Just a quick look at the new litter from Lilly & Colby, born November 5, 2013.
The boys. Sable/White & Sold Apricot/Red.
The Whole Gang!!
These pups are just getting cuter every day! For now, they are available to those on the waiting list. Official puppy selection will begin at 5 weeks, though they may be selected earlier than that.
Solid Sable Girl
Solid Sable Boy
Solid Sable Boy
Reposting this as we still have this gorgeous and fun male puppy looking for his forever home!
We have just one Bichon Frise Male puppy still available. His brother went home this morning to be the 2nd pup to a family with a female Cavachon. He’s going to make a perfect little brother.
This pup could be a little brother too, or maybe just “the man of the house”! His personality is spunky and fun and he’s ready to go anytime!
He is very attentive and ready to be in the middle of whatever is happening!
He is also very sweet and affectionate! Who could resist this face?
What an incredibly gorgeous litter with lots of good coloring! Daisy’s litter is simply thriving and they are growing into fat and sturdy puppies.
Here is a quick look at them on their one week old birthday.
The female has more white on her body and her sable color is a bit lighter. The face shot is of her.
These puppies are robust and will be a healthy 16-22 lbs as adults.
Nursing with mama! The girl is on the right, and her brothers are on the left!
This is what a “hot dog” looks like in the summer in the nursery! This was one of those scorching days in July, and when I came into the nursery to check on the pups, this little guy was sprawled out on his back, trying to stay cool!
Nursing again. They all have great color and they are growing to be nice and fat!!
Such a cute age!
Our little girl, reserved for Joni & family.
The smaller boy with lots of black.
The larger boy with lots of black.
The smallest boy with lots of white.
These 3 males are reserved for selection. Looking forward to talking with Amy, Jamie and Suzy to make final selections.
Videos up next!
Oh, if only her litter had been more than one puppy!! I can only imagine how beautiful they all might have been.
This girl is drop dead gorgeous and a beautiful representation of what a sable/white puppy can look like.
She has been reserved and will fly home with her new owner right at 8 weeks old. She is going to be a California girl!
She’s had her first worming and she’s starting to eat solid, but softened food (soaked in water). She is a gem. Enjoy her photo shoot!
Her markings are just beautiful and her color is rich!!
Hanging out on the ranch!
She has good color throughout! She is friendly and growing nicely. As soon as she’s had her first shot, I will let her socialize with the smallest of the Cavalier puppies that I have right now, so she can know what it’s like to have a sibling. Until then, she is just hanging with mama, who is taking very good care of her!!
We have the joy of working with the small Blenheim male from Pansy’s litter as an Accelerated Puppy.
We have started crate training with him and have been socializing him with as many people as we can. Once he’s had his 2nd shot we can start taking him more places with us so he can meet even more new people and get used to traveling in the car.
He is a very social boy and full of energy. His final destination is New York City after he is neutered. This should be a fun journey.
It rained outside, and he got a little wet when he went out to potty. We brought him in and snuggled him in a big blanket!
He is very curious and alert to all of his surroundings!
His current buddy is “Bella”, the black/white Cavachon female that is still available for adoption.
He is a lover boy and a ball of wiggles!
Here is an update from the family that got Pansy’s blenheim female! Glad things are going well:)
We’ve had Luna about a week-and-a-half now and she is certainly settling-in as a member of the family! She is a funny, energetic puppy – I have nicknamed her Luna-Tic!
She passed her vet check with flying colors, uses her UGoDog alomost every time she potties, loves her many toys, and curling up on our laps when she is done running around the house or yard at full speed. We are having such a good time with her! N.