Samantha J Posted September 24, 2007 Report Share Posted September 24, 2007 Well we have been thinking now for ages about having a pup pal for Holly. I think she is now getting to the point that we should be looking around for one. Especially sinse last weeks holiday, she is starting to realise dogs are for playing with as well as just saying hi. Anyway as some of you know i got Holly from a KC breeder. I don't regret getting her and still agree with some of KC things. I do still keep in touch with Holly's breeder who i think is great but I have changed my views a lot since joining this forum though, having previously thought KC was the best thing all round. This is how it is for me now - I have Holly and want a pal, my husband still thinks KC is the best, i don't want to try to change his opinion, i don't feel strongly enough or to be honest know enough to try and tell him differently at the moment. I have however told him of looking for ISDS instead which he is fine with but still wants to see parents, have eye tests and that. We want a puppy this time around again as we are not sure what we are doing children/family wise and if i wait until we know what we want/have Holly maybe too old to accept one. We both agree though that when no kids are involved we both would like to adopt. Our options would be so different then. Also we would have more experience, i know that a lot haven't got big problems but it's the not knowing what they have been through bit that scares us especially if we had young children around too. Right so what i would like advice on is finding good, isds breeders preferably in the south of the UK who will sell us a good temperament puppy but not for working.? We don't have a lot of sheep etc around us so it isn't as easy for me to go locally like i presume it is in Scotland. So if anyone can point me in the right direction or recommend anyone i would appreciate it. Thanks Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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