Skye continues to distance herself from the pups. A little more than I'd like actually. She spends the bulk of her time on my bed. I think she's missing being a puppy herself. She's always been big on toys and has gone back to her balls and such. Interestingly enough though, she keeps throwing her ball in with the pups. I guess she's encouraging them to play as well. And they've started to. They play a lot with each other but a few of them will give the ball a whirl too. It's cute to watch them try and figure it out.
This morning I found the first pup of the litter outside the whelping box when I woke. Yellow girl was making strides around the room like she owned the place. That means it's time to graduate them to their next habitat; a corral complete with shavings, a feed station and a sling bed. Will likely get that set up tomorrow.
I'd also like to ad a slideshow of the extras from Wednesdays photo shoot. I added 3 of my favorite photos of each pup to their individual pages but sometimes it's tough to select from the mix. Regarding the pages, the smaller photos in each group can be enlarged by clicking on the photo. A nice feature of gallery.
Sounds like I've got lots on my plate as far as the pups go and we'll see how much I get done and how long it takes... The rest of the farm calls too. I had the Vet out yesterday to look at Ginger, one of my horses who hasn't been feeling well. The roof over my computer room sprung a leak with the first heavy rain this week... again! And the chlorinator on my water system decided now was a good time to work overtime. Seems it's lost it's ability to shut itself down. There's always something! I'm sure each of you can relate. That's three for me though and if it is as they say, maybe I'm done for a while.
Good night. Hope everyone enjoys their weekend!