We get asked allllll the time if we really crate all the puppies... You guys, I promise, I wouldn't say it if it weren't true!
We had a few VERY long nights and a few accidents, but we are now two days in to no accidents and very little fussing!
The night light/ sound machine seemed to do the trick for this litter.
I'm a day early, but I thought I'd knock out the blog before the holiday.
We had our visit with Dr. Brent today at Cimarron Animal Clinic and all went well.
These babies are doing wonderful.
They weighed in between 4.6 and 5.9 pounds.
They all took their shots like champs and the assistant let us know that it was VERY obvious they had grown up with kids because puppies who grow up with kids tend to be much more affectionate and easy going... As they licked all over her face! Ha! Ha!
Crate training is going well. We have been sleeping in crates using the buddy system this week and tomorrow we will begin sleeping solo.
The cold, rainy weather put a slight kink on house training the last few days, but we're going strong today and we will keep it up!
The litter we had last week is unrecognizable from the litter have today.
Everyone has grown SO much.
They are all fun, playful, lively puppies.
This week, we will begin crate training AND house training.
Two more weeks and they'll be cuddling their new families...
I'm going to be honest, now that the puppies can really move, they do NOT want to pose for pictures. I'd love to show you your baby in action. If you'd like to see a video of your pup, please email me a good phone number to send it to and I'll text you a quick clip. :)
Pictures really don't do these cuties any justice.
Real Life VS Bribed Poses!
Each puppy was recruited by a child in this house.
Their bandana color does not reflect their individual team preferences. ;)
We're ready for the big game a little early.
I mentioned wanting to get this picture and
the kids absolutely could not wait to dress the puppies up.
Look how much they have grown!
The puppy pen is now full of hopping, barking, splashing in the water bowl, squeaking toys, tail pulling, lots of running and blanket dragging.
Of course, they still spend most of the day sleeping, but when they are awake,
they are really awake!
We have so much fun watching them play.
My kids would live inside the puppy pen if I would let them.
It's been a big morning for our little seven! They made their first trip outside and got their first taste of puppy food, all while being surrounded by an extreme amount of love.
It was exhausting! Ha! Ha!
I am in love!
I have a meeting with kiddos' teacher this morning. I'll be posting individual blogs with a little personality insight later this afternoon. BUT I had to give a sneak peak of these sweet babies before I left.