This is our little runt boy. He is so tired and mellow. We shouldn't had played so much before pictures. I'll remember that before the next batch of photographs. This one is changing to be a tri-colored-blue and had beautiful matching mask and no other big spots.
This big boy's name is Sam and he has a great mask as well! He may have a little bit blue? but he's a Red with and still not sure yet of Tri-colored points. He has lots of spots of red on his legs. I turned him over and he didn't even try to get-up. I think they thought I was torturing them with my flashing camera.
I think Sam has a spot at the beginning of the tail.
The Girls are below: What a bunch! These three have just such different personalities!
I don't know where to start. Ink Spot? Yes that's her name because she looks like ink spilled on her head.
She's going to be a tri-colored blue.
Not in a good mood today; she cried, yawned, and never mind... all the girls hated the pictures. That'll change when a week or two goes by they'll run at the camera. Me first selfies!
This is cute!
Through with the flash.
Okay, now here's Jigsaw. I know she was named by my grandson. He said the day she was born that a puppie had a loose brown puzzle-piece on her head.
Oh my, Attitude
The spot on her back. I like to think it's a heart.
This little girl above has a spot lower than the other red girl. She's so girl! I named her Bonnie, a wee, little, girlie puppy.
I turned her around to show her spots.
Miscellaneous pictures... Guess who they are? I'm sleepy.
I will post more when the puppies have gotten a little bigger and show more personality. We moved our baby goat from the kennel. The puppies have been in our barn and never moved much except in my house. Southern California has way too hot and humid weather and we knew they needed outside under the big shade tree.
We did a lot of shuffling with our ram out of our yearling goat pen and back with his ewes. He was so happy, he went-in giggling. Maybe we'll have some lambs early this year. Yikes! December?
After getting the kennel pen shiny clean, my Steve set the kennel-up so cozy. It seems a lot cooler this evening, but the puppies and Darby are right under our window. They are curled all up together. Tomorrow will be the big day of exploring.