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    Default New friends for Tethra

    I will be collecting a family of four 2 year old Dutch crosses tomorrow (3m+1f) with the hope of bonding them with Tethra I will leave them overnight and if they appear settled on Sunday I will be putting them together in a puppy pen in an unheated upstairs bedroom and hopefully leaving them together. If and when it all goes well, I will put the 5 of them outside in the shed.

    I must admit the closer it gets to the "event", the more crazy the idea, that it could work, seems Tethra of course is strutting round his accommodation as though he's loving every minute of being on his own

    I went for a long walk this afternoon in the thought that I don't know when I will next be able to leave the bedroom

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    Oh my goodness, how exciting! I've absolutely everything crossed for a smooth bond and I'm looking forward to the updates


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    Quote Originally Posted by Omi View Post
    I will be collecting a family of four 2 year old Dutch crosses tomorrow (3m+1f) with the hope of bonding them with Tethra I will leave them overnight and if they appear settled on Sunday I will be putting them together in a puppy pen in an unheated upstairs bedroom and hopefully leaving them together. If and when it all goes well, I will put the 5 of them outside in the shed.

    I must admit the closer it gets to the "event", the more crazy the idea, that it could work, seems Tethra of course is strutting round his accommodation as though he's loving every minute of being on his own

    I went for a long walk this afternoon in the thought that I don't know when I will next be able to leave the bedroom

    I hope you have a bell to summon room service

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    Everything crossed for the bonding.
    The quad are lucky to be coming to you

    You know where I am if you need anything at all x

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    Wow A quintet! Lots of luck x

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    How exciting fingers crossed for an easy bond for you

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    Good luck with the bonding, I have my fingers crossed for you

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    I'm excited for you. Can't wait for updates

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    Ooh so exciting, send some pictures too!!

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