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Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Beebuks, Jun 20, 2010.


  1. Beebuks

    Beebuks PetForums Member

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    Only one week to go until we pick up Roger - am so excited - vet appointment booked... check..... puppy training classes booked....check.... annual leave for two weeks booked.... check....toys and treats bought....check.....blanket bought..... check.... collar bought.... just need to buy him a bed / crate (can't decide which route to go), food and water bowls and a lead!!
     
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    pika PetForums VIP

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    Have fun shopping for him.

    Eek you must be so excited (we are in the same situation here LOL)!

    :thumbup: :thumbup:

    What breed is he??
     
  3. Freyja

    Freyja PetForums VIP

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    Thats 3 of us now on a countdown to new arrivals.


    I am slightly luckier as I wont have to wait for vacinations to be done. Willow will be able to go staright out for walks as he is having is second jab this week by the time we get home next sunday he will be ok to go out for walks. He will be 10 weeks old and has stayed his breeder as she lives 200 miles from me and has kept him until I get my annual holiday from work so we can spend some time with her. She is a friend of mine.
     
  4. Beebuks

    Beebuks PetForums Member

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    What is he? That's so exciting... is it you who is coming to Great Yarmouth to get him? I live in Norfolk!! We are getting ours from Suffolk! I have taken annual leave to spend time with him too, which is also really exciting.
     
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    Oh thats fantastic that you'll be able to walk your little one straight away!

    WOW thats really far! I'm going from London to Chesterfield for my little one (one and a half hour by train), so not bad at all!
     
  6. Beebuks

    Beebuks PetForums Member

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    I am such a doofus - just seen your post about your new arrival clearly stating that you are coming to GY to get him!! Apologies!
     
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    Yes it is me my friend lives in Great Yarmouth so we will be spending a few days with her as we don't see her very often. She also bred Willow we are aking the twins with us as they are a bit rowdy and can get to know him in my friends big garden and it will give us chance to introduce them to the sea.
     
  8. Beebuks

    Beebuks PetForums Member

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    only 6 sleeps....
     
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    taf PetForums Newbie

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    Make the most of the 'sleeps'!!! We picked our little ESS up on friday, he is gorgeous but comes alive at night!!!!!!!!!:)
     
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