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Mud Season and Growing Puppy Photos


Hello again! After a short timeout to recharge our batteries from Emma’s last litter, Barb and I were hit this past week with a bout of the flu. So we haven’t been up to a lot of photo taking or blog writing. Plus we are new puppy owners ourselves (Lucy: formerly Miss Pink), so that has added an extra dimension of work onto the usual chores.

However, we were able to get everyone out today for some exercise. My least favorite sub- season is this mudtime here in New England. The dirt and wet hair along with all those wet feet make house cleaning a chore that I imagine ranks right up there with mucking out horse stalls. All credit to my Barbara for keeping her sanity during these next few weeks.

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We have been getting some great pictures from some of our new owners that we would like to share. No problems reported with any of the puppies in any way and so that leaves us beaming as proud grandparents.

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Thanks to all who have been sending us their photos. We wish everyone a quick end to this mud season that is upon us. And what better photo to end today’s blog than this one that sums up the blessings of a puppy’s life.


Thanks for the great photo Ken!

Emma and Sandy: Sisters and Best Friends

Emma and Sandy: Sisters and Best Friends

Barb and I really enjoy seeing photos of our dogs enjoying life and having adventures. My first cousin, Ron, and his wife, Barbara take their two goldens everywhere and send us their pictures. Emma was from our first litter and Sandy from the second. As you can see they are inseparable and are seemingly world travelers.
And they have certainly grown from when Ron and Barb first came to visit their litters. (Click on the photos to make them larger). And what would a golden retriever be without a tennis ball nearby… for play or for a mouthguard. Barb and I would love to share other adventures with our readers if anyone wishes to make their dog a star for a day.
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