They seem to be happy to share the warmth with their families.
It makes me happy to know that they are still as cuddly and sweet as when they were here with me.
This is Ruby, in NY.
Freddy on the west coast.
My Molly here in Kansas.
Ryder in Indiana.
Olivia, down in Florida misses out on playing in the snow, but I hear she has a snowball of a sister, a Bichon named Bella that she gets to wrestle with. Also that she has had her second puppy cut and loves her days at the doggie spa.
When she finally goes in, I will tell them to never trim those gorgeous eyelashes.
The mama dogs are probably about ready for their own trip to the spa. We will be heading out in the camper on a trip to the beach, and Sugar’s tight curls tend to trap a lot of sand on our walks. Her curls are so pretty, but for practicality, I have them all shaved off a few times a year.
Lots of inquiries are coming in about new pups. Many people who got a Sugarbaby or Butterball in November would either like another or have a friend who wants one. That makes me feel like Sugar, Honey, and I did a good job with the last batches, thank you!
As I mentioned, we will be traveling soon, and hopefully a lot this year. (To make up for the loneliness enforced by all of the problems in 2020). Having puppies is one of the happiest things I do, I love those babies to pieces! But we will have to see if breeding the girls fits into our travel schedule. Fingers crossed that their heat cycles don’t coincide with our camping reservations.
You can check on this blog or at Cottage Doodles on Instagram for birth announcements if you are interested in a pup.