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Paul's new puppy

Discussion in 'Introductions' started by PaulMP, Apr 24, 2021.

  1. PaulMP

    PaulMP Puppy

    Hello everyone!
    I hope I shouldn't wait for the introduction message I wrote in the registration form to be published, if this is the case, please disregard this message.
    So, I've recently fostered a 7 to 8 week old pitbull puppy after my brother-in-law, who works for the local police department, busted an illegal breeding operation. He asked people around him to take care of the rescued puppies, and I accepted to take one. The problem is that... I've never had dogs before. My wife and I are cat people through and through. Moreover, I'm a bit scared of dogs since I had issues with them as a kid and teenager, but no matter how uncomfortable I could be, it's nothing compared to how uncomfortable it would be for a small animal to be abandoned.
    As a result, I created an account on this forum, so that I could learn what to do and not to do with our new family member. She was quickly called Grushka, "little pear" in Russian (I live in Russia, my wife is Russian) by my daughter, who said her head reminded her of a pear, "but in a cute way". I hope to learn from all of you and that our new little friend will be as happy as we are!

    By the way, we live in a house with a small fenced garden, where she can run around without getting into trouble.
  2. Michele

    Michele Chi Super Dog Administrator

  3. PaulMP

    PaulMP Puppy

    Thank you for having me over, and for the link!
    Michele likes this.

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