The pups are now ten weeks old. They have stopped wetting their bed at night but may in the excitement of getting out in the morning. They love going outside. We had a heavy rain and they spend time on the back porch corralled with two big dog beds. When they got tired six got in one bed and three in the other. They are developing distinct personalities.
Hunter’s Midnight Comet
Pup one is now 20.5 pounds. He can look so funny with the white up either side of his nose and then look just miserable. Here it looks like he will just die if I don’t pick him up.
Hunter’s Harvey Corrigan
Pup two is now 23.1 pounds. He was standing at the gate with the rest but decided to back off and watch. He is generally a sweet fellow but likes to fight with his siblings.
Hunter’s Dynamic Celina
Celina is now 21 pounds. She is a happy girl and will shower you with kisses but don’t try to hold her too long. She is raring to go.
Hunter’s Laird Chilton
Pup four is now 23.7 pounds. He is very affectionate. Here he seems to be reaching out for attention. When the rain ended he managed to slip out of their confinement on the porch and went exploring in the dark.
Hunter’s Laird Clint
Pup five is now 23.2 pounds. He is the most laid back of the litter but that doesn’t mean he isn’t right in there when they fight. He is a very good looking puppy.
Hunter’s Merry Celeste
Celeste is now 20.4 pounds. She is quite the character. She will love on you and seem all sweetness. However put down something special to eat and she tries to run everyone off.
Pup 7 Hunters
Taking Moonlight Chances
Pup seven is now 26.8 pounds. He is still the biggest but he doesn’t throw his weight around. He likes attention but can’t seem to hold still.
Hunter’s Sunny Cheyenne
Cheyenne is now 21.1 pounds. She is the most serious of the girls. She likes attention and will just melt in your arms when she is tired. Otherwise she is going flat out.
Hunter’s Dame Clara
Clara at 16.9 pounds is still the smallest. It is beginning to look like she will always be small. That is not a problem and she should show well if she can be convinced to cooperate.
During a heavy rain the pups were corralled on the porch in an area with two of the big dogs bed boxes. When they finally got tired six of them went to bed in one box.