BRB Raising Puppies

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BRB Raising Puppies

Post by Ailiel » 01 Sep 2011 04:50 am

So about eight weeks ago I made the best/worst decision of my life to foster a pregnant dog and then she had nine puppies in my house and now I have no time to play Neopets! And I missed an avatar! So I've been MIA around here and totally neglecting my Neopets in favor of these rapscallions, but in the next two weeks they are shuffling off to shiny, background checked, home visited new families courtesy of the rescue I am fostering for. So in the meantime, here are pictures and I hope I can get my virtual life back soon.

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Pregnant Khaleesi

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Five puppies

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NINE puppies! July 4th, no less

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Liberty Bell

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Newbies

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Rocket

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My bedroom, invaded

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One week photos

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Happy mommy

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Tired mommy

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Two weeks!

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I'm a dork

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Patriot

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Three weeks, puppies move out (of my room... and make the rest of the house their domain)

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Sparkle (yellow) and Betsy (green collar)

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Mommy grows weary

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Bathtime

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Rocket is not amused

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Clean puppies

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Cutie Sparkle-face

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Zzzzz... July

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America, five weeks

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All puppies, seven weeks!

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Re: BRB Raising Puppies

Post by Silver Link » 01 Sep 2011 05:03 am

You made the right choice. Puppies > Neopets any day of the week

Harry Potter pup made me smile. Too cute

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Re: BRB Raising Puppies

Post by thelonetiel » 01 Sep 2011 07:00 am

Oh my gosh! That is a huge amount of dedication, to foster a dog and end up with that many puppies running around! That's a great thing, you've done good!

Hmmm, I got home this summer and had a new puppy (2 months old) for a couple weeks, but maybe next summer I should go your route and fill it with even more puppies! By the time I go home next summer, she won't be a puppy anymore...

They are all super adorable! I love the picture with the little cute feet sticking up, and then the one sleeping in the corner with teeth bared. So cute!

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Re: BRB Raising Puppies

Post by Kantark » 01 Sep 2011 08:39 am

They look like a right handful, but awfully cute! Looks like there are a few Andrex puppies in there.
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Re: BRB Raising Puppies

Post by Fjorab_Teke » 01 Sep 2011 08:45 am

Wow, what an undertaking! Bravo! I love that last picture, it SO looks posed (and probably is), but in a way, not so much once you realize they're two sitting puppies and the rest soundly sleeping...not an easy feat to pull off for just that one pic.

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Re: BRB Raising Puppies

Post by Kali_Lupine » 01 Sep 2011 12:52 pm

wow! How amazing of you! I almost went out of my mind just with my Lute when he was in puppy stage lol, I can't imagine the late nights you've had/are going to have! Kudos to you!
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Re: BRB Raising Puppies

Post by Officer 1BDI » 02 Sep 2011 05:13 pm

I may or may not have squealed through your entire OP.

But nine puppies?! Holy cow. :shock: You deserve much kudos for taking that on.
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Re: BRB Raising Puppies

Post by mellaka » 02 Sep 2011 05:56 pm

Wow, so adorable. And, yes, kudos to you for taking care of all of them. I couldn't imagine how much work it must be.

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