Annie and Silver's December 7th 2020 litter
Newest pictures are at the top of the page, the further down you look, the younger the pups.
WARNING BIG UPDATE, PLEASE LET ALL PICTURES LOAD.
These pups have had their 1st vet check and inoculations, everyone is doing great and growing fast.
They are now 100% weaned.
Here are the new pictures.
Everyone is now sporting a new orange ID collar, this will remain with them until they go home.
The smallest of the wheaten girls, she is a lover.
She prefers to let her sisters go first but once she feels that it's safe she jumps to action.
She is very much like her sister above in personality, she likes to explore too.
She is the most confident (and fluffy) of the wheaten girls.
Her tail seems to wag non-stop.
She is the smallest pup in this litter but not by much.
She is a bit cautious until she feels it's safe and then it's, GAME ON!
Her brindle is a bit more of the brownish/red variety with a little silver sprinkled in.
She's cautiously confident and cautiously curious.
What I mean is that she tries to be careful but eventually her curiosity gets the best of her, everytime.
She has more silver than red in her brindle, sometimes the light makes the silver pop.
She is black.
She seems to be the most confident pup in this litter.
Alpha pup? Maybe...or Maybe it's girl 3, hard to tell right now.
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On December 7th 2020, Our Annie along with Silver had beautiful litter of 6.
3 wheatens, 2 brindles and 1 black.
I am placing these pups to folks on my waiting list.
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These pups will be ready to go home on Saturday, February 6th 2021.
These are 1st pictures, the pups are almost 5 weeks old here.
They are still nursing from Mom and are they eating solids.
By this time next week they will be weaned away from Mom and will have 1st inoculations.
There will be a big photo update in about 2 weeks.
They have a few tear stains because weaning means some crying, these will fade away in a few weeks.
Everyone is still a little unsure about the world but confidence will build over the next couple weeks.
Left to right:
3 wheaten Girls, 2 brindle girls, 1 black girl.
Just the brindles and black
Just the wheatys
Please check back in about 2 weeks for a BIG update.