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Waiting

Posted by KisaMyLoveBug, 27 August 2008 · 192 views

:wub: Ok. so today is the 27th of August 2008. I purchased my puppy two weeks ago but was not able to pick him up because he was only 5.5 weeks old. so I am TRYING to patiently wait to pick him up. I do get to go see my fiance this weekend. I'll be back on Monday and I get to pick up Kisa on Tuesday! I'm so excited and it's taking everything in me to wait. I'm sure that i will have SOOOO much more to say when I do finally get to bring him home.
Thanks For Reading!
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:American Flag: Ashley




Hey Ashley...waiting is the best part!!! It's the anticipation of it all that makes that special day so wonderful. Your little pup needs his mom and litter mates those last few weeks..they learn so much from each other. Can't wait to see pictures when he gets home.
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Thanks for the comment Linda. I know that he needs his mother and siblings right now. I did know that with any puppy you should wait till at the very least 8 weeks, if not longer. I've actually been told that most puppies go through a fear stage in week 9. I'm not sure if this is because that is when most of them leave home or if it happens anyways. we'll see. My roommate has a Boston Terrier that is 12 weeks old right now so he will have a friend. Who will most likely be much more dominate then he is. Especially since she already tries to establish her dominance with us humans. and loves to put my 5 year old cat in her place. Anyways, thank you so much for the comment. i just woke up and it was nice to see it.








QUOTE(Linda @ Aug 28 2008, 12:50 AM)
Hey Ashley...waiting is the best part!!! It's the anticipation of it all that makes that special day so wonderful. Your little pup needs his mom and litter mates those last few weeks..they learn so much from each other. Can't wait to see pictures when he gets home.

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Hi Again...Just read your latest entry. I'm sorry you had to endure so much in your short life. You should be very proud of your accomplishments....graduating at 16, what a feat! Writing down your feelings can be very cathartic and a good way to release and move on. Sounds like you are in a good place now.

Your puppy will bring you a lot of happiness. You are right, this is a breed, very different from any other, extremely sensitive what is going on around it. I have to mention that the "scruff of the neck" thing would not be a good way to handle this breed, though. First, they really don't have a scruff. Their skin is very thin, sensitive and it is tight. It will only make it afraid of your hand and of you because it would hurt. A better way would be to gently place your puppy on its back, look it in the eyes, then do a growl. Only release when it looks away. It will show the pup that you are the Alpha. Patience, consistency, rewards and lots of love will get your best results. We are all here for you to help with any question about training, so use us as a tool.
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Well thank you for the advice Linda. The IGs deffinately don't seem like most breeds and from what i've seen of him so far i'm pretty sure that none of that would work. so yea. yet again thanks.
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