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Bruce H
26th December 2005, 07:55 PM
Here are the latest pictures of Anna's litter that Kris took the day before Cristmas. The numbers relate to birth order.

27th December 2005, 12:28 AM
Oh my goodness...so cute and so grown up. And number 2 looks like the star!

27th December 2005, 02:02 PM
They are all so cute, and #5 is really showing it's personality! :lol:

27th December 2005, 02:53 PM
Beautiful babies. And you can see their eyes!

28th December 2005, 01:01 AM
Oh I'll take #4 he/she is adorable.
But of course they all are adorable so I'll just take them all.
Just as well they weren't Ruby's.
I have a thing for Ruby's you know Bruce is your Ruby going to be next
to breed.

Bruce H
3rd January 2006, 01:03 AM
Just thought I'd let you know that we are hanging on to number 4, at least for the time being. We would like to have a boy to show and we think he has potential. We will have to see in a couple months, maybe more.

3rd January 2006, 01:06 AM
:lol: :lol: Now I see how your brood keeps slowly growing... oh wish I had a new puppy coming in, they are so sweet! :)

Cav Fan
3rd January 2006, 01:21 AM
o0o0o0o.....I want #5, I just wanna kiss his lil yawning face! :lol:

3rd January 2006, 01:48 AM
Yummy!!! I'd pick #4, too. Based on the few shots we've seen. Number 1 and 5 look nice, too. At least in the face, which is all we can see here. :)

Glad you're keeping 1 for now so we can watch him grow!!!

Bruce H
3rd January 2006, 12:00 PM
:lol: :lol: Now I see how your brood keeps slowly growing :)

You're sure right about that!! People ask us how we got so many dogs and, well, for the most part this is how.

3rd January 2006, 01:04 PM
I know you've spoken about how it is at least a consolation to keep one. :) I can imagine! I feel that way with rescue dogs too -- though I basically focus on how happy the people will be that get the dog (Stephen on this board, being a good example :D ). And also the fact that three wuld be a swrious handful for me, living on my own! Maybe a third in a year or two. I have had some people wanr about having dogs all too close in age, as while they are young and vigorous now, it means you will have several oldies all at the same time, with perhaps an extra financial burden too as they age, in future. It makes sense to stagger them age-wise I think as my two are close in age (5 weeks apart). So maybe a year or two for a new pup... unless just the right rescue or puppy shows up on my doorstep... :lol:

3rd January 2006, 09:28 PM
Hi Bruce,
They are all gorgeous. It's just amazing how quickly they develop. I can't wait to see how Twinkle turns out because our breeder was considering keeping her also until her husband vetoed the idea. I wouldn't be into showing as I know absolutely nothing about it but it's nice to have a pretty girl. Good luck with your new litter too - you must really have your hands full now!