Tuesday, November 20, 2012

Almost 3 weeks

Today the Jack and Pita puppies are 3 weeks old. Last weekend I had a chance to go and see them so we took a few pics for you.

Keep in mind that they are not quite 3 weeks old in these, so could not really get them to show stack.

This is the one and only boy in the litter. We are calling him Blue collar, also Blue flower collar, which is not very masculine but he doesn't know that!

You can see his nose is almost completely filled and eye rims are filled all the way around.

Spotting is nice, not too open and not too dark. Just right!
This girl has a Pink colored collar with a blue stripe.
Nice nose coverage.

Spotting is pretty good too!
Gold colored collar with a red heart, girl.
We think she was a little premature so has some catching up to do. But her nose is looking good as well as eye trim.

She has the most spotting of all the puppies. But even she is not that dark.
This is the Pink and teal collar girl.
Her nose has a ways to go but it will fill.

But her spotting is very nice!
And last but certainly not least is Pink collar girl.
Full nose trim.

She has beautiful hand painted spotting!
Well, that's it for now. We will  be updating whenever possible. So stay tuned!

Monday, November 5, 2012

Jack-a-Pitas all in a row

I was so excited to open my email this morning and see pics of the Jack-a-Pita pups! The perfect cap on a great weekend at dog shows where daddy Jack won his first Best of Breed and also received a 4th place in the Non-sporting Group! He now has 14 points, including 1 major win toward his Grand Championship.

Just to explain, the Grand Champion title is something that the American Kennel Club, or AKC started a year or so ago to encourage people like me to continue to show their dog after receiving a title of Champion.

It is fun, you can earn points without having to be Best of Breed, you can also get points from being Best of Opposite or something new called a Select placement. I was so excited to see how many points Jack already has considering that he has only been to a handful of shows as a Special. (A Special is what you call a dog who has finished his Championship and continues to compete against other Champions).

Well, enough about me and Jack. Enjoy the pic of Mom and babies!

If you look closely, you can see a lady in an ad below where the pups are laying and she is smiling!