The puppies were nine weeks old on February 15 and went in for their second round of shots. They also had blood drawn for the health study and were micro chipped.
Since the weather has been nice they have been spending most of their time outside and loving it. They get to play with momma until she gets tired of them and they play with the Hide -A -Bee. They are really developing well and have begun to show their different personalities.
D Litter are now 9 Week Old Otterhound Puppies
Hunter’s Dallas Diva
Dallas is more independent and sure of herself. She readily explores and is not easily frightened. She likes attention but is not really a cuddlier.
Currently her bite is slightly off but that could correct as she grows. She could do well in the show ring. She was 17 pounds.
Hunter’s Darco Winn
Darco puts on a tough front and can have a temper but likes attention. He doesn’t mind being alone but likes being with the others. While not the bravest, he isn’t fearful.
He is submissive to the older dogs but not cowed. He loves the Hide-A-Bee bees. He was 17.4 pounds.
Dora the Traveler.
Dora is independent and explores everywhere. She likes attention and following her nose. She doesn’t like loud noises and initially runs but quickly recovers to check it out.
She is very possessive of food and has to have a separate bowl. She also could do well in the show ring. She was 17.8 pounds.
Hunter’s Diana Evanna
Diana doesn’t need the others but likes staying close. She likes attention and cuddling. She is submissive at feeding times but can hold her own when she wants.
She is not afraid of new things. She loves the bees from the Hide-A-Bee. She was 15.4 pounds.
Hunter’s Douglas Beorn
Douglas generally stays with the other pups except when he is following his nose. He likes attention and can be very affectionate. He stands up to the older dogs as an equal.
He likes the bees from the Hide-A-Bee. He could do well in the show ring. He was 18.2 pounds.
Hunter’s Doyle Crispin
Doyle is also independent even though he is smaller than the rest. He is not afraid of new things or loud noises. He likes attention and is very affectionate.
He loves playing with the hive of the Hide-A-Bee and sometimes sticks his head in it. He currently is not show quality. He was 12.2 pounds.
Hunter’s Dawn Star
Dawn generally stays with the other pups but dominates them. She will fight over food and stands up to the older dogs. She likes attention but is not a cuddlier.
She is a happy girl most of the time and could do well in the show ring. She was 17.4 pounds.
Hunter’s Dillon Peyton
Dillon is comfortable both with the others or alone. He is very affectionate and wants attention. He can be somewhat needy. He has a great head and would show well except for the hook in his tail.
He responds to his name better than the others. He was 16.8 pounds.
Hunter’s Damon Aleron
Damon likes attention and is very affectionate. He likes to follow his nose a lot. While he is more laid back and often goes off by himself he can hold his own.
He would be most striking in the show ring with his coloration and long lovely ears. He was 16.8 pounds.