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Juliejoyful

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  1. Thank you, I’m thrilled to bits!
  2. Thank you for your your further reply. Ironically, after posting my questions, to my utter surprise and delight I was rung on Sunday night with an offer of a girl puppy. Still my preferred choice, but I was very reassured by all the replies that I would enjoy a boy puppy too.
  3. Thanks for your reply, it made me smile! I’m starting to agree re overlap and am thinking that the nurturing and ‘upbringing ‘ is really what counts rather than the actual sex especially when they are neutered.
  4. Thank you for your reply and info about your male dogs. I am certainly feeling much more reassured.
  5. Thank you for your reply - your examples of girls and boy dogs are very interesting and reassuring if I am offered a boy puppy.
  6. Thanks for your reply. Your comment is interesting - why the change from girls - if you have time to answer, will be interested to hear.
  7. Thanks for your comments about your boys and girls. Reassuring about the discharge.
  8. Thank you for your reply and a vote for males! I’ve never noticed a discharge in my females hence my question.
  9. Hullo, Three months ago I had to have my thirteen year old doggie euthanised due to kidney failure. I loved my old doggie dearly as I have all the other female dogs of various pedigrees over my entire (long) life. Due to my/our age, our next dog will be our last one. We know which breed we want and I have my name on a list with three reputable breeders. I’m not on the beginning of the list with any of them and so may have to accept a male puppy rather than my first preference of a female. Whichever sex we end up with will be neutered and taken to puppy class and obe
  10. Hi Jamie, I’m unable to give you any answers to your concern for your puppy - only some support for the difficulties that some dog owners face from uncontrolled dogs. I live in a remote seaside village in Tasmania and I’m absolutely sick of some dog owners thinking they have a ‘god given right’ to allow their dogs off leash regardless of whether they’re actually in an on-lead area; or whether their dog is well-behaved; or whether they have any recall control over them; or whether their dog is from a known aggressive breed or whether they are around a toddler’s playground.
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