Discussion in 'Introductions' started by Leanne82, Apr 15, 2018.
We are in sunny (ha!) Telford!
Welcome from me, Wispa (6) and Tuppence (4). Looking forward to hearing more about your puppy, especially when you know which one is yours.
I visited Trench and was sick on a swing in Ironbridge. I lived in Stourbridge but often went to bridgenorth Telford and areas around there. It's a wonderful place to live.
Ok so if I’ve done this right (you never know!) here are the two most recent photos of Maslow! 4 weeks old today!
Ooh I did it!! Thanks @snowbunny for the technical post! #genius!
Naaaaw what a little sweetheart
Awwww - lovely!
Welcome @Leanne82 and little Maslow!
He's absolutely gorgeous! Don't forget to love, love, love him , no matter what. Also keep the faith! Your little sweetheart will turn into a little monster and eventually into a beautiful companion who you can be truly proud of, given the right upbringing. The first year is really important. Then you get a really lovely dog (who is still a bit of a work in progress) but totally loveable, in my experience.Welcome to Labradorland!
Hello and welcome to you both from Fred, Annie and me. He is so gorgeous, I can't wait to hear more about him.
We are going to finally meet him on Friday! It feels like such a long journey... waiting to see if mum was pregnant, then the never ending pregnancy and now he’s 5 weeks old!!!!
3 weeks on Friday we pick him up and he starts his new life... my little boy is literally sitting by the calendar counting off the days lol
So received this picture from the breeder today... my little piglet is the one that is twice the size of the others... sigh, I have a lifetime of counter surfing ahead of me don’t I?
Yes you do but it's still aarrrrrr from me.
You won’t be saying that in 3 weeks time when the puplet comes home and in on here everyday complaining that he’s eaten the house!
Just the house................
Oh god, please don’t. I keep looking at the amount of things my kids (me) leave lying around...
You'll all soon learn think of it a a way to develop tidying skills.
You have got a crate, haven't you... for the children if the puppy doesn't take to it!