Hello from a newie
#11
Welcome! I'm just across the bridge in S Wales but started working in Bristol this week Big Grin
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#12
Thank you for your replies and i do understand your concerns with getting two puppies but we have done our research and we believe it will be for the best. Also if we got one puppy we would most certainly get another one down the line so rather the first one getting used to being the only dog, we thought we would get two are the same time so this didn't happen :-)
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#13
Oenoke,'index.php?page=Thread&postID=193622#post193622 Wrote:Hi and welcome.

Personally I wouldn't get 2 puppies together.

By Welsh Collie do you mean Welsh Sheepdog? I had a friend who had a Border Collie x Welsh Sheepdog.


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Hiya yes sorry I mean Welsh Sheepdog :-) Lmao
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Bronwen,'index.php?page=Thread&postID=193640#post193640 Wrote:Welcome! I'm just across the bridge in S Wales but started working in Bristol this week Big Grin


Aw really? Where abouts in Bristol? Bristol is an amazing city Eusa_dance
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collieowner2017,'index.php?page=Thread&postID=193645#post193645 Wrote:
Bronwen,'index.php?page=Thread&postID=193640#post193640 Wrote:Welcome! I'm just across the bridge in S Wales but started working in Bristol this week Big Grin


Aw really? Where abouts in Bristol? Bristol is an amazing city Eusa_dance

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#16
Welcome!!
What a happy family with two puppies!! Bouncing
I experienced only one at a time, what was already fun, so double fun for you Big Grin
I myself when I try to think of heaving two, would teach them that not everything is the same for them both, that you make them clear already from the very beginning, that what one must do or have, means not that the other can do or have exactly the same.....And then in a way that they get the same attention...
Looking forward to see pictures Wink
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#17
Sorry if you felt our concerns of getting 2 pus together dampened your excitement, It was not meant that way. We all hope you enjoy every minute and share with us. Also know there is support here, for the moments we need it
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#18
Yes, like Quirky said, not intended to dampen the excitement. Speaking freely in the written form can sound harsh at times without the nuances of a voice behind the words. You will likely have some great moments to share and hope you do. Always here for help, support and to laugh along with you when things get crazy.
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