New pictures of Jazz :)

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LizBot
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New pictures of Jazz :)

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It's been a while since I posted puppy pictures. Of course, he doesn't hold still for long usually -- so we had Dad trick him into posing a couple times, and got lucky a couple more. :) He'll be 4-months-old soon and is constantly chewing, trying to get those four front teeth to pop out.

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Re: New pictures of Jazz :)

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He is a cutie - love that face!!
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Re: New pictures of Jazz :)

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So cute! I've been trying to convince my husband that its time for us to add a younger dog to the mix. Maybe this pics will help me bring him around, lol.
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I've been trying to add another one too... but my husband just glowers at me with that "Are you kidding?" look and I figure I should wait 2 or 3 months... or years. ;)
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I think I've only run across one Liver roan in the 20+ years that I've had Brittanys, and I'm smitten with their good looks. Jazz is just adorable! Such expressive eyes too. You could always adopt an older big brother/sister for Jazz to keep him in line and not have to do the puppy thing all over again. Just saying :lol:
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I'm partial to roans as well. You can't really tell from my sig pic, but Jack is an O/W roan.
I honestly think it's easier having two dogs, lol. Rocket was 4 when we got Jack, and it really made a difference with him having somebody else to pal around with during the day. Now both dogs are getting older, and I'm anxious to bring a new dog in while Rocket is still lively enough to be the Boss, and keep everybody else in line!
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Re: New pictures of Jazz :)

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Jazz is gorgeous! I just love the lanky look of pups. I like touching them too -- when it feels like their skin is too big for them - I love it. Your lucky, with all those beautiful freckles his white won't always look dirty (unlike my lovely Lola - well I s'pose I could bath her - but I don't :oops:)
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Jazz is so beautiful. I like all the pictures but especially the one where she is looking up and has the bone between her paws.
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Re: New pictures of Jazz :)

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Thank you all. :) I actually would love to adopt an older dog for Jazz to play with (and teach him to behave, hopefully) but my husband isn't going for that either. As much as I love puppies, I don't enjoy cleaning my carpets 4-6 times a day during housetraining or hearing my beloved bellow in fury every time Jazz eats his showering supplies (he can nose the doors open).

I think when the chewing phase is over, which should be soon since he's already lost about 8 teeth, we might be able to charm it out of Dad to get a playmate. Besides, if one Brittany is so cuddly and sweet in bed, having two draped over us has to be twice as good. :)
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You could always do a foster to adopt too if you want to help ABR. That way you get to know the foster and if letting another family adopt is the better option then I believe it is open for you to decide. I foster occasionally, so I don't know all the specifics of foster to adopt, but you can always contact the state coordinator when/if you get to that point and decide if it is something worth pursuing.
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As many of us on this board will agree ... 2 dogs are easier than 1! :D :D :D :D Coming from someone who has had (and currently has) 3 dogs, TWO dogs are easier than 3!!
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You see so many different sides of his personality in each shot!

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Cindy wrote: Coming from someone who has had (and currently has) 3 dogs, TWO dogs are easier than 3!!
Have to agree with that!!! We have 3 brits. Love them all dearly, but don't know if I would do it again. Maybe if we were retired and had more time. But with both of us working full time, 3 dogs can be a handful!

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You're right about that ... John is semi retired and I work 3 days/week, but at least John is working from home if he's not on the road. With Layla being such a high energy dog, we really need to get a good run in for her at least 5-6 days/week and that can be time consuming. And the runs are on top of her having total access to 8 acres to run around on any time we're willing to open the door for her. Yesterday we took a 6 mile hike, Layla ran at least 20 miles, came home and napped for an hour under the ceiling fan, and was ready to do it all over again!
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Gorgeous pics of a precious baby !!! I too love the one where Jazz is looking up. The roan coloring is priceless !!!! I have to agree with the others, 2 is easier than one (3 or 4 is a little different story). They keep each other company when we're not home. We fostered Shep and then kept him. He's Wes' best friend now. Even with a 6 year difference, they have the same energy level (Shep is just very high energy for a 12 year old). But, it's a BIG decision and you do have a puppy on your hands. Maybe when he's grown up..................... :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol: :lol:

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