Introducing Biscuit

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Introducing Biscuit

Post by clairey » 27 Sep 2007, 12:33

Hi all, have been watching this site for a few months now, and finally decided to join.
We had been looking for a dog for a long time, but just didnt know what breed to get bearing in mind we have 3 kids aged 3,10 and 12 and 3 cats. After lots of reading and investigation we finally decided on a Labradoodle.
And wow what a wonderful addition to the family, Biscuit was born in April this year and has been an absolute pleasure, he has been so good, house trained really easy, no crying at night (even on the 1st night) and we feel as though he has been with us forever, so easy to train. I never realised how attached you can become to dogs, having always had cats before.
I am so impressed how he is with the kids, (and the cats to a certain extent!!!!) the kids can do absolutely anything to him and he just takes it in his stride.
He is now nearly 6 months old and absolutely huge, but we wanted a big dog. He loves terrorising the cats, but they have learnt to take it in their stride (most of the time)
Have been trying to put some pics on but cant work out how to do it, so any hints would be helpful.
Looking forward to chatting to you all, it appears to be a really friendly site

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Re: Introducing Biscuit

Post by Kath » 27 Sep 2007, 13:09

Hi welcome to the site.

I think you need to open a photobucket or flickr account and then post your photos that way.

Kath

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Re: Introducing Biscuit

Post by clairey » 27 Sep 2007, 13:13

Hi cheers for that, will give it a go now

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Re: Introducing Biscuit

Post by Deb R » 27 Sep 2007, 13:23

Hi Claire and welcome to the site

We are a very friendly bunch on here, can't wait to see pic's of Biscuit what a cool name.

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Re: Introducing Biscuit

Post by clairey » 27 Sep 2007, 13:32

When we brought him home the kids decided he looked like a custard cream!!!!

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Re: Introducing Biscuit

Post by clairey » 27 Sep 2007, 13:58

:o iv done it, can someone please let me know if it works, cant believe it was that easy, there should now be some pics of my big baby boy!!!!!

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Kath
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Re: Introducing Biscuit

Post by Kath » 27 Sep 2007, 15:23

Aaagh, my stupid office IT department wont let me view Photobucket accounts any more.

I'll have a goggle when I get home :lol:

Kath

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Post by Bid » 27 Sep 2007, 15:54

He's lovely! Such a gentle face and long long legs!
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Re: Introducing Biscuit

Post by Judy Shelton » 27 Sep 2007, 16:05

I can't seee them :!: :!: Wail moan howl :!: What am I doing wrong :?: :? :? :?
Anyhow welcome to the site. I'm sure you'll find it fun and very interesting.

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Re: Introducing Biscuit

Post by GUNNER » 27 Sep 2007, 16:18

Judy, copy and paste the link into your browser, then you can see the little cutie :D

Clairey, the link in your sig can't be a different colour, leave it at the default colour, then everyone can click it :D

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Re: Introducing Biscuit

Post by Donna » 27 Sep 2007, 16:35

Hi, welcome to you and Biscuit, what a gorgeous boy :P

Poppy was also born in April so they are very similar in age.

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Re: Introducing Biscuit

Post by clairey » 27 Sep 2007, 16:56

Hopefully now everyone can see the photos, he has got very long legs, think he gonna end up as a horse in disguise!!!!!!!!
Does anyone know at what age they stop growing?

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Re: Introducing Biscuit

Post by EmLovesLabradooldes » 27 Sep 2007, 16:59

Wot a cute puppy. Luv the name!
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Re: Introducing Biscuit

Post by becky.q » 27 Sep 2007, 17:11

Welcome to the site. Biscuit is lovely, he looks just like Daisy did when she was younger.

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Re: Introducing Biscuit

Post by Ali Cat » 27 Sep 2007, 17:13

I was told they stop growing at 18 months but they are at 80% of their size by 7-8 months.

So be prepared for more growth - we reckon we ended up with a Labradonkey! :lol:
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