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RE: [CHAT. Oh, and bulldog puppies...

LOL!!!  Luckily, we don't have the female bulldog and I don't have to make
that decision!  She (Snowy) belongs to a friend of our daughter (Katherine!)
But you are right; a wading pool would not be big enough at all!  The
female's owner has a large kitchen where the doors can all be closed off
from the rest of the house, so that will help some.  

We will not keep any of them.  Katherine (Rayna's friend) will want to keep
one female.  (Izzie's mother died this past summer and Katherine was
devastated.)  We got our Izzie from Katherine, so we were only too happy to
help.  (Izzie, our bulldog female puppy now 10months old, could not have
been sold because of damage a litter mate did to an ear and the top of her
head.  We were blessed enough to be given her to care for.  We benefit by
this puppy's wonderful personality and Katherine can visit her ANY time. :>D
Why she's even learning that garden areas are off limits.  What more could a
gardener want than a pet who respects his/her owner's garden?)  But we will
be able to see and play with the puppies from time to time, though and that
is GREAT in my book.  And we have offered to help Katherine when she visits
the vets and if she has to be away for a short spell.  


Bonnie (SW OH-zone 5)

-----Original Message-----
From: owner-gardenchat@hort.net [mailto:owner-gardenchat@hort.net] On Behalf
Of Donna
Sent: Sunday, December 29, 2002 10:30 AM
To: gardenchat@hort.net
Subject: RE: [CHAT] Wind and snow! And the planting season ahead... Oh, and
bulldog puppies...

Yipes 8 puppies! Better get a bigger kiddy pool and time to expand the
house....:) Seriously, are you going to keep any of these? They are
soooooo hard to give up.


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