They are all now 9 weeks old and they are absolutely amazing. The sweetest puppies you’ve ever met, each with different personalities and appearances.
Living in Canada, it is most inconvenient to have puppies in the dead of winter, believe my experience!
In fact, we have never had to train little puppies in the winter before, we have always had summer babies.
Training the pooches with pee pads has been a new experience in itself since it was much too cold to let the puppies out as tiny as they were in the cold and snow.
Now that they are 9 weeks old, they are quite hearty and yearning to outside like the big dogs do.
We have let them out a couple times for a few minutes at a time with the pack, but it still seems very cold for them.
Dog clothes would be a great option, but they would have to be slightly bigger and maybe a bit stretchy so the fashions would fit them as they grow.
Bringing them to the veterinarian for their first set of shots is going to be an experience with seven pups.
When they had their tails and dew claws removed, they were only 2 days old and we could use a small bin to transport them.
Being quite a bit larger and having so many of them, it will be necessary to employ the use of our dog carriers we have used in the past for our adult dogs and new puppies on an airplane.
Not only would it bring a lot more organization in the car and bringing them into the vet’s office, but it would probably bring them some comfort and allow them to cuddle together with a cozy blanket, so they don’t catch a cold in the cold outdoors and car.
It’s all about keeping them happy and healthy!
Needless to say, we are totally in complete love with the “K” Krew!
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