The Bordoodle Puppies got to explore and play with their Aunt Dot today. Their confidence is growing, Dot is doing great and being very gentle.
They are getting to explore and learn new things everyday. Pixie is working on teaching them manners and doggy language. They got to interact with the other dogs more today. Our Lab is such a good auntie to them. She is very protective and makes sure Larry behaves around them. They were so tired we had puppies sleeping everywhere! We had to crawl under a table to get a picture of pink girl!
The puppies have all been reserved. We put this video together for the owners to see their puppies at play. We have their colored colors on so you can pick your puppy out in the video. They were also introduced to the new puppy play area and new toys today. They wore themselves out and took a long nap after recess. (they aren't quite used to the collars yet, they kept trying to scratch them off)
Bordoodle puppies had their first bath and a photo session yesterday. They are 4 weeks old today and are old enough for visitors now. Our friends and family are helping socialize them! They are doing great and are very friendly!
The bordoodle puppies are 3 weeks old today. They got to taste real food! I made them a puppy mash with 2 cups of kibble and 1 cup of warm water. After letting it soak for 15 minutes it was ready to serve.
They also got their first nail trim this week. I will be working on brushing them next and getting them used to having their feet, ears and mouth touched.
Pixie is such a good mom. She keeps her puppies clean and fed. We make sure Pixie gets excellent nutrition to pass along to her babies. They are almost 3 weeks old and getting more active.
The bordoodle puppies are opening their eyes! We are so excited to see their progress each day. This one is one of the males and he has a cute little beauty mark on his nose.
They are also learning how to walk this week. Still a little stumbly, but getting more coordinated each day.
We have completed their Early Neurological Stimulation and we are now going to be working on socialization. We will be handling them more as they get closer to 3 weeks old. Soon after that we have friends and family who are anxiously awaiting to come meet them.