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Old 10-05-2013, 01:36 PM   #1 (permalink)
 
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Not long now!!

Im so excited to get my boy diesel home, I seen him yesterday, Not long now, hes due to have his injections in 1 week then he can come home with me.. Is he small for 5 weeks?..





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Old 10-05-2013, 02:37 PM   #2 (permalink)
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Can't really tell anything about the size but he is adorable very cute why is he coming home before 8 weeks? Dogs typically stay with their litter to get proper socialization and bite inhibition from puppies and mama. Unless you have your own pack to or are super experienced why of e being removed early?

Dos removed early can tend to have issues later in life with biting, socialization, confidence. Lots of things by being removed too early can develop over time when they are removed too early.


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Awww he's so cute! He looks to be about the same size that my look alike pup was at that age. I agree with Ames. The pups I've got at 8 weeks or older were a little easier to deal with in the long run than the pups I got at 5-6 weeks. It took a lot of repetitiveness to stop their little puppy bites.


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Old 10-05-2013, 07:38 PM   #4 (permalink)
 
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The breeder said i can have him when hes 6 -7 weeks once hes had his injections, Iv phoned the vets and asked if this ages is ok, she told me that its fine for a pup to leave at that age, I have had pups before, i got my Staffy at 6 weeks, and we had our alaskan malamute when he was 7 weeks, iv never over this breed before so i dont know much about them, thanks for the advise though.
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i like to hang on to them til at least 8wks, 10-12wks if possible,
just because those extra couple of weeks, means so much mentally,

but if you realize how much of an infant your getting i reckon it would be ok.

but most of mine are going to be outside, from then on out, so i want them to be ready.
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