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PostSubject: Howl from New Zealand :D   Sat May 04, 2013 1:26 am

Here is Siva, my new companion, she has been here for a week now, and is settling in quite nicely. She is only 7 weeks old, but is doing a great job, and is already the greatest little thing in my life.

I found this forum a few weeks before she arrived, and it has been great to find so much info for all my questions, as she is my first dog. And so many raw feeders here! Great to see!

We are in Dunedin, NZ, so if there are any others here, please don't hesitate to contact me, I would love for Siva to be able to meet some distant kin Smile Especially anyone who has sledding/pull dogs, as I would love to get into that as she grows.

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First meeting of flatmates pup Lilu and Siva


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PostSubject: Re: Howl from New Zealand :D   Sat May 04, 2013 2:02 am

Sooo cute! I dont normally like blue eyes, but hers are really lovely! Welcome to the forum. I pick up my puppy on Sunday when she is 7.5 weeks. I look forward to seeing your baby grow!

Do you feed raw?
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PostSubject: Re: Howl from New Zealand :D   Sat May 04, 2013 2:10 am

Thanks! Oh awesome, you'll be so excited, what colour are his/her eyes?

Yes, have just made the transition to raw, as her breeder was feeding a mix of things. She's just been having chicken mince, chicken necks and bones at the moment, but am currently looking into more varied options. When she first had the chicken she ate it before the kibble, and the german shepherd pup in the photo did the same thing when she was first introduced, and was very quickly putting her nose up at the kibble completely.

Have you decided what you will be feeding?
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PostSubject: Re: Howl from New Zealand :D   Sat May 04, 2013 10:55 am

@mufasas_stooge wrote:
Thanks! Oh awesome, you'll be so excited, what colour are his/her eyes?

Yes, have just made the transition to raw, as her breeder was feeding a mix of things. She's just been having chicken mince, chicken necks and bones at the moment, but am currently looking into more varied options. When she first had the chicken she ate it before the kibble, and the german shepherd pup in the photo did the same thing when she was first introduced, and was very quickly putting her nose up at the kibble completely.

Have you decided what you will be feeding?

I'm actually not sure what color her eyes are. They dont look blue anymore in her pictures, but I can still see her pupils so maybe a light brown. I'll find out tomorrow Smile

I'm glad to hear her transition to raw went smoothly. I'm going to feed raw too. I have a lot of chicken backs in the freezer to start her on, and I ordered 30 lbs of Turkey legs from my co-op which will be delivered in a couple weeks.
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PostSubject: Re: Howl from New Zealand :D   Sat May 04, 2013 2:57 pm

Welcome she is adorable
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PostSubject: Re: Howl from New Zealand :D   Sat May 04, 2013 11:31 pm

I'm actually not sure what color her eyes are. They dont look blue anymore in her pictures, but I can still see her pupils so maybe a light brown. I'll find out tomorrow Smile

I'm glad to hear her transition to raw went smoothly. I'm going to feed raw too. I have a lot of chicken backs in the freezer to start her on, and I ordered 30 lbs of Turkey legs from my co-op which will be delivered in a couple weeks.[/quote]

Just make sure it's a slow transition, I think I changed too fast for Siva, but her bodies getting used to it now.

Good luck with your baby Very Happy
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