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Old 02-10-2013, 20:53   #1
Darius
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Default Puppy Planning

Hi, all. I am a long-time lurker on the site, but a first-time poster. In December 2012, my nine year old Darius died of cancer. I don't need to tell anyone on this site how hard that is.

After spending 9 months with only cats, I have come to the conclusion that it is time for a puppy. Having spent nine very happy and fulfilling years with Darius, there is only one choice of breed I am considering for my new little girl.

To make sure she is properly socialized when young, I would like to take her home with me in the early spring, when the parks and forests in and around Amsterdam come back to life (many dog owners seem to hibernate between December and March). I am super excited about having a new little girl in the house, but frustrated at the same time, as I cannot start talking with and visiting breeders who may have puppies in the spring, because the "Planned Litters" are not planned that far in advance.

So . . . my question: Is anyone (breeder) planning puppies in the early spring? Ideally, I would like to visit breeders in NL, but I am willing to travel in Europe to find the perfect addition to our family.

Thanks in advance for any and all information!
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