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My little puppy is soo noisy..

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Tutti Tue 21-May-13 07:10:43

he is a little snuffler,hhe smacks his lips all the time when he is going to sleep,does that little hmm noise when he stretches,just generally 'noisy'

I love it!!

makes me feel all warm and fuzzysmile

i am so proud of him and how good he is

sorry just wanted to share the fuzzinesssmile

Tutti Tue 21-May-13 14:54:52

blush

fanoftheinvisibleman Tue 21-May-13 19:20:02

Don't be blush just enjoy smile He sounds lovely!

furbaby Tue 21-May-13 19:29:17

Oooh I need a squeeze with him smile

Mine makes sucky kissy noises in his sleep smile

Tutti Tue 21-May-13 20:12:56

no was blush cos i had no replies so thought you all thought I was soft....

I loves him!!!

he is a bichon frise who is just he loveliest little fella..even my dh who was not convinced is smitten..

Allthingspretty Tue 21-May-13 20:16:01

Dogs are brilliant

Tutti Tue 21-May-13 20:19:00

Yeah they are grin

VBisme Tue 21-May-13 20:20:47

Can't wait for a doggie! Snuggles ahoy!

Bowlersarm Tue 21-May-13 20:23:08

There is something very special about puppies. Enjoy him!

Tutti Tue 21-May-13 20:25:17

And when he yawns he does this squeak thing and shakes his head as if its such a big thing to get a yawn out....

LegoAcupuncture Tue 21-May-13 20:29:05

I have a 9 week old one, she is like a herd of tiny elephants when she runs around.

She is very moany if you touch her when she sleeps and makes sucky noises when she sleeps. I luffs her.

HousewifeFromHeaven Tue 21-May-13 20:33:25

I have a little rescue pug who squeaks yawns out. He's lovely too!

Spamspamspam Wed 22-May-13 21:34:27

Oh My... I so shouldn't have come into this thread this evening. I managed to convince my husband 2 years ago to get a puppy and we have the most adorable 2 year old imaginable - we are so smitten it is truly sad. That was it no more however for some reason mini snauzers keep presenting themselves in the most cutest way and I have started googling tonight to see what might be available locally - STOP ME!

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