10/27/2022 0 Comments
A Picture's Worth A Thousand Words!
I've been a terrible blogger and I apologize! There are simply not enough hours in the day to take care of Rhani, take care of puppies who have an absentee momma, give Jo Jo and Baili some time so they don't feel totally neglected, and do minimal responsibilities for DCA, DCAF, DCGSL and JuJu Consulting - all poorly! So, this update will be mainly photos and a few videos!
Puppies are growing and developing....
Four Week Mug Shots. Already?
These are really more full body shots. I think they are very cute, but I am biased. And none of them thinks the camera will steal their souls! They seem to love to pose! Assuming I find the right homes for each of them, I have only less than 4 more weeks to enjoy them.
Yes, they still sleep a lot, but they are so cute doing it....
Visits continue! Since I last posted, Dave & Margot came again; Cindy and Stephen visited (and Stephen twice!); Aunt Linda was here again; and Donna and Rich came by today. They have more visitors planned tomorrow, Sunday, Monday and next Thursday. Reservations still available! The more the merrier! I'd like them to meet different people every day! Thanks to Aunt Linda and Donna & Rich for the very fun toys they brought for the babies and to Dave and Margot for the very nice wine you brought for us! And special thanks to Stephen (the puppy whisperer) for entertaining the babies and challenging them with airplane zoomies, dangling keys, funny sounds and tennis shoes!
Rhani is home....
Rhani came home from the hospital a week ago. She is happy to be here. Her condition is guarded, but we have some hope she will be ok. When all is resolved, I will share all details available. In the meantime, your continued good wishes for her recovery are very appreciated. Until next time.... Every Day Really Is A Gift
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I like to keep a diary of the puppies as much for myself as for prospective puppy buyers and interested friends. Sadly my blogs for Lucy's and Baili's litters are no longer available due to legacy systems, but I recently reviewed the Imagine Litter blog. It was a good refresher on all kinds of things and brought back lots of good memories. Looking forward to Cardinal memories too!