The pups love the bumper bed but Mr Red seems to monopolize it!
We did some stacked shots of the pups this week to get an idea of what they look like in terms of conformation. I will do it again next week and at 7 weeks to make my decisions on what pup goes where. The pups were cooperative, for the most part, but were a bit confused as to why I wanted them to stand still on top of a crate!
Mr. Green was the first to try
Such a handsome face!
Mr. Green was very interested in something on the floor
cuddles for a job well done
At first I thought Mr. Red may have a wooley coat but after looking at pics of his dam and her sibs as pups, I think he is just going to have a nice, thick plush coat like his Uncle Gambler/Denali
Gambler had a similar coat as a pup and now has a very nice adult coat-
Mr. Red has a very kissable face
Mr. Red looking very sweet but he can get into a bit of mischief!
Miss White has a pretty, feminine face
Miss Blue was the least cooperative of the pups at standing- she was not being a brat but just did not get the idea of standing still- what is the purpose when there is so much to see and so many pets to get!
I love pictures of sleeping pups...obviously!
Mr. Red finally lets the other pups share the bumper bed and they take advantage by piling on.
Each pup got a stocking for the holidays
It amazes me how some behaviors are inherited. Many of my adult Chinooks like to sleep with one foot outstretched and stuck in the air. these pups have not yet met any of my adult Chinooks but already sleep in some very "Chinooky" positions
Another Chinook postion- neck bend and turned like it is broken. Doesn't look comfortable to me but the dogs seem to like it!