The Justyne puppies have all made it home safely and they are settling into their new homes. We are off and running with the next batch of puppies…three litters from Paige, Pearlie, and Paisley.
There are 15 puppies and they will all be ready at basically the same time, the weekend of April 10-12. We may be able to allow some to go a tad earlier, but we will discuss those details with each family individually.
If you are on our waiting list, and you are ready for a puppy, please call me! It will be easiest if we just talk on the phone. My number is 509-936-2715.
If you want to get on the waiting list so you can have a shot at choosing one of these puppies, send me an email at firstname.lastname@example.org.
I just posted videos of these puppies on my Facebook page. Don’t be confused by who got raised by which mother. Paisley had an emergency c-section and we had to put her on an antibiotic that was not safe for nursing puppies. We had to foster her babies to Paige and Pearlie and while things were pretty intense for the first 10 days, everyone is doing well, beginning to eat solid food, and developing right on track with playing, investigating, and just being as cute as can be.
Since there are 15 puppies all the same exact age, I want to get a jump on the puppy matching process so let’s get this conversation started.
The first litter was born on Saturday, February 15. These are the Paige & Snoopy pups.
The next litter was born Sunday, February 16. These are the Pearlie & Finn pups. I was fully expecting Paisley to have her babies before Pearlie, but that didn’t happen (though we didn’t have to wait long). Here are the Pearlie pups.
We were excited to see a black/tan puppy as they are extremely rare. The solid sable brothers are gorgeous and have a nice rich color. They are a bit bigger than their sister.
I was keeping my eye on Paisley all weekend and by Sunday evening, I could see we were going to need some vet assistance. In a nutshell, she went to the emergency vet and had a c-section which produced 7 (SEVEN-that’s a huge litter) babies and they were all alive. We scrambled, fostered, worked around the clock (for 10 intense days) to be sure all puppies were thriving, and managed to keep them all alive and well. Here are the Paisley & Kingsley pups, also born on Sunday, February 16.
We were crazy excited to see both Tri color AND black/tan again in the Paisley litter. People often have to wait a significant amount of time to get a puppy with those specific colors.
All of these puppies are currently 5 weeks old this weekend. We are busy introducing them to solid foods, new toys, sounds, and experiences.
We can’t wait to see who all of their forever families will be. We are hoping that travel will still be possible when they are ready to go home we are doing our part to have them ready. Give us a call!
Let’s talk soon!!