You know when I picked out Bailey at 2 weeks old, I went with him because he was the smallest and had the cutest features. The breeder said he would probably remain square, short nose, and he had all his points, etc. However, I didn't really have a bond with him like I did his brother at 8 weeks old. I could have changed my mind and taken his brother then, but I wanted to go with the smaller (and cuter), calmer puppy at the time. Well now he's totally different. He has a long nose (which is his cutest feature), a longer body like his mother's and is still growing! I was dead set on getting a dog just like my last one, a small Shih-Tzu, who was almost all white, had a great personality and who I absolutely loved and was bonded to. I ended up with a dog who doesn't look like I thought and who I'm not as close to "yet" (but I think that will come with time.) I think what my point is, I put so much into picking out a puppy based on looks and tried to get a dog like my last one, that this puppy that I got turned out to be much different and is teaching me much to learn about love, true love not based on looks or how bonded I am to him, but what true love is all about. Does anyone know what I mean? Did anyone else pick a puppy just based on looks also or was there a bond there?