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I'm getting my puppy!!!!!!!!

babymomma
July 24th, 2008, 09:11 PM
Hi there:D My mom just got off the phone with a Reputable breeder in st.johns (she was only on the phone for 3 hours:rolleyes:) Well, they have a 12 week old yorkie puppy that we will be getting early august, and the breeder said it was meant to be, because she just decided earlier this morning that she was going to give her up (She was going to keep her for breeding). But anyway, her shots are up to date and shes microchipped ,dewormed, CKC registered. We are getting her on a spay contract. Shes $1300 And is a little doll. IM SOOOOO HAPPY!!!!! Thanks to Aslan for giving me that link to the breeder website!!!! :thumbs up



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Frenchy
July 24th, 2008, 09:13 PM
Woohoo ! Congratulation babymomma !!! :highfive: and it's coming soon too :thumbs up

Purpledomino
July 24th, 2008, 09:23 PM
I'm so happy for you! I know you have been waiting for this puppy. Be prepared to take lots of pictures and post them for us, you know we will be hounding (no pun intended :o) you for them! There is nothing more exciting than anticipating a new puppy in the family. Congratulations!

babymomma
July 24th, 2008, 09:26 PM
Thank you guys! Im so excited i can't think straight, therefor find it hard to type!!

Thank you purpledomino for helping me in the food forum, but I still dont know what to feed her:sad: Im going to need your guys' help. Becasue i havent had a puppy before and i will NEED help!! Lots of questions to be asked still:o....

Frenchy
July 24th, 2008, 09:31 PM
I know you were interested by feeding raw , I have to tell you , it's a lot of work and you need to be very informed about all of this. And it is expensive (although it wouldn't be for a tiny Yorkshire :D)

babymomma
July 24th, 2008, 09:34 PM
I know, That is the downside on feeding raw... In one of the petshops in St.johns, there is a man in the who i've heard is a nutrition expert, and i will ask him what foods i should stay away from and the ones i should try to feed. But, Im still looking for opinions on this site, cause i dont know if hes just in it for the money or not..lol..


Im also shaking uncontrolably, should i be worried? I feel kind of sick

hazelrunpack
July 24th, 2008, 09:36 PM
Congrats, babymomma! :highfive: WooooHoooooo! How exciting!!

aslan
July 24th, 2008, 09:43 PM
:highfive:Woohoo congrats babymomma, and you are more than welcome. you just need to know how to phrase the questions the right way for google.

allymack
July 24th, 2008, 09:51 PM
WOOHOO! congrats on the new puppy!

should you be worried! heck no! puppies are such great fun! i am so excited for you. you seem to have done alot of work in finding a puppy and your learning as much as you can. and of course we are all always here to help..just ask! if everyone took as much time to prepare for a puppy as you did, the puppy world would be alot better off!:)

cant wait to see pictures!

BusterBoo
July 24th, 2008, 09:52 PM
:crazy: Congrats to you on your new addition!!!!!! Can't wait to see pictures of this precious little one.

as for the right food......I am not the one to ask...Buster loves peanut butter in the morning and chows down on his Wellness kibble during the day!

Good luck and looking forward to lots of pictures!!!

babymomma
July 24th, 2008, 10:01 PM
:highfive:Woohoo congrats babymomma, and you are more than welcome. you just need to know how to phrase the questions the right way for google.
Well, it was a great help to me!!


WOOHOO! congrats on the new puppy!

should you be worried! heck no! puppies are such great fun! i am so excited for you. you seem to have done alot of work in finding a puppy and your learning as much as you can. and of course we are all always here to help..just ask! if everyone took as much time to prepare for a puppy as you did, the puppy world would be alot better off!:)

cant wait to see pictures!


Thank you:o , even though ive done so much to prepare, i still feel as if i am clueless, im just so worried that i'll do something wrong , because if i screw up with a Chiapet, it isnt a big deal. But if its a real life, its a REALLY BIG deal (know what i mean?)

babymomma
July 24th, 2008, 10:02 PM
:crazy: Congrats to you on your new addition!!!!!! Can't wait to see pictures of this precious little one.

as for the right food......I am not the one to ask...Buster loves peanut butter in the morning and chows down on his Wellness kibble during the day!

Good luck and looking forward to lots of pictures!!!

Ohhhh, you don't even need to ask for pictures!!! I dont think anybodys connection is good enough to read the threads i'll be making lol:laughing: .. Can dogs have seere reactions to peanuts like humans?? ..Oh great, something else to worry about!! :o

aslan
July 24th, 2008, 10:06 PM
Rotfl, calm down young jedi, the pets.ca force is with you. You're gonna be just fine, trust me. Put him on a good diet, love him/her, make sure she knows what you want and all will be well. Isn't gonna happen overnight, just be patient.

clm
July 24th, 2008, 11:40 PM
That's excellent news. Puppy pics soon I hope. :lovestruck:
12 weeks is a great age too, hopefully the breeder will have her started with house training.

Cindy

babymomma
July 25th, 2008, 11:12 AM
Rotfl, calm down young jedi, the pets.ca force is with you. You're gonna be just fine, trust me. Put him on a good diet, love him/her, make sure she knows what you want and all will be well. Isn't gonna happen overnight, just be patient.

haha, that made me giggle!! :D:laughing:

babymomma
July 25th, 2008, 11:13 AM
12 weeks is a great age too, hopefully the breeder will have her started with house training.

Cindy

Yes, she is fully paper trained, and she started getting them to go outside!!

zestygirl
July 25th, 2008, 09:41 PM
Wow! Congratulations!!!!!You are going to LOVE :lovestruck: having a puppy all to yourself! Any names picked out?? And - since it's a yorkie - any CLOTHES YET? :cloud9:

babymomma
July 25th, 2008, 10:37 PM
Wow! Congratulations!!!!!You are going to LOVE :lovestruck: having a puppy all to yourself! Any names picked out?? And - since it's a yorkie - any CLOTHES YET? :cloud9:



hehe:o My mom brought home a little sun dress today..lol.. Im going to pick up some bows and stuff for her hair in st.john's when we go to pick her up! As for names, I can't be sure what to name her yet, seems i havent seen her in person, but its down to, Keely,Chloe,Zoey and Sophie!

zestygirl
July 25th, 2008, 11:09 PM
A sun dress! :laughing: That is SO worth photographing! As for names, I love Sophie because it is such a refined name for a lady, and rolls easily off the tongue when you're yelling: "SOOOOPHIEEE!!!!Why did you eat my Sandal?!?!"

babymomma
July 25th, 2008, 11:18 PM
A sun dress! :laughing: That is SO worth photographing! As for names, I love Sophie because it is such a refined name for a lady, and rolls easily off the tongue when you're yelling: "SOOOOPHIEEE!!!!Why did you eat my Sandal?!?!"

It is worth photographing! But i think it will be way to big for her just yet! lol... I dont care if she eats my sandal, as long as she doesnt swollow anything or get hurt doing it:sad: .. My Aunt suggested Chloe because She has to sons, and she was pregnant with a daughter but gave birth to a still born. and she was going to call her Chloe. So i want to name her that for my aunts sake, even though i prefer Sophie:sad:

rainbow
July 26th, 2008, 02:55 PM
Congratulations babymomma :highfive: .....you will make a great doggie mom cuz you've done so much research ahead of time. :thumbs up I also much prefer the name Sophie and it's also not as common as Chloe is. :o

babymomma
July 26th, 2008, 09:31 PM
Thanks Rainbow! I think her name is definatly sophie...its better then ......OPHELIA? (sp?) ..she is from the 'O' litter, so she named them all with names that start with the letter o..lol