zenotri Posted February 3, 2012 Report Share Posted February 3, 2012 I have 2 pups here right now. They look very similar and are actually bred fairly similarly but quite different in nature Fly is my pup, she is 8 months and I've had her since 8 weeks. She's always been an independent pup, very confident, doesn't seek affection much but is always keen for a game or training. She loves to run & run & run. Has never been destructive & is happy to chill out when nothing's going on. Bess is a pup that I've had for a week (I realize she's still settling in) She is 6 months & has been raised on a farm with a heap of other dogs. I took her on to rehome her as she's a nice pup & has nice breeding. The guy that had her has a number of young dogs and he likes the other ones better so let me take her to rehome. He did mention that she was "too darned happy". I thought this was a bit stupid, after all who doesn't want a happy pup...but...Bess is HAPPY! Lol, she's so happy it's almost annoying. Very people focussed and never stops getting into stuff. She's confident, like Fly, but they really contrast in nature. Work wise, they seem fairly similar for the limited exposure they've each had. Do you prefer a more serious or a happy pup? Has anyone ever had a happy pup that was just too happy? Quote Link to comment Share on other sites More sharing options...
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