The puppies are enjoying the out-of-doors very much now, but still get tired fast from all the stimulation. When they aren't sleeping or eating, they enjoy watching the goats and the chickens.
The only male pup in the litter is now 11 lbs 4 oz, finally claiming the heaviest-in-litter title. He hopes to hold onto his title for the remainder of his 8 weeks at our farm! This big guy will be terrific with young children. He can be stalked and rolled by a sister, and will just relax into the roll, get up, look around, yawn, and go on with his business!
"Baby bear" here is 8 lbs, 9 oz, and may get a job requiring night-time camoflage operations. All she has to do is cover up the white paw and her white chest! She is very interested in the goats.
The heaviest girl with the most colorful personality, the one to seek out my attention and respond most to being talked to, is 10 lbs, 9 oz. She began inviting me to join her this week, doing the play bow toward me, with full eye contact, and barking! In this photo she was about to start her invitation again!