Information and pictures of individual pups can be found on their pages.
Nine weeks: Pups begin to go to their new homes. Those that are still with me continue with training.
Eight Weeks: The pups are weaned, eating solid food. They receive the second round of vaccines (Distemper, Adenovirus type 1, Adenovirus type 2, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus, Leptospira canicola, Infectious canine hepatitis, Leptospira grippotyphosa, Leptospira pomona, Leptospira icterohaemorrhagiae), flea and tick preventive and heart worm preventative. Agility contacts and basic obedience are introduced.
Seven weeks: Completely underfoot and running around. They play vigorously for about 1 hour then sleep for about 2. Mama rarely allows them to nurse. Bordelella is given via nasal spray, not too much fun.
Six weeks: They are eating well and playing outside. Crate training has begun, pups received another worming and first set of vaccinations (Distemper, Adenovirus type 1, Adenovirus type 2, Parainfluenza, Parvovirus).
Five weeks, the eating has begun and they are playing with toys. Weather permitting, outside time begins
Four weeks: pups are doing a respectable imitation of walking. They are beginning to discover toys and siblings. Occasionally one will try food, usually “eating” with their feet. Puppies are wormed, and potential show dogs have DNA samples taken.
At 3 weeks trouble begins, they are squirming well enough to occasionally escape from the “crib.”
At 2 weeks, the pups are very wiggly and trying hard to walk. The eyes are starting to open, they begin to hear and understand some sounds and the pups are very vocal when they are not asleep. Puppies are wormed
first week Mama and her pups enjoy a quiet private room. Eyes and ears are closed at this stage, but the nose works well.
Two litters: Yancy and Goble, born 7/7/2019, four pups Harper (white female); Hilde (tricolor female); Hamish ( tricolor male) & Hamlet (white male).
Atta & Goble born 7/15/19 2 pups Indy (white male) & Inna (white female)