Saturday, June 10, 2006

Puppies - Week 2.5

I have been getting nagged from the grandmother and the godbitch of the puppies about the lack of recent puppy photos on the blog. To this I can only respond that I received new photos only yesterday. As for the reason why they were not immediately put on the blog, attribute it to work, a really good game of Civilizations, World Cup Football and a simply amazingly warm and beautiful day in Iqaluit.

But anyway, here are the puppies at 2.5 weeks old. And before the nagging begins again for more pictures, the breeder is out of town until the 20th of this month. Yes, she has someone to watch them. But don't expect new pictures until the 21st or so.



You may notice that the puppies are now distinctly less rat-like and have now developed eyes. There is also the inkling of scamp-like behaviour. I imagine they're going to be a lot more mischievous looking next time we see them. There is also the possibility of a video. If I can manage it, I'll put it up on the blog.



By the way, if you're deeply in love with these puppies, the breeder has two left from another litter born recently. Go to here if you want to see them.

5 comments:

colette said...

Oh. My. God. I just made the most unattractive squealing noise. I think I startled the dogs in the yard behind us.

And, you bastard, I did not need to know there are available puppies out there.

His Nibs said...

Perhaps saying how much they cost will prove a disincentive? :)

towniebastard said...

Oh she knows how much they cost...but she's rich now with her new corporate lawyer job, right dear? ;)

C'mon, you know you want one...

And in a further act of evil, did you know there was a breeder in Nova Scotia? I'd feel bad about this, but since you were the one who pointed us towards the breed, I feel free to return the favour...

colette said...

Ah yes, the cost......I have a rough idea. Eek.

colette said...

(Augh--cross-posting there.)
My lap is only big enough for one cat (currently snoozing away in said lap with twitching paws). There's no room for a dog. Even a cute small fuzzy dog.....