Monthly Archives: November 2014
Ok, If you were hoping for a glimpse into the life of Christian Gray, you have the wrong site. On Day 7-10, we began to see the makings of decent eyelid margins. As of day 14, we have our eyes … Continue reading
On day 3 , I started the Early Neurological Stimulation Testing . This test was designed for military dogs to enhance their performance . As a result, many breeders of working dogs still use this test in hopes of producing … Continue reading
Who needs television when you can watch a litter of week old flatties vie for front row seats! Dancing at the milk bar Got milk?
Many breeders can follow their litter by a particular theme or alphabet letter. The first Pemberly litter theme was “Disney songs”, in honor of their mother , Disney. We had Go the Distance(hercules), Beyond the Sea(Finding Nemo) , Hakuna Matada(lion … Continue reading
The first two days there was a big learning curve for our first time Mom and newborn flat ties. Taylor was very concerned if one of the babies seemed fussy and was not always sure what they wanted. She kept … Continue reading
As any first time mom, she was pretty worried and confused about what was happening and stuck pretty close to me. She did not even really want to lie down and almost delivered the first puppy standing. At 5:18 we … Continue reading
Taylor has started panting, and nesting this am. She prefers to whelp on Keaton’s bed in our kitchen. Good friend and long time breeder of Flat Coats, Nancy Schenck DVM of Destiny Kennels is driving up from Terre Haute to … Continue reading