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Yesterday the pups started on solid food. As you can see, it’s pretty cute to watch them eat.
Lots of new skills are developing as they get stronger one their feet and begin to explore. They’re engaging each other in lots of play and even starting to discover toys. This is an really fun age.
There’s been lots going these days. Eyes opening, stronger movements, first dose of deworming treatment and moved some of the bigger pups into the larger collars.
Notice how the pups are trying out their little voices and getting up one legs. Any day now we expect eyes and ears to open.
The pups are eating voraciously and growing fast. Macy is eating about twice as much as normal to keep up. I’ve had to loosen a few collars already and clipped nails.
We have also begun Early Neurological Stimulation (ENS), which promotes stress tolerance and physical benefits. Read more about it here: https://www.goldenmeadowsretrievers.com/early-neurological-stimulation/
Now you know.
The pups are looking great at one day old. I was concerned that Macy would not be able to provide for all of them, but so far so good! Grow puppies, grow!
Welcome candy litter! 4 boys – Rollo (black), Reece (orange), Hershey (brown), and Henry (green) and 7!!! girls – Pixie (pink), KitKat (red), Skittle (purple), Dot (lime), Twix (yellow), Snickers (teal) and Taffy (purple). All pups look healthy. Mom is doing fine. Macy decided to have them in the corner of my bedroom instead of the whelping box.
We’re excited to announce that we’re expecting puppies! This is Macy’s third and final litter. Expected due date: May 13th.