Took Rem to the Vet today, more for the outing than to see the Vet. I needed to pick up her last puppy booster and decided a trip to the Vet without being poked and prodded would be good for her. I took advantage of the scale they have in the waiting room too. Remedy's official weight 27 pounds @ fourteen weeks and a few days! Man where does the time go!
Remedy had her first experience accepting servicemen in the house today; namely a plummer. Maybe all those loads of puppy bedding took their toll on the line leading from the washing machine to the septic. Anyway, regarding Rem, her response to a stranger in the house was perfect! She's not yet aware her job is to defend and protect so there was not a peep out of her. She watched the goings ons with interest and showed absolutely no fear! Good Girl Remedy!
She enjoyed a break from her post and tape today too and her ears are standing beautifully. She's pictured here in all her glory, cob webs and Afghan hair included. It didn't help that she did a face plant right before her photo shoot either. She's a dirty girl but she's my dirty girl and I love her.
A decision is made! I've had a chance to see several of Lexi's pups from previous litters and must say I'm impressed. Not only by their looks but by the reports I receive from ecstatic owners. Together Navigator and Lexi have produced some outstanding dogs! Dogs with awesome temperaments, dogs that are great with kids and dogs that turn heads! Exactly the traits that I strive for. I didn't want to pass up an opportuniy to have for myself one such pup! So, with Lexi's 3rd litter, the result of a repeat breeding between Navigator Betelges and Lovely Alexus, the time has come.