In this blog you can read about the updates of our G-litter!
The puppies are 43 days old today, and now they are really developing! For every day they become more and more agile, and they are expressing more and more of their personalities. I haven’t finished the puzzle as for who is having which puppy yet, because they have so far been very similar in temperament, and I need to get to know them even better to lay the puzzle. At the moment I have 1 male available, which we are looking for the perfect home to. It might also be 1 female available, but it all depends on how she develops the next weeks. But you are welcome to contact us, if you think you are the perfect home for our precious jewels. Read more about our requirements for puppy buyers.
I am very satisfied with this litter. They are happy and sweet tempered, and loves people and cuddles. They are exploring our house and the outside without hesitating, and seems unafraid and curious. They have already been visiting my mothers garden, and they have been driving in car several times already and thrives in the car! They are easy going and are not very noisy or demanding for our attenntion, but are exploring and relaxing by them own. At this point, I couldn’t be more happy with them!
The puppies are 30 days old today and now we are starting to se more of their personalities as they start to move around more and engage in different things. This weekend they have been out for the first time, and they did very good for being their first time outside. Hopefully the weather will be kind to us in the next weeks, so the puppies can explore the outside as much as possible! We have taken 30-day portraits and stacks, as well as some other photos from the puppy box. Enjoy! 🙂
The puppies are 23 days old, in other words just 3 weeks old. They were moved down to our living room the other day, giving them more sounds around them, and allowing us to interact more with them. Today we also did the first stacked photos, and they all did quite well for being only 23 days old. Compared to my other litters, their weights are a little lower in average and they some how feel a few days later in development. But nothing wrong in that 😉
Below you can see some new photos, and more photos can bee seen at the G-litter page, at the bottom of the page.
The puppies are 21 days old today, and they will get their first taste of solid food today. I will give one by one a little taste, and see if we can get them up on their feet for a little while, giving us the chance to have a look at their exterior assembly. This litter has not been bred in order to produce showstoppers, but like any other breeder we do enjoy looking at a moderate and balanced dog. So hopefully the pups would also have a nice balanced exterior.
Ninja is a wonderful mother, and she takes such good care of her puppies. She is calm and relaxed, and really doesn’t need any help from us. Pippi is very curious of the puppies, and spends most of her time in the puppy room. She thinks the puppies are scary interesting, so she steps into the puppy box and quickly jumps out again when the pups moves towards her. I think she will be a great play aunt for the pups, just as Ninja was when we had the D-litter.
Today the puppies are 15 days old, and they are doing fine. We have had a little loose stools on both Ninja and pups, but it has stabilized and their stomachs have settled. This sometimes happens without any particular reason, it can be something the mother has eaten, or bacterial or viral infections amongst other. The puppies are very lively and strong headed when it’s time for eating, and they pushes their way to the milk! They have all opened their eyes, and are becoming cuter each day!
During July 20th, Ninja gave birth to 11 puppies, but sadly one was stillborn. But we have 10 wonderful little puppies, 5 males and 5 females. There are also 5 livernoses amongst them (3 males, 2 females), and all puppies has ridges. 1 black nosed female have an extra crown, and one livernosed male has a white sock on his left front leg. We haven’t found any DS at the moment, and all the puppies seems healthy and strong. More info about the puppies can be seen on the G-litter page.
Our G-litter it’s on it’s way and are due around July 20th. The dam of the litter are our own Ninja, and the father is the Austrian male Zurimahali Fumo Red. You can read more about the planned litter and view pedigree and information about parents here.
The pedigree consists of genetically valuable lines thru the old lines behind Fumo, which is also one of the biggest reasons we choose to do this combination. With this, we hope to maintain as high genetic variation as possible. On top of this, both Fumo and Ninja are easy going and social dogs, they have a great temperament with strong nerves and are easy to train and work with. They are off course healthy as can be, and we for sure hope that the puppies will be as great companions as their parents!
The photos of Ninja are taken at day 50 of pregnancy, and we are looking forward to see what’s hiding inside her belly!