|Initially, they weren't thrilled about riding together (all three) in one crate. In the picture above, Master Red is front and center; Master Blue is top right climbing on his brother; Master Green is bottom right underneath Master Blue.|
|They settled down, though, and relaxed for the car ride. No fussing at all!|
|Then we got to the vet's office, and of course our people-loving puppies wanted to come out and greet everyone (but Gramma Joan wouldn't let them; she's super protective).|
|After the "trauma" of their exams, vaccines, and micro-chipping, the pups were more subdued. They were quiet for the ride home.|
|All were quite happy to return home to the security of their familiar "den" in our kitchen.|
|And they were quite hungry!|
|They ate well as soon as we returned.|
|And then they settled in for a long winter's day nap.|
Sweet silly puppies. Our vet thinks they're gorgeous and doing very well. They look good and have their clearances to go to their forever homes. Now we"ll just love them and work with them over the next two weeks, and then they'll leave us for their new families.
Wow! It's hard to believe they're six weeks old already! So far so good. Let's hope we have an uneventful final two weeks.
'til next time,