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Saturday, October 11, 2008

Puppies are 2 weeks old!!




The puppies eyes are open and they are starting to really move around! They are starting to develop little personalities and of course I have a FAVORITE puppy....to my surprise it is not one of the little girls! I usually favor girls. My favorite is one of the biggest boys. I want to keep him sooooo bad. He is going to probably look almost exactly like his daddy. I have named him 'Keeper' because he is a keeper...but because of our move into a small Arizona apartment, there is no way I can. Plus we will need all the money from each puppy for medical expenses next year. One of the little girls is already sold/spoken for.....only 5 left!



We leave for Pittsburgh on Tuesday! My appointments start on Thursday and my Bronch is on Friday....I will post results hopefully by Saturday! Lets all pray for ZERO rejection and no infection! I am almost 1 year out- post transplant!!! Hooray! We will be holding a party! We will also be celebrating moving to WARMER weather!!-well we are celebrating, but our family is a little sad! We will be sending out invitations, but anyone who wants to come can email me or contact me if you know my #

1 comment:

Amanda said...

Jamie,

How much are you selling your puppies for? We have been looking into getting a pug. I would love some information. Thanks Kris Trejo 604-1315 or Amanda 604-1346

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