Mals-About Tequila Sunrise (major pointed)
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January 29, 2022
Annie and Goose would like to invite you to join them in welcoming their babies. Following their heritage, these puppies should fulfill all the dreams that have come through generations of Spinoni that conform to the breed standard while being able to perform in the field as they were bred to do. Conformation showing, hunting, performance or just enjoying a hike in the woods with their family, these puppies are bred to do it all. As always, these puppies carry full health guarantees for those diseases applicable to the breed. To see the pedigree on these puppies, just click here.
And here they are!
Annie has proven herself to be an outstanding momma and I expect no less this time.
Girl (L) Boy (R)
A week old already! And, boy, have they grown! Only the two and all that milk!
Annie is such a good mom. She keeps her babies well fed and spotless.
Just noodling around Hey, Mom's back! The race is on!
Two weeks old! The puppies are more active and starting to play with each other. Their eyes are starting to open and they are beginning to try to get up on their feet. That's a challenge for them, though, since they both weigh over 5 lbs.
Come on, let's play! Mouth games commence
The patience of a good mom as she watches over her brood.
Three weeks old and just look at us!! Eyes open and on their feet and ready to get serious about that playing thing.
At this rate, they'll soon be bigger than Annie!
Look at us on our feet!! Cowgirl puts the cowboy in his place.
Wrestling matches are an ongoing thing around here.
And when it's over, they crash!
Four weeks old and it's been a busy week around here. The whelping box started coming down so the puppies had more room to run around. They started eating solid food this week, too, though they aren't really hungry. Annie keeps them pretty full.
Having a bit of a rip run around. Cowboy says can he come out, please?
Chow time is always a good time.
My apologies. We've been dealing with a major equipment malfunction. Fingers crossed, we're back to work.
So weeks 5 and 6. The equipment may not have been working, but it didn't slow these little guys down in the growing department.
Goodness! The little hoodlums didn't even want to give Annie a chance to lay down!
Cowboy coming as Cowgirl is going Time for the next meal!
Seven weeks old and the weather has finally cooperated so the little guys can go outside to play. It might have been a new place but it didn't slow them down a bit. I love bold, self confident puppies!
Cowgirl in front, Cowboy in the rear. Annie says "Come on kids! I'll show you around."
And they realize I have something in my hand so must want them under my feet again.
Please come back often and join us in watching these Spinone babies grow and develop over the coming weeks. I'll be updating and adding pictures often.
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