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The “Aviator” pups are really growing up. They are becoming a handful at times–like first thing in the morning when they are hungry and ready to play. They love to go out exploring on the snow-covered deck, where they play with all the pine cones and branches. It’s too cold for them to enjoy being out very long, but they have a grand time for as long as they can stand it.
They are living in the kitchen and pretty much just use the puppy room to play, tear up newspapers, etc. I have 3 crates in the puppy room that I wish they were using, but I spoiled them with the giant puppy bed and they would rather use it. I hope they don’t mind too much when I have to make them stay in the puppy room again to get used to crates. Maybe I’ll give in and won’t make them… 😉
I’m trying this gallery feature for the photos. We’ll see how you like it. Click on a thumbnail for the larger pictures that you can cycle through. To exit the photo viewer, use the small “x” in the upper left-hand corner of your screen or use the escape key on your keyboard.
They turn 6-weeks old already and I need to find a way to get many more photos this weekend for folks–the picking will begin Monday or Tuesday!
That’s all for now.