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    Okay are you all ready, I just got the call.

    Lady the mom had to have a c-section, I knew something was wrong.

    She is okay

    Here we go, please pray for me.

    She delivered

    4 Puppies

    2 Black & Tan Males
    1 Black & Tan Female
    1 Ruby MALE

    OKAY I AM SHAKING LIKE A LEAF.

    Now as you all know Lady does not live with my breeder, so therefore the
    lady whom she resides with has pick of the litter.

    I was balling my eyes out on the phone, my breeder is exhausted but
    God Bless her she took the time to call me. She knows how excited and
    anxious I am.
    She cannot guarantee me that RUBY BOY until the lady decides.

    Originally she wanted a Black and Tan Female

    Now I asked my breeder if she was going to take him from me and she said no so please God do not let her friend take my baby.

    This is going to kill me, the waiting my breeder will be in contact with me
    once she has had some rest.

    Oh God Bless Her for calling me.
    I am balling my eyes out as I type this post.

    Will I get my baby ??????????????
    He was the only Ruby born

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    Quote Originally Posted by Linda
    Although this picture is a year old.
    Isn't she pretty.
    oh my gosh, she is so stunning. She is just glowing, shimmering with light.
    Nice photo.

    i hope you get your baby.

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    I always thought it was the owner of the male who got pick of the litter?
    Good Luck! My thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Regards,
    Gillian

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    Fingers crossed and three lots of paws crossed that you have got the ruby Linda.... let us know as soon as possible.....

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    Oh the waiting will be so hard, but I am glad mom and pups are safe. I'd take one of those B&Ts... The mother is really a beuatiful dog. We'll all have fingers crossed for you, Linda. icon_crssedfingers
    Karlin
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    I'm glad the mother is ok and I really hope you get your little ruby boy.
    Julie M

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    Quote Originally Posted by Gillian
    I always thought it was the owner of the male who got pick of the litter?
    Good Luck! My thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Regards,
    Gillian
    Gillian:

    My breeder owns both of the Mom and Dad, and she does not want one,
    Lady lives with a very close friend of hers and has raised her.
    She originally wanted a female B/T as she wants to show and breed.
    My breeder said she will wait for the next litter, so I just have to wait
    to see what her Guardian is going to do.

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    Quote Originally Posted by karlin
    Oh the waiting will be so hard, but I am glad mom and pups are safe. I'd take one of those B&Ts... The mother is really a beuatiful dog. We'll all have fingers crossed for you, Linda. icon_crssedfingers
    Karlin:

    In your very knowledgeable background, can you please answer a
    question for me.

    Would it be at all risky to keep a male from the litter of your children in the same house.
    Just thinking that that may cause a accident, although I am positive that
    good breeders seperate them when the time comes.

    What a day yesterday, and now I still don't know, I know when we go
    to see them I will melt anyway.

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    No, no issues aside from the usual precautions; remember Bruce is keeping a male from his current litter. Bruce can answer better than me!
    Karlin
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    Quote Originally Posted by Gillian
    I always thought it was the owner of the male who got pick of the litter?
    Good Luck! My thoughts and prayers are with you.
    Regards,
    Gillian
    Never!! I would never give up pick of litter for a stud fee. Especially in this breed. Sandy

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