Juni is almost three months in this photo taken yesterday, February 18th, 2010. She is actually sitting on a dresser top by a big stuffed dog. I put her up there to take a photo of her and then I made a squeaky noise and she cocked her head for this cute pose.
Here she is with her sister Tinker. Their brothers were at the vet office being neutered so I took advantage of the day with just two puppies. This was their very first day outside. They walked so gingerly and didn’t really want to put their feet on that cold snow!
We have had snow pretty much non-stop since the start of December .. white on white. Won’t be that white when the snow melts .. But for now, just for now, we won’t think of that!
She is now just almost three months of age .. and such a sweet puppy too. She will most likely be a big girl when full grown
There are actually several puppies piled in and around .. getting ready for nap time or puppy pile time or take the rawhide away from one another time!
Here she is with her siblings .. most of them anyway!
Juni is one of five puppies: Donavan, Bert, Sam and Tinker. I have fostered them since they were barely four weeks old. You can read more about their beginnings with us here. Since that post, we had to take mom away because she was so thin while at the same time the pups were sick with a nasty upper respiratory and coccidia and giardia .. good grief! So many drugs.. so many puppies .. so little time! Two of the smaller pups didn’t make it but five did. After all of that we found out they had the ringworm fungus too. If you look closely at the photos you can see a small spot of missing hair here and there.
Well, the fungus is pretty much killed, the pups are thriving and growing bigger by the second and wow .. what great pups! ad are doing great now.
Here she is when she was just about six weeks of age. See that little white spot under her chin? How cute is that!
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