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is that GREEN GRASS?? :eek: it's so cold out the nosehairs freeze!! -25F !!
and seleena and mike and probably everyone else gets GREEN GRASS. oh well, at least i don't have ticks and the accompanying diseases :roll:

your babies are absolutely gorgeous (on their green grass). :D :D
 

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I really cannot bear to see cute dutchie puppy pictures. OK, you've got me, sign me up for one - or two... we just won't tell my husband it's coming until it's already at the airport :eek:
 

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@Ann: Winter still hasn´t visit us: in the days it is about 7 degrees celcius. Yesterday was very warm, about 12 degrees celsius and sunshine.

My garden and the birds in it, think it is spring already.

@ Amber, there are all sold :wink:
They ain´t my babies, they are the offspring of our stud. It is a one hour drive to see them.
 

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ah, one of those great dutch litters that produces both mals and dutchies (xMH, xHH). i love those. when i try to explain to people that a litter can have both "mals" and "dutch shepherds" they give me that look, then i stop trying to explain...
 

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Difficult to explain..I know. If you look genetics/bloodline there should be more mals in the litter, but brindle is dominant over yellow.
 
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