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Re: Our First New litter of Blues???

Post by KatePotter » 08 Sep 2007, 11:33

Yes we do squish her face all day. She's a Labradoodle. Image
Her dad is the white one, he is an F2 & mum an F5, I think that makes Lola an F3. Her mum had 10 pups all black and all but one are going silver/blue.

p.s. yours are gorgeous.

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Re: Our First New litter of Blues???

Post by tel » 08 Sep 2007, 14:22

hi furians
i wouldn't worry about the 4 legged bitch's, it's the 2 legged ones that have learnt to write that seem to have problems. good luck with your pups, i think they are lovely.


regards terry

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Re: Our First New litter of Blues???

Post by Lainey74 » 08 Sep 2007, 14:31

:lol: :lol: Welcome, Terry! :mrgreen:
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http://www.labradoodle-rescue.com

Hip Dysplasia is painful & expensive. See the hip scores of BOTH parents.


DONT TRUST THE PUPPY FINDER

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Re: Our First New litter of Blues???

Post by Furians » 08 Sep 2007, 14:45

tel wrote:hi furians
i wouldn't worry about the 4 legged bitch's, it's the 2 legged ones that have learnt to write that seem to have problems. good luck with your pups, i think they are lovely.
regards terry


hiya Terry
hiya and welcome to the thread, you have really made my day and chuckle. Every time i read your post a huge grin appears.
:D :D :D :lol: :lol: :lol:

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Re: Our First New litter of Blues???

Post by Sharon » 08 Sep 2007, 18:52

tel wrote:hi furians
i wouldn't worry about the 4 legged bitch's, it's the 2 legged ones that have learnt to write that seem to have problems. good luck with your pups, i think they are lovely.


regards terry
:mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen: :mrgreen:

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Re: Our First New litter of Blues???

Post by gwdoodles » 08 Sep 2007, 19:49

I'm puzzled, Sharon, didn't you totally condemn another breeder advertising a litter to a 15 month old bitch? :? :?
Would you mate a 12 month old bitch, yourself?

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Re: Our First New litter of Blues???

Post by Furians » 08 Sep 2007, 19:57

i thought you nice guys might wanna see a few pics,
please excuse the paper, i was in the middle of cleaning them


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Re: Our First New litter of Blues???

Post by Lainey74 » 08 Sep 2007, 20:45

gwdoodles wrote:I'm puzzled, Sharon, didn't you totally condemn another breeder advertising a litter to a 15 month old bitch? :? :?
Would you mate a 12 month old bitch, yourself?
Has this not been done to death on this thread? :roll:

LOVE the puppy pics!!! They look sooo weeny. And mum is a beautiful dog - shes absolutely gorgeous!! I've always loved Goldies. :D
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Re: Our First New litter of Blues???

Post by Sharon » 09 Sep 2007, 10:52

gwdoodles wrote:I'm puzzled, Sharon, didn't you totally condemn another breeder advertising a litter to a 15 month old bitch? :? :?
Would you mate a 12 month old bitch, yourself?
scary that you know my previous posts so well. :shock:

For your information (although I don't see why I should have to explain myself to someone like you) I have read the Furians reasons for mating her bitch young and IMO it seems plausible enough to me, thank you.

I personally would not mate a bitch younger than two - but peoples circumstances can be different as in this particular case.

Added to that - don't you think GWdoodles, that the pics clearly display a much loved and extremely well cared for MUM and pups ? ..... perhaps you might like to divert your attentions to the genuinely bad breeders out there - and there are plenty of them ! :evil:

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Re: Our First New litter of Blues???

Post by Anna Costaire » 09 Sep 2007, 11:05

Again I say what beautiful pups. Please keep the pics coming, you have many friends on here who enjoy seeing pics of happy healthy Mum's and contented pups.

Anna and M x
Thank you for ten and a half years of love, loyalty and happiness. 14/2/04-5/8/14.
R.I.P my sweet girl - always in my heart. xx

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Re: Our First New litter of Blues???

Post by gilly39 » 09 Sep 2007, 11:23

Might be a good idea to start a new thread with all these yummy mummy pictures... get away from all the negativity on this thread.. I for one am scared to look now but dont want to miss out on progress... :D

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Re: Our First New litter of Blues???

Post by Furians » 09 Sep 2007, 12:39

Good idea,
so i have check it out on gen discussion
http://labradoodle.org.uk/forum/viewtop ... f=1&t=4232
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Re: Our First New litter of Blues???

Post by Sharon » 09 Sep 2007, 14:16

good idea !

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Re: Our First New litter of Blues???

Post by Katie Rourke » 09 Sep 2007, 19:47

Lovely lovely pics Furians!

Can you tell me more about those collars please? Have you used them before? Can the puppies tear them off at a later date? Do you have to keep replacing them? I'm genuinely interested - I used Nail Polish on top of Tippex last year, which was effective, but had to be replaced regularly when the pups got bigger and more playful.
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Re: Our First New litter of Blues???

Post by kATE » 10 Sep 2007, 00:30

Katie Rourke wrote:Lovely lovely pics Furians!

Can you tell me more about those collars please? Have you used them before? Can the puppies tear them off at a later date? Do you have to keep replacing them? I'm genuinely interested - I used Nail Polish on top of Tippex last year, which was effective, but had to be replaced regularly when the pups got bigger and more playful.
I've seen those collars for sae on Ebay ,I was thinking about getting some for Maizees litter , But not sure how practical they are :?

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