7 Responses to “Still there are puppies…”

  1. Highland Gal January 17, 2008 at 9:29 PM #

    I wondered if the night wakings would remind you of having a newborn baby. But I was afraid to warn you and spoil your fun.

  2. Angie January 17, 2008 at 9:32 PM #

    Well here’s the thing. They’re not waking up at night. They start whining about 6:15 in the morning or when Brianna gets up. But I’ve been taking them out last thing before I go to bed, anywhere between 11am and midnight, so that might help.

  3. Michelle (MG) January 17, 2008 at 11:07 PM #

    That one of Heath under the couch is so cute. Aww heck, they’re both cute. Makes me almost want one. Then I look at my 22 month old son (and 5 yr old dd and 8 yr old dd) and I’m good. LOL 😀

  4. Sherry January 18, 2008 at 12:33 AM #

    They are soooo cute Angie.

    And be glad all they have is fleas. DH and oldest son got blue heeler pups for Christmas, they were only five weeks old and too young for their shots, so the vet did a quick look see and wormed them. A week later we are all itching and scratching from some type of bites ….. turns out the puppies have mites, or canine scabbies(sp?). They had to have antibiotics, steriods, and ivomex.

    We too have the problem of making it outside. Dh’s dog, Kassie, whines after she puddles on the floor not before. However she is sleeping on her bed all night which is on the floor at the end of our bed and that is a good thing.

  5. ames January 18, 2008 at 11:16 AM #

    Love those pictures! Reeses almost looks like a chocolate doberman.

  6. Dakota Cassidy January 18, 2008 at 10:53 PM #

    Oh! I haven’t been to any blogs in ages and I’m stoked I came to yours in a random act of link clicking just to see those pics.

    They’re spectacularness! Just adorable 🙂

    I was almost there with Milo and his potties and then, well, let’s just say he’s going to be neutered in a couple of weeks because absolutely anything is fair game when he lifts his leg–even poor Gomez 🙂

    Good luck with them!

    DC 🙂

  7. Stephanie Tyler January 20, 2008 at 6:22 PM #

    Oh, they’re both SO adorable!!!! I’m jealous that they’re there with you right now and my boy is still all far away…(he’s 10 weeks, born Nov 4th)

    We’re crate training Gus too…at least until he’s through with the destructive chewing phase he’s going to go through. My last weim ate the remote – batteries and all.

    And yeah, since I go to bed between midnight and 2AM and zoo’s up between 5 & 6AM, we’re hoping not to have any middle of the night issues…

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