Thursday, August 29, 2013

Lacya's litter on playground.

Not much time to do all those video, but today
we decided to give You, guys, a little treat..
Enjoy watching our little rascals exploring great outdoors!

Thursday, August 15, 2013

New games etc.

What this post is about today? Clearly about sweet NOTHING!
Ira and I had so called "day off". In our meaning it is a day
when we do something what is not scheduled, but we just feel
like doing this time... I like this feeling.
This is what I call "Freedom". Our "freedom" simply is a 
"freedom of choices".
One of the things we did today; small photoshoot of puppies.
Not for any reason, just because  they were 
playing so well and we happened to have camera 
right on the middle of kitchen table!

Lacya's pups are just about two weeks younger compare to Tutta's guys,
but they  too discovering joy of playing with toys.

Above: Prada (left) and Pepper (right) Vs Mr Monkey.
At my humble opinion Mr Monkey doesn't have a chance!
Below: Boy and girl from Tutta trying to figure out
whose toy it is...

Perhaps tomorrow we will be able to take some more pictures
of them playing outside...
But we will see how day goes!

Sunday, August 11, 2013

Scary Blue "THAT" by Shazzam Of Oz video production.

This is a good demonstration video about how to  introduce Your puppy
to new things, what may look for him scary at beginning. 
Do not force You young dog, just show - there is nothing to be afraid of.
Make a little fun game out of it.
Your puppy will follow You, just let him do it on his own pass.


"Gigi", the schnauzer, as  "Shy puppy with one ear down"

"Sasha", the Fox Terrier, as  "Evil Villain who wants that Toy".

Thursday, August 8, 2013

Help needed !!!

Now, my friends, after I posted all those pictures, I have to ask all of You about return-favor!..

Our British friend surprised as one day ( a while ago) when mentioned the fact that in England
they call "puppies" - "pooppies". Not sure, it is spell "poopies, but  this is how it sounds like...
And there is a good reason for it... Being a "poopies", puppies require a lot of reading material
often called simply "newspapers". And we constantly running out of those... therefore I have to ask You: when You are coming to visit (or pick up) Your puppy,
we would really appreciate some generous donation of this valuable paper...
So our puppies (and our house where they live) will be always clean and fresh!

Thank You in advance!

Irina, Tatiana

Lacya X Timmy litter, 4+ weeks.

Lacya's kids are 7 weeks old by now and getting to be pretty independent.
They are also ready for their first shots now, but they do not know about it
and we are going to keep it this way.
The "gentleman of this litter" is captured on a picture above.

His 3 little sisters are follow him one after another.
They growing up quickly and getting in the age for funny games
what only puppies can play.

Sometime soon I'm going to treat You with puppy-play video..
I hope I'll find a time to edit that stuff and upload so everybody can enjoy.

Stay tuned!

Tutta x Roy litter, 7 weeks.

I'm finally back home from our trip to West and finally can do something
what You all were asking as to do - update blog with new puppy pictures.
At this age puppies starting to grow and change rapidly and sure
You will mention BIG difference with how look now compare how they looked
on a previous post. The only thing what didn't change - they all still healthy and beautiful!
The only boy in the litter is one above.

Sorry, but I couldn't make my pick from those two ladies... I like them both.
Above - smaller and lighter girl. Below is her slightly darker and bigger sister..
Wouldn't You have a hard time to make Your choice?..

They all look a bit sleepy here, but they have all rights to be (and so am I).
When I started working with photos today it was way after 11 PM
and little guys weren't really sure why do we drag them out of their cozy nest
and asking to pose for us.
Well, now they are back to bed and long gone to their fields of dreams.
I still working of pictures and blogging, but hopefully soon Ira and I will make them a company.
It is getting pretty late here, in PA.