Discussion in 'The Breeding Ground' started by Romy, Jun 11, 2012.
OMG. I want second from the right! (not included yboy)
Are they all spoken for?
Glad everyone is ok and came home fine <3
Oh they are gorgeous
Send me a tri girly!
I'm so glad to hear mom and pups are are doing well. They are adorable!
Wow, so glad they all came out of it ok. The puppies look adorable! Congrats.
Their legs are already SOOOO long! <3
They are all spoken for. Some of the people on the waiting list won't get a puppy because there wasn't enough. I really really really want to keep one from this litter, and it's even harder now because she won't ever be bred again, but I've decided not to. Kaia is still so young, and I still haven't had a chance to course her and stuff. The idea of trying to do stuff with my kids in addition to having three dogs was kind of overwhelming, so it's kind of a relief.
The stud owner is getting pick bitch, and some of the other girls are going to show homes so there's a good chance I'll get a Kaia granddaughter some day. <3
I'm so glad everyone is ok! Those puppers have the longest legs ever!! Gorgeous babies.
That's a lot of pups!!! What's a typical litter for the breed?
They are awful cute!!!!
OMG how terrifying! Amazing that you and Mel were able to get Kaia the help she needed just in time.
And WOW they DO look like pipe cleaners! :rofl1: SO funny that they look like borzois already!
Oh yeah, and to answer your question Ado, it varies by the lines. Typically they have good sized litters though. Kaia was from a litter of 11 I think? Strider was from a litter of 9. All the girls in Kaia's lines tend to have 9+ puppies, which is nice because her breeder only likes to do one litter per girl and that gives her a lot to choose her next generation from.
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