Well not much going on around the kennels gut I wanted to give you all an update on Rosie. It doesn't look good she was diagnosed with "wobblers syndrome" which is pressure on the spinal cord in the neck. We brought her home Tuesday and have been keeping her in a crate to rest and let any possible swelling to go down in the neck. She is eating well and drinking well but she still has no equalibrium and this cause her to walk funny. We will continue with her meds and see where it takes us but unfortunately I am afraid that this will not get better only worse if so we may have to put an end to her suffering.
The puppies are doing well and are really moving around and exploring the world around them. Started them on their worm medicine this week they really love that stuff. We are starting them on solid foord this week and soon we will be taking them away from Momma to get them ready to head to their new homes. They are so fun to watch I will try to get some video this weekend and I will post it here.
Gem seems to be doing well he is not filling with fluid as fast. the new drug we have her on seems to be doing some good and that makes me happy.
Spice was bred on the 14th and 16th that means we will have puppies somewhere around the first week of April. Our current litters will be going to there new home on the weekend of 15th of March. We have not made solid arrangements but we will when we closer to that date. One puppy is going to Conneticut, one to Ohio and the other to Illinois. The Illinois puppy is a repeat customer and we always like repeat customers that means we are doing things right and that is our goal, to produce a quaility puppy that is intellegent, easy to train, and is a great companion.
It has been a long week after the weekend we had last weekend hope to get a few things done around the kennels and rest. Monday is a holiday for me so I am looking forward to the 3 days off.
Hope you all have a great weekend and I'll catch up next week.
" He is your friend, your partner,
your defender, your dog.
You are his life, his love, his leader.
He will be yours, faithful and true, to the last beat
of his heart. You owe it to him to be worthy of
such devotion." - Unknown