Ch. Mals-About One For The Money

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Mals-About Doing A Happy Dance BN RA CGC (major pointed)

August 7, 2017

Please join us in welcoming this lovely litter of Spinone babies that Gabby and Charlie have given us.  Generations of dreams have gone into this breeding.  Whether you want a hunting companion, a conformation show dog, a performance dog or a loving companion to share your life, these puppies will be able to do it all. As always, these puppies have full health guarantees for those diseases applicable to the breed.  To see the pedigree on these puppies, just click here.

    

 Gabby                                           and                            Charlie    

And now, here they are!

Gabby says that was hard work!

These guys get to wear rick rack.

    

The boys                                           and                                   the girls

And, of course, we can't leave Gabby out now that she's had a rest!

One week old and the babies are doing well and growing.  Gabby is a good mom even though she desperately wants to steal Whiskey's babies.

    

No huge puppy piles for this group.  They like their space.

Sometimes you just have to let it all hang out there!

Two weeks old and the babies have their eyes open and are starting to practice standing.  The next week will see a big jump in their development.

I'm sure the bed would be more comfortable if Gabby would leave the bedding nice and flat instead of raking it up in a pile.

And then there are times she wears the puppies like a skirt.    

Three weeks old and the babies are practicing walking around and were introduced to their first solid food.  Gabby is being such a wonderful mother and these babies are growing fast.

    Look at us starting to walk..  and talk.

    

It was very messy but the babies enjoyed learning about solid food.  You could say some really got into the experience!

All cleaned up and back to bed.  Gimme a kiss! 

Big changes in the fourth and fifth weeks as the babies are developing very quickly.  As predicted, the whelping box became obsolete so had to be removed to give the little ones the room they need for play.

  

Taking down the whelping box with all that help was a challenge!

 

and putting up the big crate for them to sleep in was almost as big a challenge.

but we succeeded and the babies obviously like their new digs.

   Poor Gabby!  

 

Help !  We're in jail and want to get out to explore some more!  What a busy group when they are loose!

Six weeks old and outside to investigate that new world.

 

Who would have thought microchipping and evaluations could be so exhausting?  Even Whiskey's kids couldn't wake some of them.

All loaded up and ready to go get their wellness check ups.

  

Not much room in here so it was wall to wall puppies.

 

Waiting her turn while her sister gets the once over from Dr. Ross.

   

Dr. Ross gave them all a clean bill of health... and a little stacking practice.

  

Back home and it's lunch time for these little guys.

Seven, almost eight, weeks old and these little guys are busy!  If they aren't tugging on my shoestrings, which is most of the time, they are scattered to the four winds.

   

It's a bright, sunshiney day and the babies are enjoying themselves tremendously.

   

One checking to see what Whiskey is looking at while a couple of others head back toward me.

 

I know I'm missing some of them....

Here are some, taking advantage of the shade on the breezeway.

 

Please come back often and watch these Spinone babies grow and develop over the coming weeks.  I'll be updating and adding pictures often.

 

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