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Well my puppy pictures set off the FB police again. This time for 6 days though they seem to extend that at their own will. I have so many thoughts on this but its probably most polite to keep them to myself.
Anyway, on to the good stuff. Puppies have been leaving. It's so bittersweet. We do get attached but there is a definite joy watching them get settled in their new homes. (We get pictures and videos which we greatly appreciate... feel free to send them any time... we don't ask for them as we figure it is up to the new owners to share when and if they want.)
Chase is the last Havanese puppy left. He is $800 and ready for his new home and forever family. He seems to be very laid back and sweet, loving his toys.
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Asher is a very sweet boy. He is the smallest in his litter, but is full of personality. I think he'd make an excellent hiking buddy or walking partner. He seems to crave attention, but not in a "in your face" kind of way.
Asher always seems to be wesring a smile. He does show some interest in the livestock, but I don't feel like he thrives on the livestock intersctions, as Axel does.
This boy has beautiful markings and needs a buddy of his own. Please ask us more about him.
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Axel is an Everly & Tomac puppy. As a farm owner, Axel is everything I'd want in a dog. He's calm and attentive. He is all about the livestock. He waits for me to come out and do chores. He loves watching the chickens and will herd them around at times. He also has interest in the mini horses, goats and mini donkeys. He definitely has a herding drive that I believe could be taken and turned into something amazing.
Not only does Axel seem to have a natural desire to herd, he is also beautiful. If there is anyway I could make the logistics work, he'd stay here. I just feel he is an awesome puppy and he needs a new farm to live at.
Please let us know if you're interested in this stunning boy.
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So Facebook has decided I violated the community standards with puppy pictures and I've been dancing around their "standards" for quite some time now. When I started my farm page there were no rules against animals postings, now the rules are endless and it makes life quite frustrating.
So while I'm in FB jail I'm going to maybe try this whole blogging thing and see if I eventually can't get people directed here to see pictures and posts. Another added benefit is that I may start keeping my website updated more. :)
I can tell it's going to take me awhile to get used to this... so we will see how it goes. But at least it will be a "backup" option.
Yesterday Esther's babies turned 6 weeks old. They are a sweet bunch themselves. Here are some pictures of them.
Twix is still looking for a home. He is a beautiful boy who is going to be quite big I believe. He is a very mellow guy at this time.
Reeses is also still looking for a home. He's super sweet and usually comes and finds me wherever I am. He seems to be taking a special interest in the livestock.
Muskateer is a tiny little guy. He is my children's favorite from this litter. He is spunky and seems to love to play with toys. He's looking for a family to call his own.
Crunch used to not get my attention much, but lately I find him always making me smile. Lots of sweet personality in this boy. He is needing a family to call his own.
Snickers is another sweet boy. He seems to be quiet and sweet. I don't see him rough-housing as much as some of the other babies. He's also still looking for his forever family.
These 5 babies have their forever families waiting for them. They are all so sweet. Kitkat is one of the biggest and seems to be a bit adventurous. Kiss is extremely mellow and sweet. They are all starting to develop their own personalities and it's so fun to watch.