The puppies have had lots more visitors since the last post! And they've loved them all! On Thursday, we had a mini Mosby/Elsevier reunion when my friends from work visited. Pat brought her 7 and 10 year old grand kids, Mae and Louie, and Lynn brought her mom, Karen. The puppies couldn't decide who to visit with first and next! They also got their first "taste" of long hair!
Leah came to meet the puppies on Friday, and today we had multiple visits! This morning, Kara came by and JoJo's brother, Maxwell's people - Mike and Campbell did too! This afternoon, Nancy and Lyle came from Rolla to meet the puppies. They are looking for a puppy to train as a therapy dog to work with children. I think there might be a candidate or two in this litter that would do a great job at that!
I continue to introduce new toys and objects to the puppies every day. They always identify whatever is different and almost immediately inspect it. They continue to be brave and curious about all sounds, smells and things they encounter! I love the way they all will look directly into your eyes. Even when they are being particularly feisty, it is easy to grab their attention, and they look you in the eye and calm down in seconds. Hoping for great temperaments all around with this bunch!
I've been so busy with trying to take care of the puppies, take care of Rhani (who is doing miraculously well - especially considering that less than 2 weeks ago we thought she was a goner), and give Baili and Jo Jo some attention, that I've spent almost no time looking for homes for these babies. If you know of anyone interested, please send them my way! I am hoping to have them temperament tested but my gut tells me they would all excel in performance events, two are therapy dog candidates, and at least two may be show quality. All would be wonderful companions!
I have lots of cute videos from the past few days and photos! It's hard to pick which ones to post! I will start with some videos!
I leave you for today with some random cute photos of these cuties! Until next time...Every Day Is A Gift!
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!