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Old 07-09-2023, 03:16 PM   #11
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Lucky enough to meet up with these little beauties today (minus Bridget of course) and they really are as gorgeous in real life as in the pictures a great credit to you Gordon and Melissa. Hope the two remaining ones find great homes and I am sure you will vet any new owners very carefully. Love little Pumpkin and am sure she will settle in with Moss and Smudge just fine. xx
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Old 08-09-2023, 08:39 AM   #12
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Old 08-09-2023, 08:41 AM   #13
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Well this is spot or should I say was spot as he went to his new home last night.
He is one lucky little pup as he is going to live very close to his sister Bridget and will get to see her every day.
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How lovely that he'll be living so near to Bridget. Dare I ask what his new name is?

Mary, how lovely to get puppy cuddles. It must also be nice to visit your browns and know how well looked after they are.
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Old 08-09-2023, 10:22 AM   #15
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Well I have just found out he is staying sooty.
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New owner so lucky to have him he is a proper little star. xx
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Well I have just found out he is staying sooty.
Nice they decided to keep your name.
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Nice they decided to keep your name.
He seems to of settled in like he owns the place so I've been told.
The lady has two other big dogs which one just ignores him and the other which is some huge hairy cross is his best friend.
The lady sent me a few pics of him cuddled up with his new friend and you can hardly see him the other one is so big.
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That's cute. Great they've accepted his presence so quickly.
How has Smudge been with them going? I remember how Chester's mum said her goodbyes to him. Luckily he wasn't the first so she understood but I think there's a sense of relief as well as a whole litter can be quite boisterous for the poor mum.
The breeder and her daughter were very emotional and had interviewed people to ensure they were suitable.
The original names they had were fab. Chester was originally "Dave"
He was the biggest of the litter and would barge his way through his siblings to get to the milk. He's an absolute Mummy and Daddy's boy now though. Totally laid back and a snuggler.
When we rescued Lottie and brought her home, we got the side-eye like he was asking why on earth we'd brought a dog into the house!!!
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Well as smart as smudge is I don't think she can count as when they are ready to leave we send her out in the garden to chase something and when she comes in her child has gone.
Up to know it has worked and she doesn't seem bothered.
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