7-Weeks. Winnie-Garth Litter August 1, 2017

I can’t believe how big and active the puppies are. Seems like yesterday I could pick up and carry 3 at a time. No more. It’s one by one now. Although the puppies are all within ounces of each other.


Elliot (Green Ribbon) remains the biggest at just about 10 pounds. He is a good-looking dog and will take after his dad in looks. He is extremely laid back, chill and lets the other dogs play with the toys, and run around amuck, Elliot just sits back, takes it all in and yawns. He is the first and last at the food bowl. He eats slowly and enjoys every bite. He is so cute and squishy. Rooster (Red Ribbon) is also a large kid, and like Elliot he is very laid back. He enjoys his own space, rather than sleeping in the dog pile he will find a corner and just sleep the day away. He is quiet and sneaky, and can figure out all the gate systems to keep him contained that I have. I just got finished snuggling with him and I thought he was asleep on my shoulder, until he grabbed ahold of my ear and bit down. YIKES those teeth are razor sharp! I think I have a new piercing.


Burton, also known as Blue Ribbon will fit right into his new home in the Mile-High State. I know I sound redundant, but it’s true, the four boys (including Fred coming up next) are so incredibly laid back and chill. Big, handsome Burton is very playful and inquisitive. He follows Elliot around and mimics him. Burton also likes the girls. He currently is acting like the typical 8-year old by antagonizing the 3-girls until they cry “MERCY”.