Well, all but one puppy have left for their forever homes. I have to say they are all very fortunate to have found such happy, healthy and loving families!
Here are some photos and a note from one of them who adopted a puppy from Lily’s litter…..
…Now Pippa, she is little girl #3 with the pink collar.
Pippa had a great visit with our vet today. She was very healthy and was a hit at the office.
Attached are a few photos of Pippa that we thought you would enjoy!
Pippa has already brought so much joy into our home, and we are excited to have her meet our neighbors and the rest of our family.
-Dave, Patsy, Kaitlin & Margaret
Here is another from the family who adopted one of Marli’s pups.
Puppy #3 is now Tiller!
Tiller is fantastic! What a doll. He did great at the airports, seemed excited by the adventure. Got to fly First Class on his first flight. (Spoiled already.) Put him underneath the seat, he didn’t make a peep the whole time. Kinda like he shrugged his little shoulders, said “Yeah, ok” curled up and went to sleep. Natural flier!
Slept well last night, too, in his airline carrier on my bed. Just one potty break at about 5am.
Tiller’s adapting well to his puppy playroom. He occasionally voices his displeasure at being trapped by a baby gate, but seems to understand “quiet” and “shush.” He settles down so quickly, I’m amazed. He’s also a great self-soother. He seems pretty content to play with his toys and scan for baby gate weaknesses to exploit. (He is obviously intelligent and already responds to his name:) I swapped his litterbox and crate positions today. A little while later, caught him dragging his placemat/water bowl across the room. Guess he wanted in on the renovation! When he’s quiet, I take him out every hour to snuggle/play. He’s so snuggly, soft, sweet, and tiny! We are bonding well.
He’s using his litterbox (yay!). Peed once on a towel last night (easy mistake) and once on floor today (excited maybe?). Got a little poo on floor today, but only because his stool is soft- he did use his box. I’ll mention it to vet tomorrow, but presume it’s the food change. Not concerned at all.
Went to a few stores today. Socialization opportunities abound with a puppy this cute. Everyone wants to meet Tiller! He did great.
My seating is such that I can see Tiller in his puppy room and vice versa. He was sleeping for awhile. A few minutes ago, I looked over and he was just sitting quietly looking at me, patiently awaiting my attention. Seriously impressed with this puppy! So now he’s smothering me with kisses!! Good time to sign off.
Thank you, Jacqui, for a wonderful pup! Keep in touch.