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E-MAILS FROM NEW OWNERS
All e-mails on this page were used with permission of the sender.  My ultimate goal is to find good homes for the my puppies, whether they are placed as companions, show prospects or with small hobby breeders.  I wish I could keep them all.  Since I can't, I make every effort to tell people exactly what they are getting.  There is nothing worse than being disappointed.  I do everything I can to make sure this won't happen.



From: tinalee@laurelweb.net (Tinalee)
To: DGOLDN1@aol.com


Just wanted you to know my baby is doing great-I just LOVE HIM!!!



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Subj:
Re: Your Pom Puppy
Date:
11/23/2003 10:59:03 AM Eastern Standard Time
From:
Meg GTP 01
To:
D GOLD N 1


Cindy,

All is well with the pup. I named him Owen. He seems to be adjusting well to his new life. He's full of spunk and energy, and more loving than I could ever have imagined. I just love him to pieces. I have also noticed that he does well with other animals. He enjoys coming to work with me every day so that he can play with his new friends. My boss is also getting a pom pup, so he will have one of his own kind to chase around. Right now he does so with the cats, but he is still fearless and occasionally I have to stop him from approaching bigger dogs that are in and out of the clinic. But once he learns his boundaries within the clinic that will no longer be an issue.

I will most definitely send pictures. I have been taking a few every week because he is changing a lot. He weighs 2.3 lbs. now, and the fur is starting to grow back in on his face. It almost looks as though he has a receding hairline; it's rather cute! I will just wait until he has his adult coat and then send you a few pictures showing his changes.

Thanks again for my little bundle of joy. I couldn't be happier!

Megan
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