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Date Posted: 07:53:33 08/11/06 Fri
Author: Beverly
Subject: As for introducing the pups to the clan, I waited until Momma ...
In reply to: Agnes 's message, "Re: When Can I....And has any one befor?" on 00:28:02 08/11/06 Fri

(As for introducing the pups to the clan, I waited until Momma ...) flyer made it clear she wanted 'out' of the nursery closet, by her trying to gnaw a new access hole through the closet wall! This was generally at the 4 week old stage, just after the pups' eyes would open. Keep in mind, however, that my flyers had a 16' x 22' x 8' 'cage' -- and it had two closets, separated by an open shelving unit, as well as plenty of other places to run and play. In a caged environment, I'd probably err on the side of patience, when introducing infant pups to an adult group.


>hahahaha Whats the matter Cindy,,, Getting a
>little nervious about your growing family ... lol
>Your lucky you live far away, They would soon
>disappear if you lived near me. lol Just kidding. I
>threaten everyone to steal their flyers. lol Sara
>has babies right now that I'm planning on stealing...
>I'm not an expert on flyers, I've only had them for 3
>+. I'm still learning. But I have read a lot on them
>and have had this discussion with several HOFs. I
>will tell you this, everyone I talked to has a
>different take on it. You will find half a dozen will
>say no, it better to separate the male and the other
>half dozen are all for it... So Your guess is as good
>as mine. If I may make a suggestion, before I do it,
>I would make very sure that the surgeon was
>experienced in neutering flyers / gliders etc... You
>might even want to email Tom Hauk,
>"Haukthomas@aol.com" he has 50 years of experience
>with flyers working closely with a Vet and has
>preformed major surgery on these little furballs
>himself. I value his opinion.

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