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Our new Bordeaux pup.

Discussion in 'Dog Photo Galleries' started by stuh, Jul 31, 2011.


  1. stuh

    stuh PetForums Member

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    Doesnt ring a bell but could well be related.

    Cheers
    No intentions to show him as never done it before.He was purely brought as a pet.
     
  2. stuh

    stuh PetForums Member

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    Few updated pics of him,he is growing like a weed!!
    Weighed in at 13.5 kilos last week.10 weeks old now

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  3. PennyH

    PennyH PetForums Senior

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    What an adorable pup...
    I met one the other day in PAH - her name was AMY (after Amy Winehouse)

    Dave and Amy - brilliant names for such cute but soon to be huge dogs!
     
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    me and my pets PetForums Junior

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    He's a handsom boy. I bet he'll be huge when he's fully grown!
     
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    stuh PetForums Member

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    Cheers both,yep we reckon he will be big lad.
     
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    ballybee PetForums VIP

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    awwww....he's getting big :D

    It doesn't help my puppy broodiness though :rolleyes:
     
  7. stuh

    stuh PetForums Member

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    Lol you know you need one!
     
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    SHHH :p I can't get another dog for a while but Dave isn't helping :smilewinkgrin:

    Out of curiosity, when he's fully grown what sort of time will he need exercised?? I know as a pup you have to be extra careful but i have no idea how much exercise an adult needs (all for future reference ;) )
     
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    stuh PetForums Member

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    They don't need huge amounts. Couple of walks a day would be fine.
     
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    Tummel gets about 1-2 hours a day(usually a couple of walks and some time playing in the garden) so a ddb would fit in fine here :)

    We do have the occasional extra long walk such as afternoons at the beach, days fishing etc but theres plenty of time for Tummel to sit and have a break(not that he does often), the longest day we've had so far was the scone game fair, we were there from 9am to 6pm, probably 3 hours of that was stationary through things like sitting watching events/waiting for OH to come away from stalls/ eating etc and we had an hour in the middle of the day where we sat under a tree and relaxed(saw a neopolitan mastiff...cheesy peeps what a beast!!!) then another hour spent playing in the river Tay with the dogs(we were with OH's friend and Tummels best friend Keiller) so they could cool down :smilewinkgrin: So we actually spent about 4-5 hours letting the dogs rest(we actually left the fair at 5...but stood in the car parking field and chatted while Tummel and Keiller played). Saw everything from pugs to the neo mastiff to huskies...no DDB though :confused: i'll bet they were all there on the Friday :p

    I think....you should just send me Dave ;) Then i wouldn't be so puppy broody anymore!!!
     
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    stuh PetForums Member

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    :DWould love to let you have him but sadly your to far away lol:p
     
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    awww bummer!!! :p We drove past a DDB in a garden tonight...typical me i wasn't even looking but my OH saw it and almost had a heart attack he was so chuffed :D
     
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    stuh PetForums Member

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    Lol...:D they are certainly eye catching dogs!
     
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    Oh so beautiful! I just want to smoosh that lovely face!
     
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    stuh PetForums Member

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    :D cheers it's quite smooshable!
     
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    Totally adorable and such an expressive face....must melt the hardest of hearts:)
     
  17. stuh

    stuh PetForums Member

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    Cheers verity. Yeah he certainly does that!
     
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    He is sooooo gorgeous - there is one that lives down our road and he's a bruiser but the biggest softy - just one with a head like a basketball!!
     
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    :DThanks..they usually are big old gentle giants.They have a lovely nature.
     
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    I cant believe I missed these pics!!! How smoochable is that puppy????:001_tt1:
     
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