Dinner time for Cobberdog puppies
Tahlia and Solly's little Cobberdog puppies are enjoying their solid foods now (washed down with a good drink from their mama) and it doesn't take long for their bowl to be polished clean. It will soon be time to give them their own separate bowls, but for now, they all prefer to tumble in together at the one. They were still a bit sticky from their yoghurt meal a little while beforehand, as they seem to get as much all over them as gets into their little tummies! This meal was moistened dry food (ugh) which I think everyone who knows me, knows that I hate feeding to dogs! But we do give it to the babies as well as their fresh raw diet, so that their systems recognise it as 'food' in case their forever families expect them to eat it. I hope you enjoy this video of them tucking in!
I just replayed this myself, and I've messed up the timing of the music which just runs on and on....sorry about that!
4/7/2014 02:12:13 pm
They are growing so quickly. I love to watch them and see who is posturing for best position and who is just content with their spot at the dinner table. I'm no expert, but I'm guessing this is a good indication of who has the more assertive personality. They're beautiful, I'm so happy you posted this...I watch every day hoping for a new glimpse of our little guy. :)
4/7/2014 03:37:40 pm
Beverley, thank you for the video. I'm excited to see our little girl "live." I can't wait to see her with a chicken thigh :) The boys were so excited to see the video. They check your website every morning at breakfast and night before they go to sleep. I hope the weather is calm.
Hi Lore, I always get such a big smile on my face when I hear about your boys waiting for their puppy, they are so precious! thanks for thinking of us and our weather, it's fairly calm but not very warm and still raining a fair bit.I think the puppies are missing their TV and DVD's. There's something wrong with the signal and we're waiting for someone to come out and check on it for us.
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