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Mabel and her baby

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Can't believe Mabel will be 7! in a little over a month and that little miss O is almost 3 months!















This girl is blowing me out of the water, even if it is mostly because she thinks this bald puppy is very dirty! (Endless hand/face/leg licking - Omg mom, it has pee in its pants! *proceeds to poke and poke and poke, because omg!)












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Two gorgeous babies. Thanks for sharing.


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What a lovely pair!

I wonder if Mabel will act like my family’s collie did when my sister and brother were young. Once they could crawl, she herded them. Which was a bit of trouble at first, I gather, but when they got to the age when they could play outside, she made sure to keep them in the backyard. Mom didn’t have to worry they’d end up in the street. No way they could get past that dog.
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What a lovely pair!

I wonder if Mabel will act like my family?s collie did when my sister and brother were young. Once they could crawl, she herded them. Which was a bit of trouble at first, I gather, but when they got to the age when they could play outside, she made sure to keep them in the backyard. Mom didn?t have to worry they?d end up in the street. No way they could get past that dog.
Not quite sure how she'll do come movement time, that's what I'm more scared of.
She's a bit of a clod and hasn't realized she needs to be careful (no surprise she beats me up too).
She also has occasional moments when she's with us on the tummy blaanket where she gets uncomfortable with the baby rolling towards her so we're doing our best to show her that SHE has to get up and leave and that she'll always have a safe space when she does. Otherwise she's been a dream with her.
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Not quite sure how she'll do come movement time, that's what I'm more scared of.
She's a bit of a clod and hasn't realized she needs to be careful (no surprise she beats me up too).
She also has occasional moments when she's with us on the tummy blaanket where she gets uncomfortable with the baby rolling towards her so we're doing our best to show her that SHE has to get up and leave and that she'll always have a safe space when she does. Otherwise she's been a dream with her.
Wonderful pictures!

What you mentioned is one of the key things we worked on with Dexter - that he can ALWAYS leave a situation. He will always be safe and will never be punished for removing himself from a situation that he doesn't want to be in. Once that clicked, it really stuck and it's been a very valuable tool for him.
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Love, love, love these pictures. I'll never forget when I told my dad I was getting a Doberman Pinscher, and his response...

"I don't want a Doberman biting my grandchildren!!"

He's been converted of course now that he's met Zuko and has watched him grow up and knows he wouldn't hurt a fly. When hubs and I finally do have babies I know Zuko will always be near. Those pictures are just precious.

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Wonderful pictures!

What you mentioned is one of the key things we worked on with Dexter - that he can ALWAYS leave a situation. He will always be safe and will never be punished for removing himself from a situation that he doesn't want to be in. Once that clicked, it really stuck and it's been a very valuable tool for him.
She's very much a lightbulb dog so I'm just waiting for it to "click" and then we'll be golden.
But honestly I'm still beyond floored by her, I expected a lot more issues (and time will still tell) but she's really been pretty excited to have this naked puppy in the house.

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She's very much a lightbulb dog so I'm just waiting for it to "click" and then we'll be golden.
But honestly I'm still beyond floored by her, I expected a lot more issues (and time will still tell) but she's really been pretty excited to have this naked puppy in the house.
I'm so happy that she's doing so well! I know that has to be a huge relief for you.

Dexter is the same way with learning - and this one took quite some time for him to get. It was almost a shock the first time he took the escape option. We were so proud.

I cracked up at the "omg mom, it has pee in its pants" caption. They are super cute together.
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Two beautiful girls!!
So delighted for you. Such an exciting time. New home with big fenced in yard. Two lucky dogs, and a precious healthy baby.
I completely respect that you are still including Mabel and Bubba in your life, and enriching your daughter with the love of her doggies.
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Two beautiful girls!!
So delighted for you. Such an exciting time. New home with big fenced in yard. Two lucky dogs, and a precious healthy baby.
I completely respect that you are still including Mabel and Bubba in your life, and enriching your daughter with the love of her doggies.
Always, the quality time may be a bit less but they are still my other babies and our house would be too quiet without them

As to enriching her life.... well what can I say, it runs in the family






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