So Brodie's breeder contacted us that she might be having a new litter - no confirmed pregnancy yet though. We had told her we wanted first dibs, but she goes down her waiting list of folks and while she contacted us first, she wanted us to say boy/girl/coat. I told her I can't. I can't commit to a pup without meeting him/her so while we were first on her list after the sire's breeder who gets real first dibs, I told her to go down her list and if there is an unclaimed pup, we would like to meet him/her. Hubby is sort of wanting a girl - me, well I've had male pets for so many years, I am really afraid of being knocked off my spot there as lead bitch in the house! So for those of you with both boys/girls - what do you really think are the differences once fixed? Brodie is definitely a momma's boy and Kooper is permanently attached to my feet. Brodie, however, loves everyone fairly equally - I'm just the one who always takes him out and feeds him twice a day. He will snuggles with me though, where he is not really a snuggler at all. He never, ever snuggled - now he comes racing and just jumps on my lap and flops for loving. I did grow up with a female, but always have gone to males cuz we had kids and I look at males as goofy, loving, playful and an all around family friend. One of my classmates has a female, she is definitely more of a one person gal / primadonna, where her brother is the goofy, awkward, silly thing. So what can you tell me about your girls?