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advice needed
« on: November 16, 2007, 04:03:59 am »
Hi there i'm new to this whole forum and i was hoping that someone could give me some advice about Neo's.
I'm 15 years old and have worked in a dog creche for the past year and a half and a grooming salon for the past 7 months, so i know quite a lot about dogs.
I have been researching alot into Neo's as i hope someday soon (when i move out) to have my very on little girl called NooNoo.
So far i've found out quite alot about the background, size and how many winkles it should have ::) ::) but nothing about how they are about the house, what they are like for training, how much they can cost to feed ect.. trying to get more personal stuff about a breed of the interent is like trying to get blood out of stone  ::) ::)

I've also been trying to find any local rescue centre's for Neo's or maybe some breeders who wouldn't mind me coming and having a look at their dogs knowing that i'm not going to be buying a pup off them. Does anyone know if breeders would allow this  ???
So far there are know Neo resuce's near me  :'(

I'm having a good search through the Neo picture's but it's taking a while :D i would be really thankful if any could give any advice about the breed and maybe some picture's of their Neo's  :) :)

thanks! Laura and dodger (my 7 month old german shepherd) ;D

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Re: advice needed
« Reply #1 on: November 16, 2007, 06:22:41 am »
thanks ;D

I will have a look at the links you have sent to me :) I researched all about shepherd for 5 years before getting dodger and i intend to do the same with NooNoo. I have found a couple of breeders that i am interested in. All have all the health checks ect. I am planning on moving out as soon as i can afford to due to a very hard relationship i have with my family but i don't want to bring in a dog that i haven't fully researched. I'd rather have no dog then an agressive, untrainned dog that not only puts dodger to risk but also other people. ;)

I would still love some experience's and picture's if anyone has any  :-\

thanks, laura and dodge  :-*