Puppy Galore!

Well, now that we all are staying in our houses and gardens and leave home only for urgent shopping (like searching for toilet paper), it is quite annoying to face curfews the next days due to too many people acting without reason and responsibility. 

So we try to cheer up all people being worried about their own health and the health of family and friends and about their existence. Maybe tons of pictures of puppies playing brightes your days a little bit.

Just for the record: They are all being awaited by their furever families!

14.03.2020

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16.03.2020

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19.03.2020

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Full up!

The happy foursome took a long nap after their first lunch, consisting of watered puppy food. They had instantly launched into the bowl and emptied it quickly.

Finally mommie Kira came to clean up the mess. Apparently everyone enjoyed the meal.

Another step ahead growing up. 🙂

Happy D’Babies

Now that the sweet little foursome is with us for more than a week, growing nicely, we cherish this boon to see them all chubby and neat and their mom feeling well. So well that she is demanding her midday walkies, enjoying some time with the pack.

D'Babies on 02/14/2020

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Napping in the box

(It’s not still the same cover as lately, but again the same – it would be wrong to assume we were not changing, in fact, we change at least daily. 😉 )

Please Welcome The D’babies!

Last Wednesday, February 5th, time had come for Kira (Zausel’s Red Rose) to give birth to her babies. She had spent the night night before restlessly and wanted to stay in the welping box. In the afternoon, after going through hard labor, the first puppy was born, a mostly black boy with a black mask, weighing ~600 g. He was instantly looking for the milk bar. About half an hour later Kira quite easily gave birth a little grey-white puppy girl of only 490 g, but as hungry and determined as her brother.

After that poor Kira was again suffering from hard labor that seemed not to end. She had already lost some amniotic fluid, and when finally the third baby was born, he was dead. Kira was exhausted and was unable to calm down. At least she was so upset that she did not take much notice of the little black angel. So she did not look for him, but was lying side by side with her first two babies, taking care of them as best as she could.

After 3 hours the fourth puppy was born, another black boy of 580 g that instantly screamed for food. Now finally Kira found some rest. We knew there was another puppy in her belly waiting to work its way out, but we wanted her to recover from that trial. And so she rested, taking care of her babies and taking a nap in between. 

At almost 2 am the last black boy smoothly found his way out, the biggest one (about 620 g). Meanwhile Kira was feeling much better, no more panting and burrowing.

The next morning all four pups were moving around and getting nursed and their mom looked quite happy.

Of course we are sad that the perfect little boy (~500 g) di not make it, but deeply grateful about Kira and her D’babies doing fine.

 

Final Spurt For The D’babies!

SInce we didn’t ge a clear result about the number of pups by sonography on January 6th and Kira is growing quite big (27 kg / 60 lbs), we had an x-ray done in our veterinary clinic today. There are 5 pups bouncing about in her belly, one has already taken the pole position head first. 😀

Suspense is nearly killing us and we are looking forward to welcome the little huskies in our family and pack. Yet Kira is not in a good mood, because she cannot work out and we actually do not let her jump into or out of the car. She must not do that at the moment, the risk of hurting her or the pups is too high. One boring week is still lying ahead, and we are going to spoil her rotten, so it is not too annoying for her. We know that she will be over the moon, as soon as she has her babies around.

At this point we would like to say big thank you to our verterinary clinic in Heskem-Mölln for their attentive and affectionate care they give to all our dogs, particularly to the moms-to-be. We can highly recommend this vet clinic!

Planned Litters for 2020

As of yet, we are planning two litters for next year.

The first one will – hopefully – be bred by Shakaar (Inner Vision Carbon Monoxide) out of Kira (Zausel’s Red Rose). With everything going well this litter will be born early February and some time around Easter they will have grown enough to move to their furever families.

We have not decided if Opra (Inner Vision Wolfblood) or Ezri (Zaltana Kissed By An Angel In Kahnawake) will be the dam of the second litter. Depending on the girls’ seasons these pups will be born in summer 2020. Also we have not decided yet who will sire this litter.

Perhaps, if there are enough people interested in a pup from our kennel, both girls will have a litter, so we might have three.

Please contact us as soon as possible. We would like to get to know the future families of our pups quite well. We are no back yard breeding puppy traffickers, instead we are looking for the best homes!

May We Introduce

… our new arrival: Inner Vision Carbon Monoxide

We have been considering this for quite some time to add a male to our pack, and thought it over thoroughly. Finally we decided to choose Opra’s cousin. On Sunday, he arrived and was received happily by our gang of four. Now we are hoping that he will slot in easily and turn the quartet into a quintet. 

During the first days he more and more opened up to the others. He is neither dominant nor rude, but behaves exceptionally friendly. Sisko being the boss, tolerates him being around and brings him in line from time to time. We are very optimistic.

More information, pedigree and pictures to be found on his page.

More About Nukka…

Now that the C’babies have flown and Nukka has returned to her awesome family, it is time for a huge thankyou to Kirsten, Markus and Josie to offer us the opportunity to spend those wonderful months with Nukka and her pups! We are very happy to have found perfect families for those mischievous little ones, families who keep in touch with each other, with us and with the families of other pups of Kahnawake – what could be better?!

We added a photo gallery to Nukkas page on this site, so visitors can get to know better this great girl.

Let’s look forward to the Kahnawake Summer Powwow that will take place at Helmut’s birthday, at the third weekend of July – if all things go well with most of the Kahnawake puppers’ families and the studs’ owners as well. 

A Date With The Vet

Today we went to the vet clinic with the pups and their mom for checkups, vaccinations and the implantation of the chips. Apparently, the trip there was torture, especially for Mato (aka Clemens) who was screaming and screaming, until I let him rest at my feet. Resting his head behind a purse, our little hero could put up with the rest of the trip.

The vet was very pleased with each of the pups. Size, weight, health condition, bite, umbilicus, behavior – everything fit wonderfully, and with the boys everything is in place. They got their vaccination and chipping with only little grumbling. Only little Mato, nervous as he was, did a little squeal.

Now mommie Nukka was carefully checked and found hale and hearty. 😉 Her coat is slowly coming back and she will quickly gain some weight, as soon as she is no longer worrying about her babies.

After leaving the vet we made a detour to Marburg, from where we returned home with the sleepy pups and their mom. On the return trip everybody was sleeping peacefully, while back home the famous four were impatiently waiting for us.

Tomorrow the club’s breed warden to check if we bred and raised them according to the rules of our kennel club. While there is always a chance for surprises when it comes to health, we are not anxious about this date.