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Why does this have to happened right now?

Discussion in 'Dog Chat' started by Emmastace, Apr 21, 2011.


  1. Emmastace

    Emmastace PetForums VIP

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    As some of you may know, I am debating getting a companion for Mia. I need to have her issues sorted and will take advice from our behaviourist as to the best time or if at all. Anyway, I have been keeping my eye out for a suitable slightly older boy on rescue sites but, still can't help myself, I look at pups too.
    Just found a litter that are ready mid May. Some really lovely dogs in the breeding lines, KC accredited breeder, health tested (Dad 0/0 hips, Mum2/2), the exact 'look' that I like. Both Mum and Dad have the heads and bone that I have always looked for. Only 2 hours drive away so I could visit easily. There are two beautiful boys still available.
    I am itching to email but know it could go horribly wrong. Part of me is hoping if I leave it a few days they will both have been promised to other people and then I will have to leave it.
    Why does this happen and the perfect pup comes up at the wrong time?
     
  2. 912142

    912142 PetForums VIP

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    You know the saying 'what's for you - won't go by you' I obviously don't know the background to Mia but she is present and other pups will come along. (sorry probably not the response you wanted) :)
     
  3. kat&molly

    kat&molly PetForums VIP

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    Has the behaviourist said it would be a bad for Mia, if you went ahead now?
    What breed are they?
     
  4. frodos_electric_guitar

    frodos_electric_guitar PetForums Member

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    See what the behaviourist says, you never know it might not be the wrong time :) Keep us updated.
     
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