Collars too will wait until tomorrow but everything is gathered for the project so it will soon be checked off on the "to do" list as well.
Weights were taken and posted this evening. Maroon girl maintains her position of heavyweight girl but lost her title of largest pup of the litter as she was surpassed this week by Green male.
I realized this morning when I opened Facebook and saw a photo of Ditto from Lexi's second litter, that there were 11 birthdays I wanted to acknowledge. I took a moment to message the humans owned and loved by Ditto's litter mates and while I didn't hear back from everyone, I did hear from most. The general consensus; there are a bunch of well adjusted and very much loved GMBD pups scattered throughout Florida and some very proud and happy pup parents. An FYI for those of you reading this and waiting for a GMBD pup... I love to keep in touch with the folks who assume the role of caretaker of the pups we produce and I always welcome and look forward to updates. I'm not demanding and I won't hound any one but I hope you can understand that just because they've left my home, by no way means are any of the pups are forgotten. I care deeply for and about each and every one and I must admit, I worry about them if I don't receive an update from time to time. With that said, the last pup of the litter has been reserved. A couple pups from Lexi's upcoming litter were reserved today as well. It's not surprising that many of my pups are headed to homes with families that are seasoned Doberman owners. There's just something so incredibly special about the breed!
Well, I guess that's it for now. It's time to call it a night so I can finish up tomorrow what I started today as I systematically whittle away at the never ending "to do" list.