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Ok, Lady is booked in to be fixed. :s
We take her for blood work tomorrow and then she has her surgery on monday....the poor little girl, my stomach just sank...now I know exactly how you all feel. I will be so nurvous on monday...heck I am already nervous. well off to get baby one piece suits tonight...I can't see lady coping well with the cone.


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Good luck! I am sure she will be fine and it's all for the best. Is she going to be micro-chipped too?

And let me know how the one-pieces work out!
 

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Yes we are going to do the micro chipping too. It is one of those things that if you ever needed it you would be so mad you didn't do it.

I think I am going to get the one-piece tonight so I can make sure I have the right size....what do you guys think in terms of kids sizes that a 6 month old pup would be???
 

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Young children - my specialist area! In the UK it is pretty difficult to get a bodysuit in anything bigger than 18-24mnths, but I reckon that would be about the right size anyway. Here's a picture of my son, Max, who is 24 mths, and Rosie together, when Rosie was 9 weeks old - compare and contrast. I reckon Maxie is probably about the size of a full grown cockapoo round the tummy: he can only just fit into 18-24mth vests.

 

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Not really sure maybe 6months I think looking at Mable now.. maybe even 9 ... ask the assistant lol they'll think you're bonkers .. Mables booked in for the following Monday just canr imagine her keeping still after sge jumps and bounds around.. she's like Tigger x
 

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Lol your post was nt there when I posted mine so Im probably totally wrong .. will just have to hold them up in the shop x
 

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Awesome, I will take a peek at the 18-24's!!! Thanks Louise! cute pic of Rosie and Max!

Karen, yes I believe they would think I was bonkers...lol.
And I don't think Lady will be any good at keeping still either...she loves to throw things and jump around after them...I really don't know if i will be able to keep her still.
 

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Awesome, I will take a peek at the 18-24's!!! Thanks Louise! cute pic of Rosie and Max!

Karen, yes I believe they would think I was bonkers...lol.
And I don't think Lady will be any good at keeping still either...she loves to throw things and jump around after them...I really don't know if i will be able to keep her still.
Just had a thought never mind vest/babygrow we just need a couple of those boot bags problem solved lol x :D
 

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LOL!!! :D ahahaha should do, don't know how long she'd stay. lol
 

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Young children - my specialist area! In the UK it is pretty difficult to get a bodysuit in anything bigger than 18-24mnths, but I reckon that would be about the right size anyway. Here's a picture of my son, Max, who is 24 mths, and Rosie together, when Rosie was 9 weeks old - compare and contrast. I reckon Maxie is probably about the size of a full grown cockapoo round the tummy: he can only just fit into 18-24mth vests.
Lovely pic and a crazy thread trying to work out what size baby bodysuit to get a cockapoo puppy by comparing toddler sizes :D:D:D:D
 

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Ok, Lady is booked in to be fixed. :s
We take her for blood work tomorrow and then she has her surgery on monday....the poor little girl, my stomach just sank...now I know exactly how you all feel. I will be so nurvous on monday...heck I am already nervous. well off to get baby one piece suits tonight...I can't see lady coping well with the cone.
Nope, even though the cone is all we have tried, I don't recommend it ;) I think my husband is going to go out later and see what else he can find. How much does Lady weigh? I see that Chloe and Lady are very close in age. The Spay Clinic weighed Chloe in at 13 pounds.
 

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Nope, even though the cone is all we have tried, I don't recommend it ;) I think my husband is going to go out later and see what else he can find. How much does Lady weigh? I see that Chloe and Lady are very close in age. The Spay Clinic weighed Chloe in at 13 pounds.
Lady is exactly the same weight as Chloe..so they are probably the same size.
 

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I think we should petition baby clothes manufacturers to add puppy sizes to their labelling :D
LOL!!!! I wonder how non dog lovers would see that....oh look my 2 year old is the same size as a spaniel...good to know! hahaha can't you just see the disgust on some peoples face!
Aww thanks for the laugh.
 

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lol I keep telling Lady to just stop growing...lol...she hasn't grown much actually in the last month.
I like the size Chloe is now. I hope she doesn't get much taller (or braver) or she will be able to reach the kitchen countertops, yikes.
 
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