My new little helper

My new little helper

This is a discussion on My new little helper within the Bob & Terry's Place forums, part of the The Back Porch category; I knew I was getting a small puppy. But I really didn't know how small. well I kinda got a surprise.................Pictures really do add weight ...

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    My new little helper

    I knew I was getting a small puppy. But I really didn't know how small.



    well I kinda got a surprise.................Pictures really do add weight and size. I sized her against something we can relate to. She is already stubborn as all hell. It is after 1:40 am and I am still up because she won't sleep anywhere but on the bed. So being a good dad. lol I put pillow all around the bed incase she trys to jump off while I am on the computer. I can see this is going to be a long night!!!!



    For the awww factor.






    P.S. I didn't dress her!! My sister did!!

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    way to go pop ! nice addition to the family !
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    Cute little pup there. Congratulations.
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    Love that pup! How darling! A Min-Pin? Good luck with the first few nights too.
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