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Old 11-18-2008, 02:10 AM   #11
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What a gorgeous pup! My friend has three springers, and I'm quite partial to them... all the ones I've met are lovely dogs.

Great choice of name, I must say - I have a pup called Willow, as well! She actually has speckles on her legs that were not very noticable at first but have gotten darker and I might even say larger as she grows older. She also has tan points that have become more noticable as she got older. Take a look at Sheplovr's gallery and see the pictures of her newborn shepherd pups, and then look at the older photos of them as their markings come in - same thing with dalmatians and ragdoll cats. Pigment always seems to darken/become more apparent as the pups grow older.
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Old 11-18-2008, 04:54 AM   #12
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Oh she is a real sweety, you are so lucky!

There's nothing quite like having a springer in your life, my old boy was the soppiest dog I'd ever met - a big lapdog!

Are you going to take her to puppy classes?

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I've been fleeced by Draco!

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Hiya. My Springer is black and white, he's now 20 months old. When he was 9 weeks he was white other than his ears, one patch on his back and one on his bum! Now he's absolutely covered in spots, as he's getting older he seems to be getting more spots. We recently had him clipped for the first time and boy did that show how many he had.

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