(Closed) Cowpups!

posted 9 years ago in Pets
Post # 48
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: June 2014

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@Miss Apricot: Thanks for clearing it up!! That’s great of you to take action like that and care for Mama and the little ones, Serabell. I admire your patience and generousity!! Sorry for jumping to conclusions, I should have read the previous posts!

Post # 49
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: March 2012

Yay!!!  So glad that mom and pups are doing well!  You’ve been an amazing  caretaker for the mom and you deserve tons of kudos!

Post # 50
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Helper bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

Cute cute cute. They look good too. Hope you are very proud of yourself

Post # 51
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2009

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@canthugallcats: you are right, i dont see any lab in her but thats exactly what she is!

I think she looks a lot like a lab with husky coloring.  It’s cute how her ears look like they can’t decide if they want to be up or down!  Generally no, you can’t tell what breed puppies are until they are older, (even purebred puppies tend to look a lot alike from one breed to the next).  I am just basing my opinion that they are not GSD/Husky by the coloring of the cowpups.  Those markings are neither Husky nor GSD…they look more like Spaniel patches (Cocker, Springer…) or something.  They wouldn’t have come from Mama Dog’s lab parent, either, but I guess it would depend on what the GSD was mixed with.  That’s why I think it will be fun to play “Guess the Breed” when the puppies get older and start developing distinctive features.  Smile

 

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@bananarama:  No problem!  The other thread was nine pages long…would have taken you forever to read through it all!  LOL!

Post # 53
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Honey Beekeeper
  • Wedding: July 2010

They are so cute!!  Thanks for updating us with more adorable puppy pictures!

Post # 54
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Sugar bee

They’re adorable.  I hope you get some sleep and start feeling better.  Those cute little monsters take a lot out of you – we used to foster lil puppies but the most I’ve ever had was 3 at a time and it was exhausting I can’t imagine 10.  Can’t wait to hear updates about all their little puppy antics once they start moving about.

I’m not sure where in Oregon you are but maybe your friend can you this coupon for spaying.

http://www.oregonspayneuter.org/sncoupon.pdf

 

Post # 56
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: October 2011

awwwww soooo cute!!!! Have either of the cowpups gotten confused and blurted out a moooof? hehe…

I love them. they’re so cute, and you’re an amazing person for taking all this on!!!!

Post # 57
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Honey bee
  • Wedding: April 2012

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@canthugallcats: they are ADORABLE!!!!!!  I soooo want one of the little black ones!!!!!  One with the ears up or maybe one ear up and one ear down…. hmmmmm…. I want a puuuupppppyyyyyyy!!!!!!

So awesome that you and your DH are taking care of ’em and planning on taking care of mommy, too.  

feel better soon!!!!!

Post # 58
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Newbee
  • Wedding: February 2012

OMGGGG!!!!!!!!! They are so freakin cute!!!!!!!!!

Post # 60
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: November 2013

Do you have a local farm store, bulletin boards at grocery stores?  Make flyers with those tabs with your email address/phone number and post them at those locations if allowed.  Check local vets to see if you can put up flyers in their office bulletin boards.  In the mean time, try using another computer with another IP address AND don’t indicate the breed.  Just post that they are puppies with different pictures of the puppies than the other listings that’ve been flagged.

EDIT: Try looking into petfinder.com and other adoption websites.  Ask petsmart and other pet supply stores if you can post on their bulletin boards.

Post # 61
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Sugar bee
  • Wedding: May 2011

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@canthugallcats: Try putting an ad in the newspaper or your local Want-Ad?? Post flyers in your town? Facebook?

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