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Maddie and the Scooter boy kicking back relaxing on my mom's couch, I
guess they were tired from running a muck and playing all day, lol! :D
 

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Dawwww Im in love, they look gorgeous.

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Thank you, they are my babies that absolutely DEMAND sleeping in
the bed with me at night! Maddie likes to sleep under the cover and
Scooter attempts to sleep either on my head or close by it! :eyeroll: :p

I really need to trim scooters leg hair, he has a lot of loose puppy
coat, I just haven't mustered up the courage to do it yet because
I don't want to cut it to short and mess it up. :(
 

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Just brush upwards, give the leg a shake and any long dangly bits just cut off the same length. Easy peasy
 

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BTW, where are them stacking shots you promiced us hmmmm :)
Ok, I will try that! Oh, I am still planning on still getting the hand stacked
pics, but I was planning on grooming him up real nice first and then try
working with hand stacking him. ;)

Oh yeah, while I was at my mom's, I walked him a whole bunch down their
gravel roads for his little duck feet, lol!
 

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Well done mm, Im proud of you. You are taking so much in and trying everything. The gravel should help with his feet but he will never have tight cat feet. But they will be better. Just remember part of it is teething too, they always flatten and look gross
 

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Well done mm, Im proud of you. You are taking so much in and trying everything. The gravel should help with his feet but he will never have tight cat feet. But they will be better. Just remember part of it is teething too, they always flatten and look gross
Thank you, I really try taking in peoples advice and applying what I've
learned. :)

I talked to his breeder on the phone yesterday and she is sending me
a picture of his Dam in an email when she gets a chance, she doesn't
own the sire, she went to another state and used a stud service.
She told me Scooter was basically the runt, well the smallest with
the funky color and short legs, LOL!
 

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Thank you, I really try taking in peoples advice and applying what I've
learned. :)

I talked to his breeder on the phone yesterday and she is sending me
a picture of his Dam in an email when she gets a chance, she doesn't
own the sire, she went to another state and used a stud service.
She told me Scooter was basically the runt, well the smallest with
the funky color and short legs, LOL!
Still think they are more toy than anything. Everytime I look at the pics I always think they are toys and have to remember they are suppose to be minis. Just say to the breeder, a lady in Australia that is on a forum you are on says he looks like a toy poodle not a mini, see what she says ROFLMAO
 

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Still think they are more toy than anything. Everytime I look at the pics I always think they are toys and have to remember they are suppose to be minis. Just say to the breeder, a lady in Australia that is on a forum you are on says he looks like a toy poodle not a mini, see what she says ROFLMAO
LOL, they sure are small, Maddie's Dam may be a cross, she is a nice size
though around 30 cm I believe and weighing in about 10 lbs, her sire
though is a little fellow in height, I'm going to say around 7 lbs. LOL, I should
definately ask her that! That's fine though, toys are awesome, lol!
 

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Toys are yappy, screaming little monsters, I know I own 9 of them hahaha
LOL! I find the more dogs you own in your home the more they like to cut
up and bark, my grandpa's girlfriend owns a crap load of Chihuahua's, some
in which she breeds and..OMG! I don't care for them...loud nasty little
buggers. :mad: :p
 
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