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MuleShack

My new Buddy

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I took a trip to see my new pup last week at 6 weeks. The photo isn't that great but they were all over the place and it was tough to get their attention and then get ready for the shot.

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But I did find these guys on the way back home.

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2 different shots, i believe with different apetures.

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Hope we get to see the pup when she/he comes home!

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Very cool! Looks like your a few weeks ahead of us. We are going to meet our new pup in a week or so. She is only 2 weeks old now though. She is also a chocolate lab!

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No name yet.

We have a few in mind, but going to wait to pick her up on saturday and then let her personality play a role in the naming?

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Hey everybody,

We picked up our puppy on Saturday. Sure enough the one I had an eye on was taken by the #1 pick guy, and I had pick #2. The other pup pick was based on looks, but I got my 2nd choice which was really my #1 in regards to intelligence and use of nose and perception and awareness, and she is kinda cute wink

She is such a good puppy that she follows you while waking and stops and sits by your feet when you stop and then carries on with you. In 2 days she is pretty much potty trained, where she will give a little whimper if she has to go out. She doesnt' complain while in the kennel over night, and is not afraid of anything, just a little cautious of some new situations before exploring.

She is a few days over 7 weeks, so I know it is early yet but i'm hoping all of these traits stay with her...fingers crossed.

I'm very pleased with our new girl and we decided to name her Kahlua.

Here are some shots...nothing fancy at all.

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Took her for a little swim to build some trust and bonding.

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Nothing fancy at all!!! These are adorable pictures. They just break my heart. Kahlua is going to be one special dog.

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Cool pics. Sounds like you got her right at day 49 (7 weeks).

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