Litter Diary: Puppies Born 05/29/15

CH Kipmik Houston We Have Liftoff "HUEY"

Holly, May 2015

Dam: IntCH GCH CH Hollyhock SHE Returns “Holly”

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Sire: CH Kipmik Houston We Have Liftoff “Huey”

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Sam, Riley and Remy all grown up

9 to 12 months — Sam, Riley and Remy

6 to 9 months — Sam, Riley and Remy

3 to 6 months — Family photos are starting to arrive.  Sam, Remy and Riley.

Week 15 — Finn is now Riley and is in his forever home with Patti and Paul in Scottsdale. He joins their other two bichons, Cody and Audi. 

Week 12 — Sam and Remy head off to their new homes. Finn is still waiting for a special bichon family.

Week 11 — Triple threat! All confident and ready to run with the bigger bichons…and even harder to get photos! Got their microchips and vaccinations this week and are ready to go to their new homes.

Week 8 — Moving so fast it’s hard to get pictures! First haircuts and puppy structure evaluations.

Week 7 — Spending more time playing, but loving their naps too! Eating real food mostly and nursing only on occassion.

Watch the video of the boys learning new things this week (duration 3:19)

Week 6 — Water bottle and pee pad training, gaining more independence and insisting on belly rubs!

Watch the video of the boys learning new things this week (duration 5:03)

Week 5 — Eating real food, navigating obstacles and experiencing grooming tasks!

Watch the video of the boys learning new things this week (duration 3:39)

Week 4 — Moving to the larger play area with a pee pad and water bottle, starting to play together and get more vocal!

Watch the video of the boys in their new play area (duration 1:34)

Week 3 — Eyes and ears open, standing on all fours, graduating to new playpen, getting some personality!

Watch the video of one puppy cooing for belly rubs (duration 0:30)

Week 2 — Not much happening…just laying around eating and getting plump

Week 1 — Dew claws removed and lots of eating and napping…and daily exercises begin.

Learn about Early Neurological Stimulation from Dr. Carmen Battaglia (8:03)

The birth day and first vet visit

Watch the video of the puppies born 5/29/14 (duration 0:27)

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