All in all things went very smooth factoring in my need to juggle my first experience of overlapping litters. Timing was good. The littles just now beginning to open their eyes.
I've got a few more photos to add to the pup pages of my finished product. From here on out it's all you. Serve your pups well and they'll serve you well as adults.
I think each of you have noticed and joined the litter specific FB page I set up for the group. I look forward to updates -to watching your pups grow and thrive in their new environments. Historically the pages serve well to provide moral support and sometimes ideas regarding what works well as you experience challenges in pup rearing. I myself have learned things from posts and comments given on pages that have been up and running for a while. There will be challenges going forward. Hopefully not many. But it's good to know when working through them you're not alone. -All pups often presenting the same challenges at roughly the same time. Gives you a sense of things being normal. So please don't be afraid to post the bad, along with the good. And photos.... lots and lots of photos! You know how much I love them :-)
I wish each of you and my babes only the best. And I'm here. Will always be here for questions or concerns in the days and years ahead.
I'll close with a few new friendly faces. Nix with Sandra and Terry. And Otis with Justin and his daughter. A great group of people. People hand selected to be caretakers of the future. Once again, I think I've done well. Only one more photo to add which I failed to obtain when they were here to meet their pup. Remington with Sandy and Tom. Sorry I missed a photo of the first meeting.