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Shine had here Puppies!!!!!!!

Discussion in 'Dogs - all breeds / types' started by ChinookLover89, Mar 3, 2005.

  1. ChinookLover89

    ChinookLover89 New Member

    She had 6 beautiful happy healthy puppies couple weeks ago :eek: . Heres a couple pics
  2. CockatielCrazy87

    CockatielCrazy87 New Member

    aw so cute gotta love those puppies
  3. nern

    nern New Member

    Awe, how cute! Congrats! :D
  4. charmedagain

    charmedagain New Member

    Awww how cute mum looks so happy and content there with her new family glad all went well for her and pups are doing well give them all a huge hug from meeeeeeeeeeee :y_the_best: :y_the_best: :D :D
  5. Aqueous

    Aqueous New Member

    Very cute. Congrats!
  6. Jas

    Jas New Member

    Congratulations!!! :eek:

    Can't wait to see photos of them as they grow!

  7. honeybears

    honeybears New Member

    ahhh how cute, what about the coloring? so they come in different shade variations?

  8. lil96

    lil96 New Member

    yea I wanted to comment on their coloring, it is like looking at a rainbow of brown! Good Luck!
  9. ChinookLover89

    ChinookLover89 New Member

    Yeah their colors rance from black to light tan in the breed with masks and black muzzles. My one black puppy has tan spots above his eyes and tan paws i did'nt expect to get him out of this litter but he is adorable. i did get quite a rainbow. Here's a couple close Ups
    This was the day they were born
    more coming soon
  10. horse_child

    horse_child New Member

    Wow, they are so pretty, that black one looks blacker than black.
  11. honeybears

    honeybears New Member

    they are just too darn cute! have a question since you sled your dogs. and I guess for anyone who works there their dogs. Do they live longer??

    I was talking to someone yesterday, they recently saw a special ont he discovery channel that said sled dogs (huskies) can live to 20 years. They said it wasnt because of their physical shape, but mental, that sled racing keeps them up mentally. I dont know how they would know the difference between mental and phsyical, but if that is the case then in general working dogs, like Sams and cattledog lovers should really live longer?

  12. Jamiya

    Jamiya New Member

    That probably depends on how many times they are kicked in the head by the cattle... :wink:
  13. Samsintentions

    Samsintentions New Member

    Its really hard to answer that question. Gris died at 7. From what, we still don't know I think possibly a massive heart attack.
    Charllotte also died at 7 of a heart tumor.

    I guess in theory they do. But honestly my dogs have all ranged from 7-24 years.
    I guess it really depends on how hard and long you work your dogs. Most over worked dogs will die much earlier than healthy and moderately worked dogs. Bocephus worked five days a week 10-12 hours a day, he lived to be 18, Porky was 24 when he died and never worked a day in his life, other than "guarding" his porch from the invisable monsters.....

    ANy dog Healthy all around with moderate exersize, a good diet and sound mind and body should live to be an elderly dog.
    I retire all my dogs at 7-8 years. I think thats why Griss died, to be honest with you. He no longer worked and he got a little chubby. I think thats what got him in the end.

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