The puppies are growing up so fast and two of the GSP girls have already left to their new homes, the group is getting smaller which is always bittersweet. I love to see them join their new families and the photos and stories I get about the joy they bring just warms my heart, it makes the parting easier. I've lost track of how many times I've said it but thank you so much to all my puppy owners for being so great, you are all part of the extended Braebrook family and I'm lucky to have you.
Here are a few photos taken over the last couple of weeks. Some have already been shared to the Braebrook Kennels Facebook page and some are new. I hope you enjoy.
This is Hardy (Braebrook's Hard Luck) at 7.5 weeks. She is staying here at Braebrook.
This handsome boy is available to a loving home. He is very outgoing and confident, but also very sweet. He is going to make a wonderful pet for a lucky family. If you think that might be you you can email me at: firstname.lastname@example.org
There's definitely some show potential happening here. This is the girl from the Harrison x Pelly litter who will likely be staying, tentatively named Allie. Pictured at 7 weeks.
And my Hardy girl again at 7.5 weeks.
Marshall with one of the red boys.
Marshall and Lilo.
Ella and Allie.
I adore this picture, truly the next generation. I love the concentration on her face while she stacks the black boy puppy for me.
Ella and the other black girl.
My pick boy from the Vinnie x Libby litter, no name yet.
Ella and puppy. These puppies are so well socialized with children, such a great start for them.
Blowing bubbles for the babies.
My pick boy puppy again, and you can probably see why. I just love how he carries himself.
Watching the others from far away.
Oh those sharp puppy teeth!
If you have some new photos to share of your Braebrook puppy/dog (any age), please send them to me so I can include them in a future blog post...plus I just want to see them. ;)
Have a great weekend!