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Old 08-16-21, 06:40 AM
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Talking New member of family

OK, I've been fighting the urge to brag and show off my new puppy, but I succumbed. Besides I need to get away from my DIY jobs and need a diversion. Here with is Junebug. An Old Scotch Collie breed (you know, the typical Lassie of TV fame, "Timmy in well" ).

Junebug (1st pic) and her sibling brother Magnus (2nd and 3rd pic) resting after a hard session of fighting, biting and chasing each other.




 
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Old 08-16-21, 07:31 AM
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Aw, how cute! ❤
 
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Old 08-16-21, 11:07 AM
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Beautiful animals in those pictures, I love puppies too! Best of luck with your new partner. I have a strong desire to get another family member at times since we lost our last one 2 years ago, BUT losing one is just too hard to deal with for us so I'm afraid we are going to be dog less for the foreseeable future.
 
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Old 08-16-21, 12:20 PM
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Puppy cuteness is always the best, no matter what kind of dog.
I thought the same when we lost our Border Collie about 2 years ago. Said I would never get another one. Circumstances change. In this case two things. Due to Covid lockdown I think the Mrs. needed something to take her mind off things (hope it's not too late) and the fact that these pups are being bread from our daughter.
 
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Old 08-17-21, 06:05 AM
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Puppy and Kitty Cuteness is ALWAYS a welcome diversion~!!!~

Your wee puppy is adorable, I adore Rough Collies but you don't see as many as you used to in the US.

Keep us updated with Junebug's growing up

Cheers~!!!~
 
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Old 08-17-21, 01:16 PM
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Rough Collies but you don't see as many as you used to in the US.
That's what my Daughter said. In fact she is perhaps one of two or three on the East Coast who will breed them. In this case a more detailed description is "Old Scotch Collie". Not the most popular type of dog. This was her first try. She may do it again in a few months. At least she made some money on them. She gave three away to family (I paid her, I don't think her siblings did . Parents tend to do that ) and managed to sell the other three.

We thought our puppy might have a urinary infection. Not uncommon for female puppies. Daughter wrote a script for us and sent it to our local pharmacy. $54.00 . She was piddling all over the floor (the dog, not the daughter, LOL) and not even realizing it. But right now she seems to be fine. So vet daughter said to hold off and see what happens over the next couple days.

Just had her first bath. Super fluffy.


Don't mean to turn this into a pet forum, but how about others post some of their pets? I'd like to see them.
 
 

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