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Old 02-02-2009, 06:39 PM
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Got his tail up as he was trying to play. FINALLY.



Just because...



Being playful.



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Old 02-02-2009, 06:40 PM
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Old 02-02-2009, 06:45 PM
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I'm no chi expert, just wanted to say he's a doll!!! Oh my goodness, that's way too much cuteness.....need more pictures!

You may want to start tipping the ends of his nails, puppies usually have short quicks and too keep them short you start them young. Plus it will get him used to it. I'd get a cat scissor type nail clipper. It works well on my little Kassie feet, you can see what your doing a lot better with those tiny feet. Doing them once a week will keep them nice and short.
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Old 02-02-2009, 06:52 PM
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He's so tiny !!! Loved the shot where he looked like he'd sucked a lemon !
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Old 02-02-2009, 06:54 PM
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Pic of the dam. She is 5 pounds.



Pic of the sire. He is 2 pounds. He has sable markings, which I was never wild about.



His grandsire.



Pup from the dams last litter.

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Old 02-02-2009, 06:56 PM
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I'm no chi expert, just wanted to say he's a doll!!! Oh my goodness, that's way too much cuteness.....need more pictures!

You may want to start tipping the ends of his nails, puppies usually have short quicks and too keep them short you start them young. Plus it will get him used to it. I'd get a cat scissor type nail clipper. It works well on my little Kassie feet, you can see what your doing a lot better with those tiny feet. Doing them once a week will keep them nice and short.
Thanks. I was just thinking about that the other day. Dont want the quick to start getting longer, because it will be a pain!
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Old 02-02-2009, 06:59 PM
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Curious mind.... what's his registration name going to be - are you incorporating Truffles in it?
Thats the one thing I have not figured out yet. Yeah, I would like to use Truffles.
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Old 02-02-2009, 07:04 PM
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aren't most toys out at 6 mos? You might not have the time you think you have LOL. I can't say I'd be up to it in your situation.

You should at least find a conformation class in your area and get that puppy OUT...your home is not enough socialization for a dog that will be shown.
The showing might not even happen. Its something I thought about BEFORE I hit some hard times.

I am not keeping him cooped up all the time, trust me. After having Pebbles, who gets nervous when people try to get too close, I am getting this puppy as much socialization as possible. Another reason why I got a chihuahua... so I can take him everywhere with me! lol.
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Old 02-02-2009, 07:21 PM
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Let's not turn this thread into an ugly bash fest ladies.

She paid for that pup before things started going bad, she's waited for the pup for quite some time. While the pup may have been better off staying with the breeder for now, I am sure the pup can still return to the breeder if things don't improve for Reggin. And we all know that things can fall apart or improve in a moments notice.

This is one bright spot in her life at the moment, don't ruin it by making a simple picture thread into something it isn't.

Reggin, he is a doll! I am glad he and Reggin seem to have hit it off so easily

Thanks a lot.

Our hard times are supposed to be temporary. He got word from his boss at work that things will get better within a month. Its just been hard for the past few months but we are getting through. Yes, its been hard to afford dog food. Yes, we had to get assistance to get the bills paid. My fiance is doing work putting up our new fence and garage for the landlord, so our rent has been reduced for next month. We are doing everything we can to get through. So far so good, even if we dont have cable or internet on in the house.

To me, returning this puppy would be like giving up. If we can make it, then why not try? You are right... he can be returned if things get worse, which isn't supposed to be the case after speaking with his boss.

I've been visiting this pup every week since the day he was born. Hes been attached to me for awhile now.

Thats all I have to say about the situation. I know some people like to judge and get into others business, but I cant say it bothers me much, because I am good at ignoring it. A skill that comes in handy for everyone at one point or more in their lives. LOL.
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