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Re: Daisy

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Very cute! Sorry, you may have already said, but can I ask what breed is Daisy?
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She’s a cockapoo but not a first generation cross. Both her parents were Cockapoos as well.
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The photo of A is lovely, it looks like a professional shot.
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Thank you. I am quite impressed with the camera on this phone.
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She is too cute! I'm really envious, I'd love to give her a snuggle.
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Re: Daisy

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I thought Daisy might be scared of the wind but she was loving the garden today.
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Such a sweetheart
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I LOVE her sniffing the flower. It's like the very start of a whole wonderful life of interesting smells. :love2:
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Re: Daisy

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She looks like butter wouldn’t melt but she’s a bitey nightmare quite often. It’s mostly excited affection rather than aggression but it’s very wearing.

Her ears are getting proper curls now.
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Re: Daisy

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OMG! Look at her!
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She's a proper little sweetie, lovely ears, lovely nosy face. How old is she now? The bitey phase will go, especially when she's fully vaccinated and you can go out for walks to exhausted her.
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She’ll be 10 weeks on Friday which is when she gets the second set of vax. She can go out a week after that although that will be fun and games as she hates the collar/lead (we’ll get a harness for walks though).
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Oh brilliant, yes, walks to burn off the energy will sort out a lot. We did a lot of running around the garden before we could go out.
We tried loads of harnesses because ones that go over heads are not ideal for long curly ears and Ripley was scared of them. One of our friends with a cavapoo recommended a TTouch from the Mutty Professor and its done the trick. They have a nice little shop in Bristol if you can be bothered to drive in but ordering online is also good, it's very adjustable so she should just be able to grow into it.
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