Hubby just told me Vet said some of the dogs have markings of either a pit or a boxer. Hope a couple look like shepherds. But if she did mate with non Shepherd it could be why they got rid of her.
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Do you have their phone number, give them a call. Let them know she had the babies and ask if they know what kind of dog the papa was. They may tell you. I mean, the transaction is over, you can't force them to take her back, so they might not mind telling you.

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They won't answer the phone.
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Well, that does make it more difficult.

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how a vet can say the markings are of a pit or boxer is a tad crazy. dutch shepherds have pit/boxer markings, so do other breeds. before he starts labeling these pups let them grow up a bit and then see what they look like, even a DNA test isnt accurate .
the pups are super adorable.. you are doing a fantastic job !!

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also check with your vet, they may know people looking for a puppy, sometimes they've lost a dog and are looking for another to adopt and tell their vet about it..

Ahhhh keep a male
I totally agree. You are just doing such an awesome job. Thank God this girl came to you. If you can handle all you already have, I'm betting a male puppy will be no problem.

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I agree about keeping a puppy. That can be an a wonderful addition.

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Thanks, everyone. She's been scarfing down the eggs and seems to be drinking water. The pups have been fun to watch when they sleep, they either are on top of each other or sprawled out. We've been making sure the little runt is getting in, sometimes he seems to get pushed aside so we are making sure he's eating. She's been good about letting my husband and I move the puppies. At what point should we start holding them?

To let the dogs out we take them thru our small laundry room downstairs. Well when Sasha came back, my husband had forgotten and taken her leash off (we are keeping it on to pull her upstairs so she doesn't go near Heidi as we walk by in the room) and she must have been too close for Heidi because Heidi lunged at her. No damage was done except I'm sure Sasha won't do that again, and my husband will be sure to remember to push leash on/off so we can keep her from there. Was wondering if she would she do that to a cat? Most are staying away except the old mean 15 year old cat who isn't afraid if anything (too mean). Hope not.

We're going to see how it goes with the pups and think about keeping one. One day at a time for right now
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My husband is looking for heat lamps. He's worried some of the ones he's seen that the light is too bright.

Where do you get heat lamps appropriate for the pups? He's going to try Petsmart....Help?
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