Friday, February 24, 2012

Quick Photo Update (just pics -- it's a little busy here!): 7.5 weeks old

We still like snuggling in all sorts of positions.

Especially on our backs.

We like the crate; it's like a small den, and we often go in there to hide from our brothers when we have a toy we don't want to share.

If one of us picks up a toy, it becomes the treasured toy to everyone else! 

"Whadya mean, share?"

I still have remnants of my white chest stripe. I may get to keep it!

"Whoa!  We can't all squeeze through the door at the same time!"

We've sprouted! We're so tall now, we can pull things off the table (but our humans don't let anything get close enough to the edge for us to pull off, harrumph!).

It's mine.

Well, I might share it if you want me to.

We still love the jolly ball!

And we love tug-o-war with each other (but never with our humans, though; they don't want us to think that's okay to do with people since it can foster aggression and competition for dominance).

We're hungry!!!!  Feed us!  Please!!!

How can you resist a face like this?!  Mwah!


Beth said...

I have really enjoyed reading your blog. I raise lab puppies for Guide Dogs for the Blind. We get the puppies around 8-10 weeks old. A friend showed me your blog around mid January and I have been addicted to your blog. I have read the entire blog. Now I know so much more about the puppies development prior to our receiving the pups. Thank you so much for all your time writing!

Anonymous said...

Did all the puppies find good homes? Hope all is well!

Anonymous said...

Hope things are better for you. By now the puppies are probably off to their forever homes. Miss your updates, but understand that life sometimes gets in the way. Take care.

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James said...

Hi – Will you please post a link to your Blog at The Labrador Retriever Community? Our members will love it.
Members include: Labrador Retriever Owners, Breeders and Lovers
It's easy to do, just cut and paste the link and it automatically links back to your website… it’s a win win. You can also add Photos, Videos and Pup Classifieds if you like. It’s free and easy.
Email me if you need any help or would like me to do it for you.
The Labrador Retriever Community:
James Kaufman, Editor

Great pics!