Thought you might like a close-up look at each of the babies now that they’re a nice double-handful.
You never really know what you’re looking at until you do the real evals, but for bitty babies I’m very pleased with them. I love their personalities so far; they’re strong and quiet and happy, but they’re headstrong and pushy too. Unless I’m wrong, I got more bone than Clue’s last litter and I believe I have shorter legs. I got very different heads compared to last time; I have a bunch that are very broad and blunt with a very short foreface, in addition to the more classic heads that I recognize from Clue’s first litter. Clue also gave me some narrow heads with Draco, which I don’t see in these litters at all. And they all look very much the same – it’s not a situation where I can tell by look or feel which are Clue’s and which are Juno’s. I am super excited to watch them grow up and see more clearly what we got!
By the way, while I don’t want to sound like I’m pimping them, if you are interested in one of them and you haven’t gotten me an application, please think about doing it soon because I’m thrilled to say that there’s been lots of interest in these beautiful babies. I will give preference to performance applications. I would rather not put puppies in show homes unless they are lifelong homes. Those of you who have already given me an application, can you drop me a line and tell me if you already have a puppy preference? I won’t do the final who-goes-where until evals, but I would like to come as close as possible if you have a specific puppy whose looks you like. The merle boy is taken three times over, so unfortunately he’s not in the mix, but none of the others are specifically assigned yet. The heavy-white boys (Sebastian and Oberon) have Sarah’s name penciled on them, but it’s entirely possible that they won’t turn out to be the top show picks – so if you’re in love with one of them let me know.