Saturday, May 28, 2011

And Then There were Teeth!

Still way ahead of the curve, the Keogh/Ost Double pups have teeth already. Usually pups are 5-6 weeks old before they get anything more than pricklies on their gum lines. (There are several small breeds who don't get measurable teeth until 8-10 weeks of age.) So, instead of the medium breed puppy food I was going to buy this afternoon, I'm going to get LARGE breed... the kibble is somewhat larger (and the formula is supposed to be a little different as well.)

And yes I know, pictures are overdue. They're coming... maybe tomorrow.

Peri and Boon

My Soft Coated Wheaten Terrier, Boon, at 8 months and my Di/Brogue daughter, Peri, at 7 months. He's 40 pounds, she's not yet 20... and, following doggy tradition, SHE is in charge! They are seriously bonded which makes a decision on keeping/selling her very difficult.

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