~ At Least these faces do!
This litter is a very busy and driven group — as we would expect. A couple of exceptions, but even those will find ways to get into trouble. (OMG) We cannot tell a lie–it is why the Weimaraner is too much for some people. It is why the why Weimaraner is perfect for others.
More puppy faces–people seem to like them. It makes my life easier, too. (Haha) And doesn’t the last pup look like it is smiling? I think it is too young to smile, but some Weimaraner’s smile.
~ More Sunday Faces to Warm your Heart
The eyes are just opening–they don’t yet see at this stage, but between about 10 -14 days, the eyes start to open. Eyesight develops over time–in a week or so.
~ For Your Enjoyment
For a few weeks, we have been sharing an array of photos on Sunday. I have toyed with the idea of just pictures on Sunday–one less blog to write or figure out, you understand. (Haha) Of course, I have thousands of archived photos, but it might be more challenging to figure out an array than I think. We will see what the future holds–I have a couple of ideas. You seem to like the photos–and it is a pleasant break from everyday 2020 life.
~ Just Happy Thoughts and Faces
Seriously thinking that puppy faces might be good for the soul–and always preferable to whatever political news you follow. Well, that is my thought–more happy faces this Sunday.
Please breathe in the innocent moment–and their beauty. Have a lovely Sunday–my friend.
~Something Other Than Fake News
It has become a Sunday puppy faces posting situation–better than Fake News, or even True News.
~Honestly, can we get too many looks?
–going with anything is better than news, and puppy faces are a welcome relief.
Here is Henrietta a few days before she whelped with Christina. I loved both their smiles in this photo.
And two days ago, this happened. I wanted to share the snapshots we took of the firstborn puppy–not long after this little boy arrived. It is always a challenge to get photos of these tiny Weimar pups. They typically don’t cooperate.
Christina and I mostly whelped the pups. Cliff had other business going. At one point, Christina was tending to some of Cliff’s chores for him–and while she was out, for about an hour, we have five pups born. (Whew)