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    Quote Originally Posted by nlg679
    Okay...so what is a 'babygrow'...I have no idea.
    Me either. Please explain to those of us on the other side of the pond!

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    A baby onesie! (a one piece)
    Dogs are not our whole life, but they make our lives whole.
    --Roger Caras

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    Females can possibly (but rarely) go into heat any time from around 5 months on but after 6 months is more the norm. That's why most vets will recommend a neuter at 6 months to be on the safe side. Every now and then there's one that starts younger than usual though. Same with kittens -- some will start as early as 4 months.
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    Rory wrote:
    A baby onesie! (a one piece)

    Ohhhhh! That is one good idea!

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    I call them growbags - as my nieces and nephews always seemed to be growing out of them......

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    I call them growbags
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