Oh Finnie girl, 8 weeks flew by! She loves to watch the kids, birds, and squirrels out the window. She has remained the most easy going pup in the litter. She loves to play, but settles easily and is a great couch cuddler. She is doing well with house training and sleeping through the night! We are so proud of her.
Finnie, our easy going princess!
She is doing excellent in the crate with a buddy and I suspect she will transition to sleeping alone just fine.
She is so smart!
She is doing great at house training and goes right away when taken outside.
This little lady is so special. She is so sweet and still the most laid back pup in the litter.
We decided to take pictures right after dinner last night and she was full of energy! Nothing like a belly full of food to make you want to run... wait? That seems a little backwards, doesn't it? Ha! Ha!
It's been a big week for this little beauty!
She had a lot of outside adventures, started puppy food, and was found by her forever family!
We are so excited hear what name they give her!
She loves food, relaxing in the grass, and laying on the couch.
Cool, calm, and collected... Miss Seven is our most laid back puppy in the litter. She is a little cautious when it comes to new things. While she warms up quickly, she doesn't just hit the ground running when moved to a new environment or being met with new obstacles. She will usually sit or lay down, take a moment to look around, and then slowly and cautiously proceed to check thigns out. She loves to be in someones lap and doesn't venture far from the pack or the people!
Miss 7 is 3 weeks old and doing great!
Now that her eyes and ears open, she is beginning to play and explore with the litter.
We are excited to see personality traits begin to emerge.
Eyes are opening!!
At two weeks old, she is so close to truly getting to know her environment!
She is weighing in at a healthy, 1.7 pounds.
She is currently the second smallest girl in the litter, but it's a close race!
Everyone is separated by just a few tiny ounces.
Miss 7 is seven days old!
She has doubled her birth weight and remains the second smallest girl in the litter.
Her little pink nose is turning brown.
We can't wait to see those little eyes soon!