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Here are the Fenton and Drifter Pups.  They are growing fast. Little, or should I say Big Red pup already got himself out of the whelping box over the pig rail.  Smart boy, but not too smart - he could not get back in with his brothers and sisters. Mom was a mess and did not know what to do either except to get Donna for some help.

The second week pups are starting to open their eyes.  They can't see much yet, and their ears are still not open.  They are beginning to get up on all four legs, but their balance is not quite there, so they tumble a lot. They are now walking on all fours.  Not too stable but they are moving in the direction they are headed for.  

Now the pups are moving much more, and also peeing and pooping much more.  Mom is not keeping them as clean as she had been.  So that is left up to me!  This week we will start "formal" potty training and introduce many more items for the pups to explore.

The exciting fourth week is upon us.  The pups will be exploring many more environmental stimuli.  They are getting better at their potty training.  They also are becoming much more aware of what is going on around them.  They are starting to eat gruel.  They all seem to like it a lot.  We are feeding them individually so that everyone gets his/her share.  We can also determine if they learned how to lap rather than just suck.  All are lapping up everything they have in thier bowl.

The time sure goes by fast. They are now 5 weeks old.  Teeth are erupting, so we will start getting them used to leaving our pant legs and ankles alone.  On Sunday, they were all 5 and 6 plus pounds.  They are growing up nicely.  This week we will introduce many more items for them to explore and if the weather is good, we will take them outside.

Six weeks is upon us, and there is so much to experience.  Field walks, baths, the "bottle pool", stacking on a table, adventure box and grooming just to name a few.  They are between 7 and 9 pounds at this point.  Doing great with their potty training, but not so much with the biting.  We are starting to feed them whole, but softened kibble.  They are all pretty good eaters.  

The pups are into their 7th week.  They are now 9 plus and 10 plus pounds.  We started giving them hard freeze dried treats and they loved them. We will begin letting their kibble become less moistened and more in it's natural state to get ready for their new homes, and so they can use those needle sharp teeth of theirs.

Eight weeks old. They are feisty, frisky and fun-loving.  Now they are between 10 plus and 12 plus pounds.  

Oh No... It's week 9 and the puppies are going to the homes with their new families.  So far, Blue - Ike is home, Brown - Payton and Red - Summit have left us.  Green - Huey will be going home on Wed.  That leaves the two girls, Yellow - Lisbon and Purple - Desea the last to leave.

 

 

 

Here are the Fenton and Drifter Pups.  They are growing fast. Little, or should I say Big Red pup already got himself out of the whelping box over the pig rail.  Smart boy, but not too smart - he could not get back in with his brothers and sisters. Mom was a mess and did not know what to do either except to get Donna for some help.

The second week pups are starting to open their eyes.  They can't see much yet, and their ears are still not open.  They are beginning to get up on all four legs, but their balance is not quite there, so they tumble a lot. They are now walking on all fours.  Not too stable but they are moving in the direction they are headed for.  

Now the pups are moving much more, and also peeing and pooping much more.  Mom is not keeping them as clean as she had been.  So that is left up to me!  This week we will start "formal" potty training and introduce many more items for the pups to explore.

The exciting fourth week is upon us.  The pups will be exploring many more environmental stimuli.  They are getting better at their potty training.  They also are becoming much more aware of what is going on around them.  They are starting to eat gruel.  They all seem to like it a lot.  We are feeding them individually so that everyone gets his/her share.  We can also determine if they learned how to lap rather than just suck.  All are lapping up everything they have in thier bowl.

The time sure goes by fast. They are now 5 weeks old.  Teeth are erupting, so we will start getting them used to leaving our pant legs and ankles alone.  On Sunday, they were all 5 and 6 plus pounds.  They are growing up nicely.  This week we will introduce many more items for them to explore and if the weather is good, we will take them outside.

Six weeks is upon us, and there is so much to experience.  Field walks, baths, the "bottle pool", stacking on a table, adventure box and grooming just to name a few.  They are between 7 and 9 pounds at this point.  Doing great with their potty training, but not so much with the biting.  We are starting to feed them whole, but softened kibble.  They are all pretty good eaters.  

The pups are into their 7th week.  They are now 9 plus and 10 plus pounds.  We started giving them hard freeze dried treats and they loved them. We will begin letting their kibble become less moistened and more in it's natural state to get ready for their new homes, and so they can use those needle sharp teeth of theirs.

Eight weeks old. They are feisty, frisky and fun-loving.  Now they are between 10 plus and 12 plus pounds.  

Oh No... It's week 9 and the puppies are going to the homes with their new families.  So far, Blue - Ike is home, Brown - Payton and Red - Summit have left us.  Green - Huey will be going home on Wed.  That leaves the two girls, Yellow - Lisbon and Purple - Desea the last to leave.

 

 


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