Lovely Wavey coated puppies

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Labradorable
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Re: Lovely Wavey coated puppies

Post by Labradorable » 11 Nov 2007, 00:21

freedom wrote:
I hadn't seen that thread about the F1's before, makes for interesting reading doesn't it.
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Sharon & Loubeale, My concern is to find these puppies the best possible homes, I have no need to justify myself to you, did you truely believe that I did not expect a reaction from you.
I am at home every day if you wish to come and meet me in person and then you may judge me with conviction but I am very pleased that you agree that they are lovely puppies, thank you :D .
Actually Debs it was me who said that about the F1 thread, not Sharon or Lou Beale. That thread was posted at a time when I was completely offline for several weeks due to illness so I hadn't read it before :?

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Re: Lovely Wavey coated puppies

Post by Sharon » 11 Nov 2007, 14:40

freedom wrote:
I hadn't seen that thread about the F1's before, makes for interesting reading doesn't it.
:roll:
Sharon & Loubeale, My concern is to find these puppies the best possible homes, I have no need to justify myself to you, did you truely believe that I did not expect a reaction from you.
I am at home every day if you wish to come and meet me in person and then you may judge me with conviction but I am very pleased that you agree that they are lovely puppies, thank you :D .
I feel justified in making the comment Freedom since you have said in the past that you had bred a litter of F1's quite some time ago, but that you were very disappointed with their coats and so it wasn't for you - plus your comments in the Cross we bear thread and your letter to the doggy paper ... so I was just surprised that you had gone ahead and bred a litter of F1's yourself, that is all. :D Nevertheless, anyone can have a change of heart so I wasn't being nasty, just curious.

Thanks for the kind offer to come and meet you but unfortunately my time is very limited. (which is why I rarely post these days) .

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Re: Lovely Wavey coated puppies

Post by Hermione » 11 Nov 2007, 15:20

Cruella is amazing! can you give a rough idea of how much will you be charging for her pups will they be around the £2000 price like the pure aussie ones ?

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Re: Lovely Wavey coated puppies

Post by Katie Rourke » 11 Nov 2007, 16:39

Cruella is amazing, no doubt she'll have equally amazing pups. What are the chances that they be parti-coloured like their dam? Is it a dominant gene?

Can I also point out while I'm here that I'm me and I own a dog called Hermione, I don't post here as Hermione and the post immediately prior to this is not mine...
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