If this all worked above is a picture of our 3 month old Blue Healer, Deuce (he's 6 mo now).
My wife used to have a house cat (actually she had 4 before we got married). I don't mind cats, but I really despise having cat hair on the kitchen counters, cubbards, and every where else food is prepared. Anyway the cat up and died. Jokingly, I said if you don't get another cat you can get another dog (We already have an Australian Shepard, Pandora; and an 80# beast of a Border Collie named Bear). Being a large animal vet she frequents several farms where litters of pups are often found. About seven weeks prior to this, one of her client's Blue Healer had a litter, but the mother(you put in the correct term), died. So the whole litter was raised by hand from birth.
Anyway I come home from work, and here is this little ankle biting Blue Healer terrorizing our other two dogs. I couldn't say no to him though, as he is extremely affectionate after being hand raised by humans.