Annie’s Puppies

We have a full nursery!! Annie’s pups are growing nicely and everything is going very smoothly with her litter.






She could *maybe* be cleaning them a little better, but we don’t intervene on that issue when they are this young. They will probably get a bath at 4 weeks old and she could always step up the pace as well, you never know!!

There are 6 females in this litter, 2 Tri color, 2 Blenheim, and 2 Sable/White.

Pansy’s Blenheim Girls

We have two lovely blenheim females in Pansy’s litter. One is average size and the other is very small. They are doing well and will be going home soon!


This is the little girl


This is the bigger girl.

They are starting to eat solid food and they are toddling off the bed to potty. I saw the bigger girl clamor into the litter box today so that process has started as well!!

Pansy is a calm mother and as always, doing a great job. She was our c-section mom that I posted on the FB page. She is spayed and will be retired after the puppies are weaned and have gone to their new homes.

Abbey’s Babies

First, I have to say that in the last post, I had said they were Abbey’s puppies. That was wrong. They were actually Chantel’s pups (I’ve corrected my mistake)

These are Abbey’s puppies!




This litter has been perfect so far. All 5 puppies are nursing and gaining weight without any outside help. They are warm and fat and quiet because their bellies are full and they are content. Abbey is calm and devoted and doing a fabulous job on her first litter.

The puppies are all Sable/White and one is Solid Sable. He is a male. There are 2 other males and 2 females.

This litter looks like smooth sailing and the puppies will be old enough to go home after June 9th.

For those booking flights to pick up your puppy in person, now is the time to plan and book a flight!

Feel free to email me with questions. Those on the waiting list will have first choice at these puppies when they are 5 weeks old.

Oh the Sweetness!

Chantel had her puppies yesterday! They were pretty tiny pups and I was worried about them so I brought her in the house so I could help the little ones get latched on during the night.

I was up late with them making sure everyone had fat bellies and this morning I woke to 5 beautiful (and small) thriving puppies. I was so happy to see the littlest 2 latched on without my assistance.

They are little rows of hot dogs all latched on and nursing successfully! When it’s the mother’s first litter, we never know if things will go smoothly or if it will be a complete disaster. Chantel is doing an excellent job and I’m pleased with how totally calm she is!!

Enjoy the pictures here from this morning (they are still less than 24 hours old), and there are more photos and several videos of this litter on our FB page (link in sidebar).




Update on Spangle

This adorable pup went home last month. Her family names her “Spangle” after the town she comes from! She is so cute in this picture:)


Hi Kristy
Spangle is doing great – and loves the soccer, lacrosse and baseball fields!
She looks a little tired in this photo as we wear her out with the 3 kids’ full schedules.
She has been with us a month tomorrow – she’s been the easiest cutest smartest sweetest puppy ever!
Thank you!