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Discussion in 'After Hours Lounge (Off Topic)' started by TonyD, Mar 20, 2009.
So, how many of those beautiful puppies are you keeping?
We're sure we kept the best 2.
Kally is the runt and she doesn't know anything other then how to be adorable.
she has also learned how to be mischeivous. as she doesn't understand what bad is yet even though we've tried to get her to understand that eating a box of tissues is not a good idea.
Harry is just sort of a goofball.
Looks a little weird.
his front half is bigger then the back half, looks like a body builder
who forgot to do his lower body.
My neighbors rent from "no pets allowed" people. But they were buying a house that would be ready in October. They went ahead and got a cute little mini-pincher/terrier. But now they won't be in a house until early next year. The thing is the size of a chiwawa. They weren't aware that puppies have to be trained in all sorts of ways before you can keep them in the house unattended. So they leave this tiny little dog outside to the elements. They also didn't realize how little time they have to give this attention-craving doggie. Really kind of sad. Their little boy likes to throw the dog in the their little swimming pool. And this guys brother nearly hit the dog one day while I was yelling at him to watch out. That was something I didn't want to see and the jerk ignored me. Luckily the little pup keeps going day to day...somehow. She's pretty smart for such a tiny little dog.
I've allowed her to have a second home at my place. When I come home I have to stop the car to let her in with me becuase she gets real excited when I get home. She'll play with Scooter and me. She plays a similar "try to take this thing from me" game that made Goldie so happy. Very sweet little dog. And...well, what I'm getting at is: Is there prison time involved with a dog knapping case? Hahahaha! Hell, I don't really need to do anything. Recently "Squirt", as I call her because she squirts when she gets excited, brought her supper dish and her bed over to my house. They do feed her good...not mean folks, except for the brother who just doesn't really care. They just don't have time for her. Neither do I but I find it anyway.
I'll post a picture soon.
"Our dog had puppies pt. 2"
Originally Posted by TonyD
mike check out my facebook page and yes the remedy is in the works.
these pups are smaller then the first 6 and mostly no distinctive features.
Anyone know a way to mark them so we know what one is what?
We need to keep track of who is gaining or losing wieght
Lots of breeders are still using the toenail polish trick, Tony. Different colors/same toenails for different pups...or same color/different toenails for different pups.
the polish idea is a good one except the toenails are still super tiny, we''l take a look at it.
I would think they are too young/small for collars of any kind.
Let me ask my wife if she knows of any other ideas in vogue.
She says those are the primary ideas out there...but most find that collars are too cumbersome (and potentially dangerous) for dogs that small.
Some people say to use ribbon as collars, but, frankly, that seems even more dangerous to me as I think it would be even more of a choking/chewing hazard (and risk getting caught on things).
I guess the toenail polish is probably the most common idea out there.
we did polish.
Holly wanted to put a piece of yarn around their neck but I nixed that really fast, too risky.