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My New Puppy is Here Pixel II

This is Lucy or Sally, still deciding. She is a show prospect co-owned with EAnn Ingram.
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Oh, she's adorable! (and she DOES look like my Miss Pix!)
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She only has one little kiss sized spot on her chest. So, she reminds me of Pixel but is not quite her...
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She only has one little kiss sized spot on her chest. So, she reminds me of Pixel but is not quite her...
Nope! She will be her own sweet self, I am sure!


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Oh I love her. She could be the identical twin of my boy, Shadow. Congratulations! How old is she? Don't spare any details!!!
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Oh I love her. She could be the identical twin of my boy, Shadow. Congratulations! How old is she? Don't spare any details!!!
She is four and a half months old. She will occasionally furiously chase her tail, which has a lovely and loose curl. Lucy/Sally will also smile with that wide tongue hanging out which is so cute, but her breeder says may mean she is thirsty.

This pup was the breeder's pick of her last litter, which shows a lot of confidence in me as her new co-owner and I am significantly humbled. I am hoping (and seeing evidence) that the new pup has that "sparkle" that a winning show dog needs.

Instead of showing her in the south, Lucy/Sally may be shown by her professional handler east and north of her home in Tennessee. We are still discussing this, and she will not go to a handler for another four months or so. Meantime, she and I will be in owner handler classes for bumbling humamma and pup daughter time together.

Multiple dog households are challenging. I think for a single person two are the perfect number eeexxxcept, now when I take one for individual time together the remaining two may stay behind and share their grievances!
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Multiple dog households are challenging. I think for a single person two are the perfect number eeexxxcept, now when I take one for individual time together the remaining two may stay behind and share their grievances!
Yeah, as another “threesome household” we work REALLY hard to make sure that each gets one-on-one time, AND that each experiences time alone at hime too!


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I heard once, maybe from the trainer I used when I had my corgi, that when you have multiple dogs, they tend to bond more with each other (their pack) and not so much with the humans. Have any of you multi-dog owners seen anything like that?

By the way, Pixel II is gorgeous (as are the other two)!
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I heard once, maybe from the trainer I used when I had my corgi, that when you have multiple dogs, they tend to bond more with each other (their pack) and not so much with the humans. Have any of you multi-dog owners seen anything like that?

By the way, Pixel II is gorgeous (as are the other two)!
Absolutely not, with mine. They all get along fine and sometimes play together. But they would ALL rather be with one of us than with each other if they need to make a choice.

I think it might be harder if you get two siblings at the same time. Then, unless you work REALLY hard, it is easy to treat the two together as a "unit" and not work so hard on individual one-on-one time with them. THen they might be too bonded with each other.

And even with my three whoa re all different ages, we have always made sure that each has their own training time and each has their own time with us and with one of the others. So they are happy and comfortable in all configurations.
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I heard once, maybe from the trainer I used when I had my corgi, that when you have multiple dogs, they tend to bond more with each other (their pack) and not so much with the humans. Have any of you multi-dog owners seen anything like that?
Not really.
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