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Post by Springfield » 10 Feb 2010, 21:07

Weaning has started with litter two this week! :1963: Rose's face in the first picture says it all!!

The pups have grown soooooooo much and there is hardly enough room for them all, especially as Rose refuses to lie down for them. :( Well, they do now have teeth! :2008:
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Look how well they fitted when they were first born just over three weeks ago :2090:
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Auntie Miss does here best to help with the cleaning up and Rose is only too delighted to let her. :2063:

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Post by tosca100 » 10 Feb 2010, 21:11

Beautiful pics. :love5:

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Post by rhoda4 » 10 Feb 2010, 22:01

Hi Sue

Beautiful photos of Rose and her babies. Lovely to see Missy, too.

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Post by Lins » 10 Feb 2010, 22:27

Wow, they have grown. Great pics. I'm sure Rosie can't wait to go to her forever home and start being a puppy herself again.
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Post by mollysmum » 10 Feb 2010, 23:06

can not believe how much they have grown, Rosie looks really fed up with the whole puppy feeding thing in the first picture and its good to see that Aunt Missy does the baby sitting while mum has a rest. A good job done by all.
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Post by Glenys » 10 Feb 2010, 23:07

They look great poor Rosie thos sharp teeth ouch
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Post by Ann Mee » 10 Feb 2010, 23:29

O'h good grief those puppies are huge! They've grown so much. She's got a similar face to Grayse's a week or two ago. SHe's doing so well bless her. Isn't Missy being an absolute treasure with them too.

Great pictures of them all :love5: :love5: :love5:

Lovely picture of Zac too, what a handsome fella he is with his smiley face! :love2: :love2:

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Post by natty » 10 Feb 2010, 23:30

Poor Rosie :2006:

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Post by Mad Maisie » 11 Feb 2010, 09:32

Great photos!!! Missy is a real gem as is Rosie :love5: :love5: :love5:

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Post by rhoda4 » 11 Feb 2010, 10:36

Ann Mee wrote:O'h good grief those puppies are huge! They've grown so much. She's got a similar face to Grayse's a week or two ago. SHe's doing so well bless her. Isn't Missy being an absolute treasure with them too.

Great pictures of them all :love5: :love5: :love5:

Lovely picture of Zac too, what a handsome fella he is with his smiley face! :love2: :love2:

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Post by Emma T » 11 Feb 2010, 10:37

Oh they are so gorgeous, Rose's face! Bless her, I think she is feeling the same way her sister did now! I love the pic of your dog too Sue. :love5:
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Post by Blakey » 11 Feb 2010, 10:42

Those cheeky little puppies are growing sooooo quickly. :love5:

Rose's face says it all really ! and look at Missy - she is still as gorgeous as ever. :love2:

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Post by mollie » 11 Feb 2010, 18:22

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Post by Emma T » 11 Feb 2010, 18:26

Hi Ann

I did not make the connection about Zac being one of Missy's pups - how lovely! Obviously she hasn't forgotten her maternal instincts :love2: . Your boy is absolutely gorgeous :love5: !
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Post by Melliott » 11 Feb 2010, 23:37

Ah what lovely pics, the puppies are growing sooo fast. Poor Rosie, my heart goes out to her, just a pup herself. It makes me think how bad it must be for the breeding bitches, bred from time and time again and as Glenys says puppies, teeth ad feeding - must be agony. Rosie is being well looked after, especially with Aunty Missie helping out - the breeding farm bitches don't have that luxury.

Thank you Sue for sharing the pics and looking after Rosie and her puppies - lovely.

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