She's just a few days short of 6 months old and she's adorable! Looks very much like her mother! Has the energy of three puppies! Her ears are mostly erect, but they're kind of "soft" and they can be a little floppy. I hear she weighs about 44 lbs. Her tail curls up very regularly, like a northern breed, but not all the time.

Her humans are crazy about her and so is her boy-toy Zeke! Watching them play together was great fun! She's fantastic! We hear she follows her humans everywhere inside the house. Zeke never touches any of her toys (but she doesn't feel the same way...) and they like playing tug together - as well as some pretty impressive rough-housing. Zeke was having some problems after being attacked in the dog park - which was one of the reasons they got him a dog. He's come out of his shell since then.
I don't think she recognized us at all, which is fine. But OMG! I've been having such a thing about seeing the puppies (DH, too) and wanting them back (at the same age we gave them away - for about 15 minutes). We got back in the car and I asked DH if he regretted not keeping one of them and he said, "We just got a new dog - we didn't need a new dog AND a puppy!" After being bombarded with all that puppy energy, I didn't want a puppy at all. Except I might think about fostering puppies if we ever had the time.
Oh, but it was so good to see her!
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Oh, but it was so good to see her!

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I'm glad to hear she's doing well. And how well is she behaved? Did they carry on with the great beginnings you gave her?
Pictures?

No pictures - we were "stalking" her (as usual) and finally she was outside with her "mom" and Zeke.
I'm glad to hear she's doing well. And how well is she behaved? Did they carry on with the great beginnings you gave her?

She's a wild girl and doesn't have many manners (jumped all over me and scratched me). She supposedly knows "sit" and other things, but was completely disinterested in listening to her human, or anyone else. But I also was led to believe that she does MUCH better after she's been exercised, and she hadn't had a long walk today. She has been to puppy school at a generally well regarded facility, although from what I've seen of recent graduates and what I've heard from their owners, I'm beginning to question that.
Her humans love her to pieces, so that works for me. She's not our six-month-old puppy!
Oh, but it was so good to see her!

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I'm glad you got to see your girl!

Lynne