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They went to get their shots today. The Vet's office doesn't allow people to go inside, so they come to the car, and take in the animals. They all had the best time with the puppies, and they came out with collars on, with new names on them.

No car sickness for the half hour trip each way.
Ellie’s and Birdy’s puppies are so adorable. I can only imagine what a cute adventure it must have been to take them to the vet’s. I bet they took a long nap when they got home.

You and Pam must have your hands full with so many puppies on the ground! Too much cuteness!
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They made the collars out of some kind of tape. Pam had a hard time getting them off. She was able to pull them off carefully, without having to cut any hair, but we'll make sure they don't do that again. On Patrick's, they wrote Clyde. On Emerald's they wrote Ethyl. One was renamed Dennis. The other two they had started with A, and B, but must have had fun coming up with names for them after that.

Yes, they slept all afternoon, but have been out on the porch for a good while playing like wild things. Birdy's are just waking up, so they'll get switched.

Yes, busy, busy.
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They made the collars out of some kind of tape. Pam had a hard time getting them off. She was able to pull them off carefully, without having to cut any hair, but we'll make sure they don't do that again. On Patrick's, they wrote Clyde. On Emerald's they wrote Ethyl. One was renamed Dennis. The other two they had started with A, and B, but must have had fun coming up with names for them after that.

Yes, they slept all afternoon, but have been out on the porch for a good while playing like wild things. Birdy's are just waking up, so they'll get switched.

Yes, busy, busy.
Oh my goodness what an adventure! I'm sure having to deal with that tape was not something you both wanted or needed to deal with.

Do Birdy's and Ellie's pups play together much, or do you keep them separate most of the time?
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They have played together a few times, but there is just enough of an age difference that there is a noticeable size difference. The larger ones can't help but play too rough with the smaller ones, so their interaction time is mainly sharing an expen partition between their two inside play areas. They do have a good time with each other like that through the bars.

Fortunately, they're mostly on different nap schedules, so they get to take turns on the screened porch, and outside. It rained multiple inches last week, so the yard has been too wet for about a week now. They all love the screened porch.
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Oh my gosh! Birdy and Ellie's pups are so beautiful. You just want to love them all.
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Tom, do you usually have two litters so close together? That sounds so cute!!
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Were they trying to distinguish the puppies form each other with the tape since you werenít in the appointment? It sounds like the kind of well intentioned, misguided project my teenagers would get wrapped up in I have a feeling the staff at your vetís office look forward to your puppy visits!
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I was wondering the same thing! When my breeder was taking her litter in, she had notes on who is who because of the restrictions.

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Tom, do you usually have two litters so close together? That sounds so cute!!
It's completely up to the girls' cycles. Lately, we've been having long breaks, and then several litters all at once. When one girl comes in heat, she'll often bring others in too.
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Were they trying to distinguish the puppies form each other with the tape since you werenít in the appointment? It sounds like the kind of well intentioned, misguided project my teenagers would get wrapped up in I have a feeling the staff at your vetís office look forward to your puppy visits!
I'm pretty sure that was the reason. I expect they wanted to make sure that no puppy ended up with two shots. They carried their crates in. There were two puppies in one crate, and three in the other.

The staff of helpers are mostly young girls, or young ladies I should say.
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