Thursday, March 27, 2008

Looks Like Puppies

Here are two early early ultrasounds. It really does not look like much, but you could actually see little pulsations in these little sacs during the ultrasound. It is too early to count how many, but there are a few. We are a little over 2 weeks into the pregnancy. Cheeto is having a little morning sickness, but if she eats often and small amounts she is fine. Sound familiar?

Thursday, March 20, 2008

Kari and the E puppies at Class

Carol and Ellie, Kari, Cheeto's puppy raiser, Jim and Elwood and Amy and Emmy.

Everyone is growing and mastering their commands. Good job E puppies. You are a smart and beautiful bunch. Thank you foster raisers this is a fun and challenging time. We know how hard this can be. They can behave so beautifully and then they lose their minds. They are sure they have never been taught the command "sit". Thanks to Carol for the picture.

Yes, I guess the word is out. Cheeto was bred to a yellow lab Lincoln earlier this month. Puppies in early May?

Thursday, March 13, 2008

Ellie on the Slopes

Here is a picture of Ellie and all of her buddies from Michigan Adaptive Sports. They finished their season up at Crystal Mountain last weekend. Ellie did extremely well with all people and places. She is right in the middle, yellow and furry with her cape on. If you click on the photo you can see a full screen of this smiling group. These E puppies will soon be 6 months old. Thanks Carol.

Sunday, March 9, 2008

Mr. Oz Returns to Paws

Ozzie, also known as Mr. White is returning to PAWS this week. I am sure other O Puppies will be finding their way back there shortly. Thank you all for the time you have spent on these dogs. Having given up a puppy before, I know how hard these last days are as you ready your dog for their next step. I have had the opportunity to visit with OZ often and have come to love his sweet personality and gentle grace. He is such a lover with his long legs and huge heart. Teresa and her family have done a fabulous job with him and I know he will be greatly missed. Good luck Mr. Oz. We hope to hear great things about you soon.