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Hello all :wave:
Would like to introduce Fizz our now 9 week pup, Things are going well and this first week has been hectic but fun. Choosing the active pup from the litter has definitly been an experience. She is bundles of fun and is constantly chewing on something, normally anything other than her toys! Trying to curb the puppy mouthing because our 5 year old daughter isnt too impressed with that.

Fizz is learning very quickly though, she is already recalling to the sound of a whistle knowing that a treat is at hand, sits when told and is sleeping all night without a sound in her crate. She sleeps in a confined kitchen with the crate door open and paper on the floor for any nastys. But one beagle trait i hate is the eating of its own poop, seriously bad breath after that! :pukey:

Looking forward to taking her for walks not long to go! loving our new pet /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/smile.gif
 

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Welcome to BW! Fizz' photos definitely called for a "puppy alert"!! He is just precious. Make sure that you "puppy-proof" your yard for poisonous plants -- I know others on BW have a website they go to with info but am sure a search will pull it up for you.
 

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Thanks all for your kind comments, Just been woken up by Fizz 0530am (love those early starts) /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/sleep.gif to find her sitting on top of her crate!! /forums/images/%%GRAEMLIN_URL%%/eek.gif How does a pup find its way on top of an adult sized beagle crate? Where next the kitchen sides making us all a spot of breakfast.
 
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