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gee_jade asked:

12 Jan 2010

i can't wait how long would it take?

okay so remember me wanting a dog? well, i asked one from a guy friend and he said he'd find me one. well he did and it's color brown. it's still kind of a newborn though and i can't wait to have it. i was so excited but then i thought, i wouldn't wanna take it away from its mother so early it still needs his mother's milk to build his strength right? so how long will it take until he's strong enough as a puppy to be taken away from its mom? maybe a month? what do you think?



barbipixi says:

Posted on 12 Jan 2010

usually puppies stay with their mom's for 6weeks

you can take them at 4 or 5 but only if they have baby teeth started poking through and they're eyes and ears are open (any they've already been started on soft food

my mom starts her's on a mush of soft food and a bit of milk mixed in she spreads it on a plate and puts their front feet in it to get them started. but usually that doesn't even get attempted until their eyes and ears open.

and it's good to try and paper train them early too if you see them poopie take them straight outside to the grass or in a special area that has paper so they can try and learn they shouldn't go on the carpet

puppies are great but take lots of time to train. that's one reason y it's sometimes good to get one a lil older or adopt so they already know the stuff that takes a while to learn lol

and keep in mind what the mom and dad looks like that may be what the baby looks like. you don't want something with too much hair or that sheds alot if you can help it. going to school and having chores will just get added to the list of brushing him every night


barbipixi says:

Posted on 12 Jan 2010

oh and congrats i just don't want you going into to something long term like that w/o knowing what to look for lol


ctl888 says:

Posted on 12 Jan 2010

Yea, my friends just picked up their bull terrier puppy at 8 weeks of age. So it will be okay around there. Are you ready? Please try to do some research about puppies before you bring him in to your home. They need a lot more attention and responsibility than having an adult dog.

Do you have an idea what kind of dog it is? just so you know what to expect from its personality, looks, and training. I have had 5 dogs, and all from puppy age and trust me they were all very different in reguards to personality and ways to train.

I am happy that were able to find a puppy. Hope your family is excited too. Good Luck on being a new mommy.


shysparrow13 says:

Posted on 13 Jan 2010

congrats! i can't wait to see him/her. usually it takes about 6-8 weeks for a puppy to be ready to be brought home, but you might be able to visit him/her before you do so.

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