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Next month, we bring home our new puppy – a German Shorthaired Pointer. The breed I have wanted for over 13 years – and now we are finally in a place where we can do it. We also have a two year old mutt, a rescue from Puerto Rico.
In June 2016, I posted for the very first time here – my mutt was the first dog I owned as a self-sufficient adult (both my husband and I grew up with dogs, but having your OWN vs a family dog is a very different experience!)
Anyway, I have stayed subscribed to this sub ever since then, even though my boy is no longer a puppy. Well, now I'm about to go on this adventure again. Crate training. Bite inhibition. House training. Regular training. …The horrible adolescent period.
I am SO excited, but sometimes I can't believe I'm doing this all over again! This is mostly just a fluff post – I don't have a lot of friends with dogs so I can't really talk to this with anyone else who understands!
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