Here are the puppies @ 7 weeks and this will be their last photo shoot as a complete litter living at home with us as they will start leaving for their homes next week...I am proud of my puppies and believe that the homes that are ready waiting for them are going to have many happy times ahead
I have just received these photographs, kindly taken by Karen, of Layla and Lilly...Layla, just approaching her 1st birthday and Lilly just 4 1/2 weeks after giving birth to her 9 adorable puppies....
As you can see from the photo, Lilly has recovered wonderfully after giving birth to her stunning silver and blue puppies.
At 5 weeks, early indications are 3 definite silver ( white collar, brown collar and pink collar) with a possible 2 more silvers that being yellow collar and light green collar.
By next Monday at 6 weeks we should know what the colours are and I will Kennel Club Register the litter.
Our beautiful puppies have the best homes awaiting them...from as far as Bermuda to as close as Cardiff and Bristol.
I have a facebook page dedicated to my Lilly and Louis puppies, where the exchange of photos and puppies progress takes place. It is an open page and if you would like to view this page please do so.
Lilly still feeds the puppies on a "stand" and "quick feed" basis...the puppies take this opportunity to get close to their mum. In fact its the aunties that spend the time playing with the kids, so much great socializing taking place.
Puppies are enjoying the enclosed patio area off the family room, where they enjoy the fresh air ...this litter are quick to learn, they are alert, adventurous and just wonderful to watch and enjoy.
Puppies are now 4 weeks of age. They are thriving. They love their food, enjoy their free time and cosey down in the warmth of their vet lined crate.
just some updates here and there of our walks and the fun my poodles have on them. All the photos are taken by my very good friend Karen.
- About The Standard Poodle
- Argentcymru Poodles
- Argentcymru Stud Dogs
- Argentcymru K9 Fertility
- Argentcymru Walk