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DaSwede

1st Time Seeing our Soon-to-be Pup...

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DaSwede

Got to see the pup we will be picking up in about six weeks. He turned a week old today. Pretty excited for a new pup after we put our long-time buddy down last fall.

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GSP4ME

Congrats I can see him with a curltail in his mouth already

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reinhard1

i held mine like that almost 10 months ago. they are a great blessing and i'm so thankfull i got her. they grow fast, enjoy big time!!good luck.

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tacklejunkie

What breed?

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DaSwede

What breed?

It's a black lab (British) out of Old Oak Retrievers in MN.

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Glock

DaSwede, Congrats on your new puppy. Now the next several weeks will be the longest in history waiting for the day to take it home. I think you will be happy with your selection

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cavalierowner

Very cute pup! If you are able to and the breeder allows it, I would encourage you to visit your puppy at least 3 or 4 times between now and when you pick him up. I believe it makes the transition for the pup to his new home easier because he knows your scent, your voice, etc. We have always encouraged this with our puppy buyers and most of the local people come to visit once a week. They really enjoy it and the pups LOVE it! And it may actually make the time go faster.

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DaSwede

Very cute pup! If you are able to and the breeder allows it, I would encourage you to visit your puppy at least 3 or 4 times between now and when you pick him up. I believe it makes the transition for the pup to his new home easier because he knows your scent, your voice, etc. We have always encouraged this with our puppy buyers and most of the local people come to visit once a week. They really enjoy it and the pups LOVE it! And it may actually make the time go faster.

We are going to try and do that as much as possible. I think it's a great learning experience for my two young boys to see what they look like right away and watch them grow and change.

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