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9 puppies arrived on May 2nd, 2022

Puppy News

We have one female puppy available.  Champion (aka Sweet Pea) has been cleared for her new home.  Although she is not of breeding or show quality, she will make a wonderful family pet.  She has benefitted from extra time with her canine parents and lots of love from our famiy and friends.  Champion is a sweet, small Entlebucher.  She will continue to grow but may remain considerably smaller than the 40 lb breed standard.  

Please contact us if she might be a good fit for your family.  Pick up in Bergen, Alberta by the end of July.

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May 7:

A busy day at the whelping box.  We had phone calls with prospective families, visitors to see the puppies and the usual routine. 

 

Today's scent introduction was a boot that I wore yesterday to take a mare to the vet, (Its' breeding time for horses).  The boot is a leather upper with composite sole and has visible remains of horse manure and mud in the tread.  Interestingly, the pups were much more interested in staying close to this scent than the peppermint oil, yesterday.

Updates from the C Litter will be added here.  Keep watching for puppy news!  If you are new to the C Litter news, start at the bottom of the page and work your way up.                                                                                          

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On June 28, at 8 weeks of age, we held a structural evaluation.  These photos show a side view, front and back as well as a face picture.  

Some of the pups were more enthusiastic about the project than others but we managed to get everyone's photos completed.

They are vicious monsters with needle teeth and knife blade nails.  It's a challenge to walk through the pen.  

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The last few days have been busy.  We've had lots of visitors to the puppy pen.  First the branding on May 27th, then visiting Ofelia, Giles, Elvis & Isla followed by the FIndley family.  I'm sure there were a few others.  

Meanwhile, the pups have become accustomed to several pens.  They still sleep in their whelping box but during the day, they rotate between a big pen in the basement, a smaller pen in the living room and a large outdoor pen.  They are suddenly interested in toys and climbing. 

They are eating solid food, although it is quite messy.  Mom still goes in to fee them several times a day and through the night.

C Litter - May 30, 5 weeks old
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The girls, Camrose, Champion, Empress & Vermilion.

Each puppy is shown with it's collar colour.  Note the differences and similarities in the face and belly markings.
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The boys, Banff, Kiscoty, Taber & Oyen
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