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    2 aruba pups

    already here in the USA (RI)

    age 10 weeks

    both female

    both wonderful.

    if interested, private message me or member CHERYL or SUGAR
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    Thanks Andrea - they are the sweetest little things. Just brought these pups back from Aruba this past Wednesday. We rescued them from the "Kill Cages" Actually, we rescued 9 pups. four were about 7 weeks old - now they are 10 weeks and we also rescued 5 pups that were only about 2-3 weeks old. They weighed under a pound! I had the pleasure of feeding them puppy formula from the bottle for about 10 days while I was there and they are still with Kathy until they are old enough to bring back.

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    Adorable little girls

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    Both Adopted :-)

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    Great news to hear they were adopted so quickly!! My heart goes out, every time I see a photo of these puppies. I have wanted to adopt a puppy forever, but given my work schedule at the moment, it just really wouldn't be fair. Next year at this time, I will be retired and I will have the time to devote to a new puppy or dog. I do wonder, however, about flying a puppy back to Boston. Since your have to be to the airport so many hours before and the flight is 5 hours, how do you manage the puppy stops, etc.

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    great question
    hope cheryl or sugar can answer as they have done it countless times

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    Puppy-stops are no problem. You just don't feed or give the pup water several hours before you fly. In case of an "accident" we put absorbent daipers or a towel in the carrier but for 5 hours they are usually dry. You can take the pup into the bathroom and it sometimes will pee or whatever on a paper or on a puppy daiper. Other passengers are usually facinated.
    I took a pup to Canada, had a stop in Maimi and another one in Newark. It all went fine.
    Stella

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    thanks stella!!
    i often wondered...... about the bladder issues of the pups?

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    Thanks for the response. The only anxiety I've had about adopting a puppy from Aruba has been the logistics of getting a puppy home.

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    The puppies usually sleep the entire flight. I transported 3 with help from volunteers in June and they all were perfect angels.

    Kathy

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