6th February

Another week goes by at the rate of knots, thankfully a dry one with all the outside digging work still in progress.
After several concrete lorries the footings are now in for the base of the new kennel block, this will be an ongoing project for the next year at least.

All the little dogs and puppies are doing well, we have yet another little recruit now moved into the house for the future Labradoodle breeding program.

Kiro and her puppies are doing well; they are eating four feeds a day and seem very content.
Half of the litter looks like her and the other half like dad, which is a nice mix.

We have a couple of girls in season, which is causing mayhem with the boys, neither of which are being mated.

Lycan does not appear to be in pup, but Cedar looks like she is, so they will be born in March.

A little surprise that I have managed to contain myself from mentioning we have another litter a very special of low content wolf hybrids from Iska.
They will be for sale in the first week of April to knowledgeable homes with good sized gardens.
These pups will be fairly low content so hopefully with the right handling and sensible socialization they will not be too timid.

We have had two re home female wolf dogs come in this week neither of which were bred here, one is still looking for a home.

Also a six month old female for resale, she is a very sweet natured little girl looking for a family home.

Sorry to cut this blog short but puppy duties call.

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