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Hello!! I am new to this forum. I hope I posted the pictures correctly.

I help with a rescue and I foster the pregnant dogs usually. This is Tippy and her three male babies. I do not know what breed of Terrier she is and was hoping someone on here may have an idea? And of course I have no idea who she had a date with as we pulled her from the pound 8 days before she had her babies.

She had her babies last Thursday morning all males all healthy!!!

Thank you!!!!
 

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Thanks. The picture was taken about 10 hours after she had the babies. She has since had a bath and looks and smells so much better.

I haven't seen the movie. I'll need to check it out.
 

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Isn't she just a cutie face? I am sure people will be knocking down the doors to get a look at those puppies. I am not good at guessing the little hairy dogs. I would guess poodle mix of some type. Maybe Jack Russell/ Poodle? or Bichon something. Very cute either way. God bless you for opening your heart and your home to these lovely creatures in need. :)
 

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Thank you. One of my friends also said maybe a poodle mix as well. I have such a big heart for animals. I have several of my own (2 horses, 1 pony, 4 large dogs, 4 cats, 2 goats and 5 birds). Most of them are rescue.

She's going to be a little tough. She is very shy very timid but real nice. My last foster dog Honey a Chi and her 3 Chi/Beagle mix puppies were great. Mom was first to be adopted out. She was super friendly, playful and just plain easy going.
 

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BarkParkRanch That is awesome. I always feel sorry for the mama's because the majority of people want puppies and see the mama as "used up" sort of. I have known far too many mama dogs that have been euthanized while the puppies are adopted out the second they are old enough. Granted, little dogs have a much much better chance of adoption then a large breed, especially a Rottie mama. :( I am so glad another rescue person has found the forum. I hope you hang around and get to know all of us.
I currently only have 2 dogs but if I were able to afford it, I would have many many more. I have been active in rescue for over 20 years myself. I lost 3 dogs last year and have settled on the 2 I currently have and the one cat. I have taken in a few training dogs but the foster thing doesn't work so well for me. At least not in Rotties. I currently own my last foster. I am a foster failure. ;) I simply do other roles. I also used to have horses and still officially own one but he is with a different family and I couldn't think about taking him away as he is so loved and well cared for. I also had a bird in the past that I rescued and expected to re-home. (that was along 15 years)
 

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Isn't she just a cutie face? I am sure people will be knocking down the doors to get a look at those puppies. I am not good at guessing the little hairy dogs. I would guess poodle mix of some type. Maybe Jack Russell/ Poodle? or Bichon something. Very cute either way. God bless you for opening your heart and your home to these lovely creatures in need. :)
Some kind of Bichon mix was my 1st thought also
 

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How is personalities of the Bichon? I have been around all the other possible breeds but never a Bichon. The best part is she is house broke and potty pad trained. My last one wasn't but by the time she left to her forever home she was.
 

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Actually, most of the Bichons that I have met have been very nice little dogs.
 
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