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dougtamjj
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September 16, 2009 1:16 am  

Ugh. No cropping. I want them to be family members not chop off body parts. I do think they have to be younger to do that anyway. Three of my rotties were born with cropped tails. I wondered if that is because their tails have been cropped for so long that it is genetic now.

Names? I think we will meet them first. But please continue with the suggestions. Hubby still likes Mocko and Jumbie.

These dogs will be JJ companions if they have the proper temperament. We obedience train all of our dogs except the horrible teacup poodle we have. She is cute as a button but mean as a snake.


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aussie
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September 16, 2009 1:39 am  

Glad to hear that, dougtamjj ! Cropping is usually done at 2 to 5 days, I think. At this point, those tails are pretty well formed.

I'm so glad that the puppies will have a great home. Give 'em a butt scratches and belly rubs for me.


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Trade
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September 16, 2009 11:15 am  

The ears are done later but I'm glad you're not going to do that.

~Trade~


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Betty
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September 16, 2009 1:29 pm  

I agree, its like giving a child plastic surgery. They're beautiful the way they are born. I had one really great doberman growning up, she was wicked smart. More so then most humans. They can be wonderful pets and definitely great protection. Give them lots of socialization early on though.


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dougtamjj
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September 16, 2009 1:39 pm  

We will Betty. Thanks.


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September 17, 2009 4:15 pm  

I like "Barnes and Noble".


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