PUppy play Out-takes

I love watching my puppies play – they are a constant source of joy and laughter. I wanted to share a couple of out-takes that I happened to catch this week and share the joy.

The little faded tri boy colliding with my little 6 month old cavalier Summer. No cavaliers or beagles were injured in this 🙂

My other out-take was Miss “Katherine” from my Vixen x BJ litter – she was trying to jump onto the back of a chair, but she mis-calculated. Well, you can see the results 🙂

Just like the first image, she was just fine and dandy – but it made for a good giggle for me.

Have a great day everyone!

Vixen – “feeling A Little Foxy”

Miss Vixen was born on Christmas Eve. She was born down at my co-breeders home in Sacramento CA as we were on sabbatical in New Zealand for 7 weeks, and knew we wouldn’t be in town to whelp and raise the litter. This is the reason she bears the initial Affix “Hailstorms” as well as “Kazuri”. 🙂

Her nicknames are “Vickle Pickle”, “Pickle dust”, “Pickle juice”, “Pixie” and “Dobby”. We always laugh that when she puts her ears back she looks just like Dobby the house elf. See if you can see it in the photos 🙂

She is a fun loving little beagle – I say little as she is about 12.5inches tall. She is our fence jumper, although she cracks us up by pretending every day that she can’t jump on the couch. We joke that she likes to be a baby when she is inside and a “big girl” outside.

She is our best swimmer and avid boater – she loves to be out on the lake and jumps from Paddle Boat to Paddle Board. She has even been known to dive off one and swim to another to get to the boat or board she wants. Lake life sure does look good on her.

I took photos of her today. She is 9 weeks post whelp, but she is looking pretty good. I didnt have time to groom her, so she is hairy, but you get the idea. We are about to do a home remodel and so she is going to have a little vacation back with Mike and Karen in California, so I wanted to take some pictures before she left. <3 Love my little Dobby Pickle.

The Beagle Puppies look a little Different – But equally as cute.

So, this week has been full of changes. Most of Vixen and Madison’s babies have gone to their new homes. The only girl we have left is “Katherine” from Vixen, who will go to her forever home next Tuesday.

Yesterday, I drove to Southern Oregon, to meet up with my co-breeders Mike and Karen who live in Sacramento. They have kindly been raising Mia’s litter for me, so I wouldn’t go grey-haired raising 15 puppies on my own. So, we met up so we could go over them in person. Toby, the dark tri boy went to his forever home in Medford OR and I brought the two girls and faded tri boy home with me, so they can go to their forever homes up here.

So, our puppy pack looks a little different, but so very cute. Since Madison and Mia are sisters, these guys are cousins, and actually aunts/uncle to “Katherine” since Mia is Vixen’s mom. (Did you get all that family connection? 🙂 ). It’s been fun getting to know their little personalities.

Enjoy the photos I took of them tonight as they played in the yard.

FrankIE – Kazuri’s Go Fly A Kite

Sometimes we raise up a puppy or two from a litter hoping they will turn out the way we hope they will. We kept 2 brothers from our Ben x Emmy litter to see how they would grow up. Now that they are closer to 6 months, one is starting to nudge out the other, and since we don’t need two boys in our breeding program with the same exact pedigree, we decided we could let Mr Franklin go to his forever home.

He is a super sweet. A total love bug. But as you can see in the photos, he hams it up for playing with toys as well. I have only had him here since yesterday afternoon, and he gets along with everyone in our pack well. He hasn’t lifted a leg or pottied on anything (long may that continue) and his crate was dry this morning. We are off to a good start.

I know who ever gets this sweet little fellow, will be lucky indeed. I am offering him to families I think he will be well suited to, so please no enquiries.

Mia’s babies turn 7 weeks

It’s been a while since I have posted about Mia’s litter – mainly because they are not being raised with me, and so I dont get to see much of them since they are in California. But today I got to see some stacked pictures of them – they are so beautiful. <3 Riker and Mia did so well. They are 7 weeks old and looking wonderful. We are making our final selections about them. You can see Mike and Karen dont give them blog names – just descriptions 🙂 HA!

Wagon Photos – The Last Picture Of The Beagle Babies Together

Some people know, and other’s dont – I am a photographer as my “real” job – I photograph newborn babies and families primarily. So, I dabble with my puppies as a little fun on the side.

I decided to do something adorable tonight – I gathered my kids and had them help me – and it worked – Oh my gosh – what a way to commemorate these beautiful babies. I am gonna miss them that’s for sure. <3

The beagle babies are 8 weeks

It’s hard to believe that 8 weeks ago these precious little ones were born. It has both flown by and felt like they have been here for a lifetime – is that weird? I adore these little ones – their fun little personalities and their unconditional love.

These are the final days with everyone being together for next week they will start leaving for their forever homes. They will always be family. Several I hope to show and so they will be part of my breeding program still. I know their new families will adore and love them as much as we do. <3

Enjoy photos of them playing outside tonight – my favorite images are my daughter rolling down the hill and the puppies chasing her. They truly LOVE the game of chase.

Thank you for your interest in my breeding program. I am sending out the final offers, but I believe these puppies are now all sold.

I have a waitlist and my current wait time is about 12 months – it could be more or less depending on circumstances. If you want to be on it, please go to my Puppy Page, for more information.

Stacked photos of Madison & Vixen’s pups – 8 weeks Old

Stacking puppies is one of the ways we get to analyse a dog’s structure and balance. We get to compare them to one another. We get to see their angles and how well their neck and shoulder flow into their backs. We look at their muzzle shape, ear set, heads. We also watch them move – side gait and coming and going. All things that matter to a breeding program but not much to a pet family. These are photos of the babies – they were not being very co-operative, but you get the idea 🙂

Madison x Buddy’s litter

Vixen’s x BJs Litter

Madison & Vixen’s beagle pups are 7 weeks and love playing outside

The beagle puppies are growing up and I am enjoying the final time I have with them. Their personalities are coming out and it’s fun to see who is first to try something new and who waits to watch others.

They play in the yard daily and today and I went out in with my camera and took some pictures. These are the colors of collars they have on, so in the photos you know who is who: (Maddy x Buddy) – Gordon – Yellow, Ming – Silver, Bobby – Black, Mario – Cream, Carla – Purple, Julia – Pink. (Vixen x BJ) Elon – Light Blue, Doug – Navy Blue, Bob – Green, Katherine – Red, Dorothy – Orange.

Enjoy the fun – and the wrestling <3

Thank you for your interest in my breeding program. I am just starting to make offers for the puppies as I have decided which pups might stay in my breeding program.

Please note for any new enquiries, that I have approximately a 12 month + wait time for puppies at this time.

Natural Remedy for Skin

A good friend of mine was having some skin allergy issues with her 10 week old beagle puppy. She wouldn’t stop itching. She came up with this little concoction and is giving it daily and has made a huge difference, so I wanted to share it, just in case there are others that might benefit. I am a firm believer in things that can be found in nature to heal the body.

Puppy formula:

1/4 tsp of Colloidal Silver + 1/4 tsp of local honey (local for allergy reasons) + 1/2 tsp of Coconut Oil – melt the coconut oil and honey together gently with hot water and add the colloidal silver. Can be added to food.

Adult Formula.

1/2 tsp of Colloidal Silver + 1/4 tsp of local honey (local for allergy reasons) + 1 tsp of Coconut Oil – melt the coconut oil and honey together gently with hot water and add the colloidal silver. Can be added to food.

My friend has also noticed that after giving this to her 14.5 year old who is in congestive heart failure, that her “heart” cough has disappeared. Simply amazing.

I hope this helps your pup too. <3