Joanna & SteveO's
Here are the best pictures I took of Joanna & SteveO's pups from birth to 4 weeks old:
(click here to see pictures of these puppies from 4-9 weeks old)
Joanna's puppies at 25 days old
(left to right) Jamie, Bonnie, Bella, Toby, Molly
See several videos I took of the puppies today by clicking here
Bella's new owners came to visit her today, and she was very alert and awake for them
Jamie is one of those dogs that just seems to look good in all the photos
Joanna lets the photographer know what she thinks of him
At 24 days old, the pups enjoy a good rumble
Toby tries to scare Bella off
Jamie at 24 days old
Bella looks like she's about ready for another shave around her face
Bonnie and Molly face off
Natalie (the cute neighbor girl) with Bonnie and Toby at 23 days old
Without the bread pan, there would be no way to get the pups to stay on the scale!
The red & whites at three weeks of age
(left to right) Molly, Bella, and Jamie
Jamie looking totally adorable at 3 weeks old
Bella and Jamie getting playful!
It lasted only a few minutes and then they ran out of energy and resumed their nap
Jamie @ 18 days old
When the pups were first born, I wrote in my notes that I could identify
Bella from Molly by the fact that Bella had white fur around both eyes.
As you can see in this picture of her at 18 days old, that is no longer true.
Natalie (also known as "the cute neighbor girl") and Jamie
The pups are 17 days old in this and the next few pictures
Natalie and her friend compared the smallest and largest pups in the litter
Bonnie (largest) on the left, and Toby (smallest) on the right
Gail McMorran brought Reese over to meet the pups
Joanna was completely comfortable with having her old friend,
Reese, in the room while she nursed the pups
The girls... (left to right) Molly, Bonnie, and Bella
They were 15 days old here
You can see a little bit of Toby's beautiful tan points in this photo of him at 13 days old.
I think Jamie was giving me the "I'd rather be sleeping" look here.
Toby relaxes on top of Bonnie.
They are 13 days old in this photo.
Joanna had a bath, and actually seemed excited about wearing a bandana.
When I took it out of the drawer, she started jumping at it as if she wanted it.
The pups were 11 days old in this photo.
(Left to Right) Bonnie, Toby, Molly, Bella, and Jamie
At 11 days old, the pups started to open their eyes a little bit.
This is Jamie.
Toby's eyes were open the widest of all the pups
but it's not apparent in this photo due to dark eyes against a background of black fur
All five pups lined up, at 11 days old.
(left to right) Toby, Molly, Bella, Jamie, and Bonnie
The three red & white pups, at 8 days old.
(Jamie on top, Bella lower left, Molly lower right)
The three black & white pups, at 8 days old.
(Bonnie on the left and Toby on the right)
Taking a nice nap after lunch.
The puppies are five days old in this picture.
Molly latched on and refueling
Molly sleeping and being totally cute!
With her mouth cracked open like that, you'd expect her to snore!
This is Jamie, taking a nap on Joanna's chest.
Jamie has the most vivid coloring of three red & whites.
Connie's new owners had a great time snuggling with her.
Hopefully, by their next visit Connie will be more playful!
Two sides of Molly...
on her left side, a red ear and a red patch around the eye
on her right side, a marbled
red/white ear and white fur around the eye
She was five days old in these two pictures
Joanna with her puppies at two days old
If you look on the side of his face, around the ear canal, and at the base of this tail
you can see the tan markings are unmistakable on Toby
Two of the neighbor girls love coming over to play with the puppies.
We encourage it as a way to socialize the puppies to people.
Joanna looks pretty happy with her new litter.
They were one day old here.
An image saved from our PuppyCam just a few hours after the puppies were born.
Click here to see pictures of these puppies from 4-9 weeks old
By the way...
The pup formerly known temporarily as Johnny now has the permanent name of Toby.
The pup formerly known temporarily as Loni now has the permanent name of Molly.
The pup formerly known temporarily as Nalani now has the permanent name of Jamie.
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