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I'm in love with Georgeous George - he really does keep getting even cuter each week he gets older! Great photos and I like the last one which has captured his waggy tail :D

What kind of temperament is he in the pack? You are going to get stopped everywhere you go with people wanting to give him a cuddle! Best wishes, Karen.
 

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I'm in love with Georgeous George - he really does keep getting even cuter each week he gets older! Great photos and I like the last one which has captured his waggy tail :D

What kind of temperament is he in the pack? You are going to get stopped everywhere you go with people wanting to give him a cuddle! Best wishes, Karen.
He's the 'quieter , stand back and watch, see if it's ok, then jump in' one in the litter. Also he is the biggest. So think he spends more time eating than playing lol
 

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He is a real cutie and I love his markings. How lovely that you've been able to visit him again. Bet you can't wait to bring him home!

Karen and Rufus xx
 

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We are so excited, daughter is even contemplating not going to the races for her brother's 21st so we can bring him home earlier!!
 

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GG pictures look fab :)

Are the puppies in the house around the breeder family and household noise? This is me just being noisy, as I think it’s really good for puppies to get used to lots of noises ready for their forever home, but I also realise this is not always practical for larger sized breeders.

Hey cancel the bday celebrations for a puppy.. puppy wins hands down, but hey its not my bday ....:) :)
 

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GG pictures look fab :)

Are the puppies in the house around the breeder family and household noise? This is me just being noisy, as I think it’s really good for puppies to get used to lots of noises ready for their forever home, but I also realise this is not always practical for larger sized breeders.

Hey cancel the bday celebrations for a puppy.. puppy wins hands down, but hey its not my bday ....:) :)
Yes they are in the house and were watching corrie on catchup when we got there lol. They were in a big playpen with toys and blankets, very happy
 

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Perfect set up in my opinion .. I have heard of breeders letting the puppies live outside but bringing them in only for viewings which I think is a little false, but this is only my opinion, I just thing puppies need to be in the family home when young so it is less of a shock when they go to their forever homes.. Socialisation is key to a secure and well balanced puppy.
 
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