Thanks to everyone who voted, voted, voted! It's been a long and tense week. Now it's time to remember >>>
The puppies are now 14 weeks old, and they are growing, growing, growing! This post will be short on words and long on photos and videos!
Jo Jo and I have continued our quest to go somewhere new almost every day. We are so blessed to live in a community with hundreds (literally) of parks! I just get in the car and say, "Siri, Parks near me." She instantly pulls up a long list. I pick one and hit the road! This week we visited several new ones as well as a trip to PetSmart. Jo Jo's "thing" this week is to be disturbed by inanimate objects. The sign at a park; A statue at the park; A rag laying on the floor by the cat adoption area at PetSmart; My shadow late at night. Imagine that! A calm reassuring voice and some kibble always get him beyond his fear, but it is interesting to watch what this little bruiser finds threatening!
The first baby tooth has been reported lost by first born Maxwell! If Jo Jo doesn't stop puncturing my hands, I may begin extracting his prematurely!
We had a meet up with Maxwell mid-week at Chesterfield Central Park. And today, we met Maxwell and Aurora at Faust Park. We walked way further than we should have with young puppies, but it was fun. Thanks to Riley for serving as Team Photographer again!
Photos included of pretty Kiki who broke into the laundry room and found a cozy spot for a nap, some of Jo Jo's adventures this week, and our outing today with the gang. I also indulge myself by including the latest Spotter magazine cover which features our pretty Rhani - mom to the Imagine babies! Videos include Jo Jo's bad walking on a leash skills, Kiki's "bring it" with her signature Drop, Roll & Stop move (which she does every single time she needs to stop running!), and playtime at class on Wednesday night.
Enjoy! Until Next Time....
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 saved them off as pdf's and was reviewing them last night. It was a good refresher on all kinds of things and brought back lots of good memories. Looking forward to Imagine memories too!