Eight Weeks

We have arrived at eight weeks old. Brea and Willow(Miss Purple) left on Monday, their birthday. They are doing very well in their new homes.

Brea – lives in New Brunswick Canada now.

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Willow – now lives in Poland, Maine.

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Gabby – will be going to Connecticut on Friday.

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Captain – Will be going to New Hampshire on Saturday.

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Mox – Is going to his new home in Oxford, Maine on Sunday.

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Cricket – Is staying right here and starting “school” Monday morning. We have places to go and things to do!

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3 Responses to “Eight Weeks”

  1. Cheryl says:

    Oh my goodness, such beautiful babies!!!!
    I will never forget the sight of them all frolicking through the yard together. 😀
    We are so happy and in love with our Brea, she is SO smart and catching on to life here so fast! She absolutely loves her little big sister and follows her everywhere. 🙂
    The work you have done with these pups in their first 8 weeks really truly shows.
    Thank you so much Hannah!

  2. Kara says:

    I have to agree with the above comment! Willow is doing wonderfully in her new home and is learning so much and so quickly. She is a fantastic addition to our family and we are loving every minute and silly activity with her! You do an amazing job with the puppies from day one and it shows through. Thank you for such a fantastic little being.

  3. My son Denis has one of your pups from one of your litters. She will be 2 in February. I have the privledge of babysitting her 3 days a week.(i am denis”s mom) she is truly one of the many joys of my life. I love to follow the blog and see where all the pups end up. So sorry about the ones that did not pull through. They are all very gorgeous dogs. It is hard to remember TRUDY being 8 weeks old, but I have been babysitting her since that age. When I see the new pups at 8 weeks and going to their homes, I get very teareyed. I remember the anticipation the day she came home to NH. I am in dog rescue, and see alot of bad things from bad breeding. I adopted 5
    7 rescue dogs, and I am now housing 2 special needs beagles. Thank you so much for being one of the good ones and taking so much great care for your pups. God Bless you and all of them!