|We've had a fun week!|
“Ain’t No Mountain High Enough”The pups had an absolute blast outside this week. They were just a bit tentative on their first outing, but it didn’t take long for them to step up to the challenge. They were unfazed by the mounds of packed snow and what surely seemed like mountains and moguls. Of course, the mounds are somewhat slippery, but this determined bunch quickly found their footing and conquered the summit. Some even found a few cedar twigs to nibble on while others either scurried about or simply meandered, taking in the vastness of the yard, the sunshine and the cool, crisp Caledon air. It’s interesting to witness the pups’ growing independence as they venture into the far corners of the yard either on their own or in small groups.
Faith is both a mom and playmate extraordinaire. She lures the pups into play mode with the “will you play with me stance” leading them on chases over the snow-covered terrain. Then, she rolls around in the snow while some of them try to cop a snack. At this point in time, most moms have long since abandoned the notion of nursing their pups due to each one’s 28 razor sharp teeth. Not this gal. She selflessly obliges them and is always at their beck and call. Once in their presence, they seem stuck to her like Velcro.
As our time with the puppies draws to a close, we cherish every moment we’ve spent with them. We’ll miss those little faces peering up at us and occasionally whimpering to communicate the need for a cuddle. That said, we do find comfort in knowing how much happiness they will bring to their new families. They have given us so many kisses and memories that we’ll treasure always.
So long, little ones. We wish you all the best in your journey, but most of all, we wish you love.
P.S. We’ll be looking for your picture postings on our private Facebook group: Regalgoldens Family Tree or on Instagram (#regalgoldensfamilytree).
That concludes this edition of “Puppy Tales”. See you next litter!
Blog and video link: https://regalgoldens.blogspot.com/2020/02/storm-and-faith-litter-week-seven.html