In the time since I last blogged a lot has been going on in our dog world.
- We’ve had tons of wonderful visitors helping us socialize the puppies.
- I’ve went to a couple puppy evaluation parties, and saw lots of adorable and very promising Cavalier babies.
- I coordinated an MRI clinic where we scanned 8 Cavalier breeding potential dogs for chiari malformation and syringomyelia, including Loki.
- I volunteered all day at our annual heart and eye clinic, and everyone that was due in this house for heart/eye checks had their cardiology and ophthalmology exams completed.
And I’m having some fun with my new toy, a new little lens for my camera. That means yes finally.. new pictures.
Nika’s puppies turn 6 weeks old tomorrow. They are at their ultra adorable, starting to get into mischief stage.
Today, they had their first adventure outside. It was a short one because even though it was sunny, there was a lot of shivering going on! With some help from Loki they were all running around having a wonderful time. He takes his job of teaching puppy play very seriously, I think he really wishes he could be a mom!
Our Rodeo girl. I’m having a heck of a time getting a decent picture of this little one. She loves to be on the move, and my hired help is a horrible photography assistant. He needs to be fired and replaced. 😉 Tomorrow I will employ our puppy visitors instead.