Monthly Archives: June 2014
Good Morning! Yesterday was a day of escapes. See, Miss Penny felt sleeping next to the whelping bed opening was the thing to do. Well, the pups pulled themselves out and over, slid down Mom’s side and had a snack. … Continue reading
I walked into the office and spied the puppies playing! Enjoy the short video.
Good Morning. It amazes me how their personalities really start showing themselves once they can see and hear. Of course I could tell early on which ones loved belly rubs. We have one female who loves to climb up on … Continue reading
This mornings walk was extra fun we had: Deke from the Wild Bunch litter and Rolo from the GingerSnaps! Of course Goliath, Willow, Flora (Ginger Snaps), Loki, Freyia and Penny were along. Interesting enough I only got photos of the … Continue reading
Good Morning! Yesterday we had a tad bit of excitement. I was here working on the computer ( whelping bed is to my left) and I felt something soft rub against my foot. I reach down to pet what I … Continue reading
Today I attended the annual open house for Hero Dogs. I have donated 4 puppies to this great organization. Sadly the youngest Amber was not in attendance. But, Happily the others and Beau were attending. I got to visit and … Continue reading
Oh, boy I love this stage. They hear my voice and pop their little heads up. Some are even wobbling over to me for attention. They love face rubs already. Sorry so late, Penny was nursing and didn’t want to … Continue reading
Yippee, We can see- well, sort of. Yes, their eyes are open, focused? Not so much. First few photos are from last night. I so love seeing them snuggle and pull their face in.
As some of you know I do take on rescues from time to time. Mostly family turn ins. A few months ago I took in a lab/suluki mix female that was owned by a Disabled Veteran who was spending so … Continue reading
Good morning, we have eye shine! Meaning their eyes are starting to show and the real adventures will begin. Not many photos this morning Penny wanted to feed right away. Usually she waits till I finish the photos. See she … Continue reading