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Sunday, March 30, 2008

Little Girl Photos

I am hesitant to post too many photos of the little mouse but she is growing now and looks more like a pup and less like a mouse. Notice her ears are not down like the other pups; it is like she is days behind them in development. She is getting cuter and starting to show her personality. The funny thing is that she hardly ever makes a sound; unlike her littermates who are whingers!




8 comments:

Hudsondoglets said...

Ah, she's so cute. We can't wait to meet all the puppies.

Mary-Anne & the US cousins said...

Very cute, and apparently enjoying her food! Raven offers to teach her how a tiny sheltie can make as much noise (or more) than her larger relatives.

They're all cute - Zest is adorable, Terry must be so excited!

Chi (Obay Truly Focused) said...

testing testing wondering if U actually read these b 4 U publish so if this appears you don't and if it does i'll need to call you to take it off!! lol!!

Karen said...

wow they are all gorgeous, I cant wait to meet them either !! x

Anonymous said...

Mouse is a super name for her.
You just wait, she is going to pay you back in spades for all your love and care.
Future Agility champion - you bet!

love

Julia

I'm Helen said...

Yay! Told you she's a fighter! My first jr Rosie was the real runt of the litter. I chose her for that reason and she struggled at first. Yes she ended up smaller a bit than the others but not by much but she walked and was carried up her first Munro (scottish mountain over 3,000ft - sorry if you knew that already!) at 5 months. She was as feisty as hell, a real character. I hope Mouse keeps that spirit, bless her. Hx (I have had no internet since Friday pm so glad to come back and fins good news)

Ian said...

'Mouse' is exactly what I called my Blitz that I was telling you about - he was the lightest weight of the whole litter at birth (half the weight of the other dog puppy!) He is now nearly two inches taller than the breed standard maximum for a male BSD! I know of several litters where the one everyone thought they would lose turned out the biggest and/or best!

ADMIRAL DOGS said...

Shes very very very very cute and so glad shes still going x