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    Default Anyone with a pup between 10-16 weeks

    Toby is old enough now to start getting some play time with similarly aged pups... Curious to know if anyone here is in the Palmer/Wasilla area that would like to have some 'structured/supervised' playtime once a week for a few weeks.... Might even get into some fun puppy training too....

    I know of one place that is pretty 'dog free' (safe for puppies) that would work well - been a while since I have been there, but plan on checking it out soon. Just have to make sure we clean up after the pups. Toby is current on all vaccines and bordatella...



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    He's looking good! I need to come meet him.
    Still 18 days and counting for me to pick up my boy.
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    got one a 7 months, Lab, can stop by for a meet and greet and go from there I`m down kgb
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    Quote Originally Posted by Milo View Post
    He's looking good! I need to come meet him.
    Still 18 days and counting for me to pick up my boy.
    Do come meet him! He is learning how to be a 'gentleman'. LOL... Actually he is really quite good (so far) about staying off of people IF they don't let him jump up on them from the start. It only takes a push off and 'no, off' command to get him to understand to keep all four feet on the floor. Thankfully.

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    got one a 7 months, Lab, can stop by for a meet and greet and go from there I`m down kgb
    brokeeye - perhaps in a month or so - a 7 month old lab is a lot of energy for a less than 3 month old. Are you planning on attending any retriever classes this winter with your pup?
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    I've got a 9 week old German Shorthair pup. He loves to play. Also learning quick.

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    Ok Julie let me know also have a 7 yr old that pretty laid back .If it`s ok with you I`ll stop by next week and meet you and the pup

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    That would be fine.
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    Juli, Coal is up for a romp now and again. Let me know when and where...PM sent.

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    Looking at another 'puppy party' next week. Wed evening. PM for details. Hope to get started on some distant .22 blank gunfire along with some 'here/whistle' training for those interested.
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