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Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Rott lover, Aug 21, 2018.
I know what I said but I have to share
What a perfect place for a rottie to live
It looks really lovely and those grounds look amazing , Ideal for Rotties to run around in
Wow it looks lovely and surrounded by all those beautiful trees!
Ooooooooh how lovely - I think (in time) you’d fit at least 2 Rotties in your new home
Oh look at you in your posh house! Well jel!
What a lovely house and I’m sure you will have fun updating it and making it yours (along with a couple of rotties of course). Great dog garden too
Thank you all. I love this house and I would love to have 3 or 4 Rotties but I don't think the money is going to be there to do that. Once we get the fence put in we will at least have one for sure. Once we settle in and see what kind of money we have then maybe another. This is almost exactly where I wanted to be. Small subdivision with about 20 houses and all with huge yards and way out in the country in a very safe area. We even have a sheriff living around the corner. I cant wait to get to the closing date.
so much to do so much to do. Getting inspection set up and signing paperwork in double triple quadruple and more. Have to figure out when to get electric and cable switched over and there is the chore to switch my address on every single thing of mine and have the address changed at the post office. Then packing and moving and painting and setting everything and arranging ugggg my minds going to explode.
But just think of the end goal .... a handsome Rottie of your own
Dexter was just wondering, prior to packing his bags, are you going to be installing a large paddling pool? - he's asking for a friend obviously......
This is the one thing that has drivin me even when I wanted to give up. There is still a long path to having a new rottie however as law states we have to have a full fence and with winter right around the corner that is not going to happen this year. we need to get settled in and we are hoping to have Christmas at our house for the first time this year which is one of our goals so there is just so much to do and so little time to do it. Painting packing moving unpacking cleaning the list is endless it seems. I just feel under such a crunch but nothing I can do until the 20th.
Tell Dexters friend that there will be a full swimming pool in the next couple of years.Even before that we always have a kiddie pool out there for dogs to play in.
I don't know the back story to any of this but I was just wondering if you lived in the olden days?
Does he wear chaps and spurs?
Caveat - I'm not trying to offend anyone it was just the first thing that popped into my head when I read that.
I love the space you've got outside
made me laugh......Here we have different branches in law enforcement.local police,county sheriff and state trooper.local can only patrol their jurisdiction or city of origin and sheriff can patrol entire county and then state can run through entire state.
Make the most of the rest now then before all hell breaks loose on 20th
Seriously though, decorate the room everyone will see (and then maybe your own bedroom so you are not sleeping in fumes) and then its ready to move in .... so what if it doesnt get completely decorated before Christmas. No one will care
Then as soon as the ground isn't frozen solid the fence can go up .... and then you can start looking Will you be looking at a puppy or adult rescue ?