7 surprises. (pics)
:o3 :o3 :o3 congratulations ! what a bunch of cuties :o3 :o3 :o3 :o3 hope you have plenty of dog food ,'cause shes gonna eat like a gannet now :P
Thanks! As you can see in the 5th picture down, we have plenty of dog food! :shock:
I noticed that!
Congratulations on the babies. are you going to sell them?
Thanks. :) And why yes we are, $600 each. We can ship if you happen to know anybody...
They are adorable!!! Congrats!! :HB
We have a Bullet and a Diego too!! Only they are both horses. :D
Oh how wonderful for you :bday --
playing with puppies the first couple of months of life is so much fun.... :X :X :X
Gorgeous puppies - you will have to keep us updated though :D
Will do--the next pictures that I'll post will be when their eyes open. :)
You are very lucky to have got away with it...as I said at the time it is not something I would have done.
I think also you are going to find the market has shrunk quite considerably, I was considering getting a Min Schnauzer but I am shelving the idea as a litter advertised locally, normally selling for £600.00 dropped the price and STILL has all the puppies!!!
I think Collies will probably stay popular as for some reason people seem to think they come ready trained (Oh YES...Dog trainer here, I was, seriously, told this by a woman in my puppy class...there was no need to correct her puppy's behaviour as it would grow up and just naturally do what she wanted!!!!) but just keep an eye on the market place...it is going to get a lot worse before it gets better!
Yes we were lucky. And I find that comment about collies very true :lol: some people crack me up. :roll:
A Parelli trainer I used to share a barn with told one of my students that Tennessee Walkers don't need to be trained -- you just get on and ride them. This "trainer" was always trying to steal my students but luckily only one middle-aged mom rider was gullible enough to fall for it.
Oh, and the TWH lesson horse that had just been pulled out of the field after being a broodmare only for years... bucked some kid off. Tackless. In the round pen. 'Cause that's what a Parelli lesson is all about.
Wow, I digressed.
I believe our stallion was "parellied"...everytime I accidently do something that falls into a parelli-type movement, he wigs out. :shock: Needless to say, I am "enthralled" (NOT!) with all things parelli... :hammer
On another note, the gal who is bringing us the older mare has been trying to do parelli with a son of our stallion--she had called us for help in understanding the mindset of this bloodline, since we have a fair dose of it in our own herd. Her complaint--after a time or two of doing one of the parelli games, he starts to ignore her, refuses to engage in the game, etc., and looks at her like he's bored silly. :laugh1 Gotta love smart horses.
Haha, I love smart horses!
New pictures of the pups! They were 6 weeks on Monday, which was also when I took the following pics. They are turning out lovely. :)
Here is the dad, Banjo
And here is the mom, Slick
I do not want a puppy, I do not want a puppy... :lol:
Oh yesssss youuuu dooooooooo!! ;) :lol:
I'm just glad you live sooooo far away. That helps. ;)
Have you never heard of airplanes? ;) :rofl
Airplanes? Surely they're just a myth.
Heee, dogs from the US have to be at least 9 months old to be imported into NZ...so I'm safe! :laugh1