Puppies at 6 Weeks Old
The puppies are now looking more like dogs and are very active, running around, chasing each other, tackling each other, and eating like horses. As we sit down with these puppies we are definitely noticing their personalities. They may change over time, but the most important thing is that they are becoming well socialized, and enjoy romping and playing with their human counterparts. To enlarge the photos click on them. To exit, click on the X at the bottom left of the screen.
Oro is one of the friendlier puppies and is one of the easiest to identify. He has a lot of white on the right side of his head, has blue fawn coloration, and has a full white collar and a lot of white from his withers to the base of his front legs.
Leone is both friendly and rowdy. He sports a dark mask and his chest is red and white. On his right side he has a thin white collar, and his right front leg white up to the elbow, while his right rear leg is red to just below his hock.
Mattie is the only female and has a pretty solid fawn coloration. She has a small white spot on the right side of her neck, and sports white socks on both her front and rear legs. She loves to pull on sleeves.
Keyster will probably be the smallest of the litter and is a red and white male. His muzzle is dark on his left side with a little white on his right. His identifying mark, and his resulting nickname, comes from the keyhole like mark on the top of his collar.
Closer is easily identified by the his white snout and also by his long white tail tip, which comprises more than 50% of his tail’s length. On his left rear leg he sports a small red, knob like intrusion into the white part of his leg.
Confucius stated that, “A picture is worth a thousand words”…then how much is a video worth? I suppose Confucius didn’t have video back in his days. Regardless, here are a million, billion, perhaps even a trillion words worth of video.