- They can see a bit better now (but not well yet).
- Their eyes are still blue, but we're seeing some edges of color.
- They're reacting now to sounds (means their ears are opening). They can't follow a sound yet or figure out where it came from, but they can hear it.
- They're vocalizations are less random and more intentional (a bark is a bark; a whine is a whine, etc...).
- They have TEETH (razor-sharp little baby teeth... poor Kenya)
- They've discovered each other, but are still learning about each other.
- They're nursing more effectively and less often.
- They can tell the difference between Momma Kenya and people!
- They're getting more socialization time 1:1 (away from the pack) with people.
- They LIKE people. :)
- The LOVE Momma Kenya (the milk machine).
- The LOVE the puppy pile almost as much as they love Kenya.
- They're licking and lapping.
- They're climbing and exploring.
Here's a photo summary of the past few days:
“There is no psychiatrist in the world like a puppy licking your face.” Bern Williams
'Til next time,