Reese + Dodger
Please do not write to us asking to adopt one of these puppies.
All of the pups in this litter have gone to their new homes.
Here are some of the best photos I took of Reese and Dodger's puppies:
Here all all the new owners with their puppies, on the weekend they went to their new homes
Do you know which of Reese's puppies this is? If not, you don't know Jack!
Yet another good photo of Jack taken on the same day!
Grover at 8 weeks old
Who could possibly resist these two faces?!?
Lucy (left) and Grover (right)
Lucy tugs on Pipa's ear
Addison, at seven weeks old
Lucy gets the most interesting expressions on her face sometimes.
As she gets older, she is reminding me more and more of Morgan.
Alana having fun on the lawn
Jack having fun with my shoelace!
Puppies this age love to chew things, so we keep lots of chew toys around.
If you don't do that, they just chew on each other instead.
Pipa is still a puppy at heart, and still loves those chew toys!
Grover (and all the pups) love Pipa.
Alana at seven weeks old
Jack says: "No photos, please... I'm a little tied up right now!"
Reese doesn't seem too thrilled about nursing the puppies at six weeks old
Grover at six weeks old
Lucy - six weeks old
Alana (left) Grover (bottom) and Jack (right)
Grover and Jack could have used a quick facial trim before this photo session!
Grover - 5+ weeks old
At 5+ weeks old I figure I was lucky to get three looking towards the camera at the same time!
From above, you can see the freckles that have run together on Alana's back to form a #7
Closeup of Alana's face
Captain Jack Spaniel - 5+ weeks old
Side view of Alana
Lucy was camera shy for this picture
Addison - 5+ weeks old
She has a blade of grass hanging out of her mouth!
Grover - almost five weeks old
Lucy - almost five weeks old
Captain Jack Spaniel - almost five weeks old
Alana - almost five weeks old
Addison - almost five weeks old
A bonus picture of Grover, because the camera loves him!
Click here to see pictures of these puppies when they were less than one month old.
Click here to see the
pedigree of these puppies.
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