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Postby pitbullmamaliz » December 7th, 2009, 11:09 am

I just love her facial markings!
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Postby mnp13 » December 7th, 2009, 11:54 am

She's cute!

But the trainer in me cringed at your pictures. No matter how great they are acting, please don't eat or have any food around them together for a while. Until she passes her "honeymoon period" you won't really know her personality - usually about three months - and she or Buddy could decide that your sandwich is worth guarding, even if they know it is not theirs... and that could mean the beginning of life long crate and rotate.
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Postby TheRedQueen » December 7th, 2009, 12:09 pm

mnp13 wrote:She's cute!

But the trainer in me cringed at your pictures. No matter how great they are acting, please don't eat or have any food around them together for a while. Until she passes her "honeymoon period" you won't really know her personality - usually about three months - and she or Buddy could decide that your sandwich is worth guarding, even if they know it is not theirs... and that could mean the beginning of life long crate and rotate.


Ditto...to all of it.

I also don't give new dogs furniture privileges until they've earned them...esp. while I'm eating.
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Postby pitsnok » December 7th, 2009, 1:33 pm

She is so gorgeous. And really sounds like she will be a wonderful addition to your home in no time. Our dogs STILL (after nine months of having Harlow) drive us crazy with their incessant, noisy playing. But we wanted a second dog for Degan's sake, so we have to remind ourselves of that from time to time.

I agree with everyone else, I love her markings.
I look forward to seeing more pictures!
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Postby Brownies Mom » December 8th, 2009, 10:48 pm

A-Jay and Remy still play like crazy, but it has calmed down some from the way it was the first couple of weeks they were together. It was just ridiculously wild at first. :shock:
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Postby jnreem » December 9th, 2009, 12:26 am

Thanks everyone.. she is a perfect match for Buddy, they have been playing tug a war ever since buddy shoved a toy in her face lol He still doesn't know when to leave her alone though but they are starting to tire there selves out and pass out next to each other it's pretty cute. Buddy wakes up when he hears anyone move in the morning and normally we let him out of his crate and he goes right downstairs to go out but now he comes to my bedroom door where bella's crate is at and sits at my door.. he has a new girlfriend ;) I will take some better pictures of them soon!

ps: I have never had a female dog so I got her a pink collar! :) i love it!
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