The puppies are E-NOR-MOUS. Huge. They are now 6 weeks old and fat and sassy and have way more teeth than any puppies on this earth should be allowed to have. If you poured water on my toes, they would behave like little sprinklers now, because they were pierced 90 000 times during my visit. I don’t care! So much cuteness!! Why are puppies so much cuter at other people’s houses??
Cindy is still the smallest of the bunch, and is full of p&v. It looks like Cindy may be staying with her foster home. I have no idea why, it’s not like the kids love her or anything.
Cindy is most precious.
Big Boy Bobby is still … big. Bigger than the other puppies. He has one brown eye, and one half blue, half brown eye. I wasn’t expecting that!
Jan’s tri colour is spreading all over. She has tri bits on her head now too. She is just lovely.
As usual, Marsha is gorgeous in person, but is so not photogenic. She has two bright blue eyes.
Her brother in merleness, Mike, is one of the best looking pups I have ever seen. He has two marbled eyes, half brown, half blue.
He’s going to break some hearts, this one!
Picasso remains the chatty man of the pack, and is such a good looking dog. I like his little egghead!
And Cousin Oliver … well, I managed to mess up his photo even though he was asleep and dead still. But just imagine one of the other puppies in all black and you’ll get the idea.
The kids are doing a GREAT job socializing the pups. The little tykes are getting picked up, swung around, played with, napped with and just generally have a lot more attention than they ever would have gotten here. They are going to make great family dogs and the folks who adopt them are going to be very lucky.
I was happy to see Mona, because Mona was happy to see me! I got big love at the door, and many hugs and adoring tail thumps. She is very attached to her new foster mum, which makes me all gushy, but she didn’t forget me.
She is lovely, Mona.
And Uncle Finn is doing a GREAT job. He loves on the puppies, and has even taught Mona how to play. He is so docile and even tempered with her. This is a shout out to Mr. Handsome Finn Man.
It was worth driving out to the boonies in sub zero temperatures for sure. My car, which likes to tell me how cold it is outside, simply said the word ICE today. Brrr.