Pics of Harry
He's adorable! Too bad he and the kids don't enjoy each other :lol:
Thank you Maxxs_mummy!
well our first night went great, he slept like a baby in his crate, no accidents, no crying, nothing!
this morning he went outside for a wee, but pooped in the house, i think i brought him in too quick!
will take some more pics today and post them later.
Any more problems just give me a shout :)
I am sooooooooooooooooooo jealous of you, he is a truly gorgeous little baby. May you all have many happy, healthy years together :) icon_heartthrob icon_thumbsup icon_heartthrob
Congratulations!! What a cutie!!
He sure is a cutie.
The kids look like they are pleased to have Harry join their family. :D
Congratulations and good luck.
He's so cute!! How old is he?? He looks big! But that may just be because he's in pictures with children! :lol: Rory was a porker when we got him! :D 7lbs and 10.5 weeks! :shock:
Glad to hear the first night went well ! You'll get to know his schedule better and know when he probably needs to go poo, so you can give him a little extra time in the yard. Congratulations to your family! I can't think of a better addition than a puppy. :D
He's almost 14 weeks old, and i think he's tiny, (15 inches long (bottom to tip of nose) and 9 inches high!)
He's had no more accidents, silly mummy :D :roll: ;)
Very cute. Some kids are sure going to be happy! :lol:
Just for reference -- that's a big boy all right for 14 weeks -- usually at that age they should just be about 7 lbs (3kg); he looks maybe double that? He looks about the size or maybe even a bit larger than my tri Leo, who is nearly two. Not that it's an issue at all, it just means you will have a big cavalier (unless the dog is older than the breeder was saying). Here's a rule of thumb for size:
In another two-three weeks he should be about half the weight he will be as an adult, which will give you a good sense of where you will end up. They generally have done most of their growing by a year but continue to add a bit of heft especially males, up to 18 months to 2 years, according to various breeders.
That's an interesting article. Maxx is a bigger than average cavalier - everyone says what a big boy he is and he towers over just about every other Cavalier we've ever met!
Anyway, Heather has sent more pics of Harry.....