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Barbara
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Post by Barbara » 07 Feb 2007, 21:59

Do they come in matching pairs ?

Sharon
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Post by Sharon » 07 Feb 2007, 22:11

Hi Barbara, some puppet breeders will allow you to take two puppets from the same litter, but to be honest it is probably not advisable - very often you find that the puppets will form a very strong bond with each other and less of a bond with you, which can make training more difficult. :lol:

Logan doodle
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Post by Logan doodle » 07 Feb 2007, 22:53

Would you consider a first time puppet owner? We also have children, would this be a problem?
Thanks

itsmeisitu2
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Post by itsmeisitu2 » 07 Feb 2007, 23:25

Sharon wrote:Hi Barbara, some puppet breeders will allow you to take two puppets from the same litter, but to be honest it is probably not advisable - very often you find that the puppets will form a very strong bond with each other and less of a bond with you, which can make training more difficult. :lol:

also when in pairs one tends to get lost in the wash cycle :? :? :? which in turn has a devastaing effect on the remailing sock puppet
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itsmeisitu2
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Post by itsmeisitu2 » 07 Feb 2007, 23:27

Logan doodle wrote:Would you consider a first time puppet owner? We also have children, would this be a problem?
Thanks

sock puppets love children , they really enjoy makin puppet theatres etc , ideally tho maybe start with a finger puppet and progress slowly to the larger breed glove or sock puppet :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Sharon
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Post by Sharon » 08 Feb 2007, 09:47

itsmeisitu2 wrote:
Sharon wrote:Hi Barbara, some puppet breeders will allow you to take two puppets from the same litter, but to be honest it is probably not advisable - very often you find that the puppets will form a very strong bond with each other and less of a bond with you, which can make training more difficult. :lol:

also when in pairs one tends to get lost in the wash cycle :? :? :? which in turn has a devastaing effect on the remailing sock puppet
That is very true Donna - I think Kay's delinquent puppet was bought as part of a pair and his brother got lost in the wash :( Hence why he went off the rails. :roll:

fish
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Post by fish » 08 Feb 2007, 21:46

I've been turned down as a prospective owner for ole Goofy..
apparently it's because I only ever wear sandles, and mentioned that I thought he'd make a wonderful leg-warmer.
:lol:
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itsmeisitu2
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Post by itsmeisitu2 » 09 Feb 2007, 00:06

lmfao fish
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Sharon
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Post by Sharon » 16 Feb 2007, 11:56

fish wrote:I've been turned down as a prospective owner for ole Goofy..
apparently it's because I only ever wear sandles, and mentioned that I thought he'd make a wonderful leg-warmer.
:lol:
LMAO, perhaps if you went for a finger puppet, you would have more luck - no risk that he/she may end up as a leg warmer. :lol:

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