It’s 1:40 on Thursday morning. Leidy still has at least one puppy to give up. However, the first six are buzzing as they mob the lunch counter. Puppies ranged in size from 6.5 ounces to 10 ounces. I was surprised that two brindles produced so many reds (three of the six so far). After the stragglers are born, I’m going to sleep. Tomorrow I’ll get some daylight photos to share with everyone. The puppy cam photos are courtesy of Carolyn, sitting in Oregon. I held each puppy up to the puppy cam and Carolyn took a screen shot, then posted it. I hope I never take technology for granted because it has absolutely changed our ability to communicate. We are now able to share instantly — how cool is that?
The first six lining up for a family meal
Congratulations! They are beautiful! And look at all the red baddogs!! Is the world ready for this??
P.S. The hussy is home!
Its now 3:53 your time and I was tempted to give you a call, figuring you’re still up. Has the last one arrived?
You have my sympathy…I dread that next week!
Congratulations!!! And all those reds – *swoon* – you know I have a soft spot for reds. Rufus’ sister is named Reba. I smiled when I saw Reba’s name.
Now, try to get some sleep! Great job, Leidy – she already looks like a great mom, I snuck a peek at the puppycam.
What a beautiful litter so far! Go job Leidy!
What beautiful and FLASHY puppies! Good job, Leidy! Okay, sorry, Penni, but I think she needs to pop out at least two more girls! The reds are so deep and BEAUTIFUL! Love the brillient brindles as well! Very, very well done! Congratulations!!!!!
BEAUTIFUL!! I cannot wait to find out what color the straggler is. Congratulations!
Ok Leidy, you need to pop out a 1/2 mask Red boy so I can take it him home and snuggle him and cuddle him forever. Wishes Wishes as I’m not ready for a puppy yet, but I’m getting close.
Good luck baby Chaselets.. Oh yah and I’m going with 2 more both red boys.
Jasmine Fishstick 😉
Congrats on the healthy six, and sympathy for the lost boy.
I’ll be thinking good thoughts at everyone, that they continue to thrive.