well i haven't posted on here about bonnies pups. but she had 9 pups four weeks ago, 3black females, 2 yelllow dogs and 4 yellow females. All nine now have fantastic homes, 1 being with us which we have called sophie. They have started eating quite well now.
theres a few we have nick named like the right pup we call casper
not fair two on one lol
mummy wake up
this balls a little big
please let us out to play we will be good honest
see we will peeeeeee on the floor
eat mummies food
run around and play
i know ive been naughty
we can escape any way
hungry now lets eat
Cute puppies, (I think its a rule to post who the parents are and what are their clearances)
P.S. Time to trim nails, poor momma!
CUTE!!!! :-* :-*
It's not the destination, it's the journey!
well as most people know the dam is killaney queen and shes getting her hips/elbows and eyes done in january.
sire tamilinty duke clear eyes and his hips were a combined 8. they are going to the vets tommorrow for a general health check, their four week worming and nails to be trimmed.
Melissa, to answer your question:
That's all I have to say, except that all puppies melt my heart, and the same cannot be said for people.
Cute puppies....lots of them!!!
(I never heard of the rule)
Linda and Zoë, the Umlaut
psst Linda - read the link posted above! You will see why
Jackie, Champ, and Buddy
ok sorry i haven't got bonnies hips, eye and elbows done yet (shes had her heart checked) But i never said i wouldn't as we are once the pups are weaned. the sire has so we just didn't pick any dog up from the street and say that will do. we considered it well. One thing i can say its that we prob care for them pups alot better than some and we aren't some puppy farm. they have everything they need, they are all growing up confident and forward we don't have one in the litter that sits back they all come to you wagging their tails and are happy. we have found them all fantastic homes where they will continue to be loved and cared for the way we have for the rest of there life which is the most important factor. The experience has been wonderful and i will consider breeding in the future and i know things don't always go well, i have been breeding horses for a few years and we still have them all, we have lost foals, we have nearly lost our mare and we know when enough is enough and wouldn't breed if we thought their was a higher risk than normal cause it didn't go well the time before. What about everyone else who breeds pups they must of had a first time, they take the risks and im sure silly mistakes were made and i am sure they learned from their mistakes, and I won't be breeding from my bitch or any other for that matter til all the breed health schemes are done. Ive said my piece now and everyone can think what they want from it but i didn't post the pictures to get ridiculed, for the bitch that was already done..
Adorable pups! (I'm surprised that they didn't pop that inflatable pool.)