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Hi, my name is Emry and I just wanted you to know that no… this is not a bow in my hair! It’s tape… and because the tape is green, some people think it’s a bow, but it’s not. It’s wrapped around my ears to give them more support while the cartilage in my ears is being formed. I’m so embarrassed my mommy did this to me so I’m trying to hide. OK… that’s not really why I’m in this blanket, I really like playing in here, it’s fun!
This is the second time I had to have tape on my ears. For some reason my ears didn’t want to go up on their own, no matter how hard I tried to get them to stand up! So one day, here came mommy with that ugly green tape. I wasn’t sure at first what she was going to do with that stuff, but I found out soon enough! I’m not crazy about this tape, but if it helps my ears stand up, it will be worth it. I’m trying my hardest not to itch at it too much so the tape stays strong. Else I’ll have to have it changed, and I don’t like that part to much. But I don’t think I’ll have to have it on too much longer, I think I heard mommy say I’d only have to have it on a few more days.
I think I’m a pretty handsome fellow already, but having my ears stand up will make me even more handsome. I think I even heard the word “STUD” being used…. 🙂
© July 5, 2012 – PupJoy
MOVING… yuck. Anyone that has ever moved, knows it’s not fun. My husband and I recently decided to make a life change and took the plunge… we moved. What a lot of work. We both swore we were never moving again. Mostly though, because we love it here. So now you know why I haven’t added any new posts lately. I was busy packing and unpacking, trying to get settled in our new home. And that of course was between taking care of puppies.
Speaking of puppies, our new home is set up great for having puppies, and it’s dog friendly! We have almost all tile, or wood laminate flooring, with the exception of a couple of rooms. It’s wonderful, it makes cleaning up after them so much easier. And speaking of cleaning… I recently purchased a “Steam Flour Mop” by Shark. I absolutely love it! If you have pets and non-carpeted floors in your home, you need to consider getting one of these. Not only does it clean, but it sanitizes. You fill it with water, plug it in and go. It’s as simple as that. This is a life saver for me with the puppies as I am constantly picking up little surprises they leave behind for me. 🙂
Just a quick note for those that have wood or laminate floors… you do have to be careful how often you use the steam mop on them, you wouldn’t want to damage the floors by steaming them to much. But with my tile floor, which is where my dogs spend most of their time, I can go crazy with the steam cleaning. But the most important reason I like the steam mop; is that it doesn’t use any chemicals. Cleaning supplies/chemicals can be very harmful to our pets. And yes, your floor can get clean without using harsh chemicals.
OK, back to our dogs. Most of our puppies have found new homes. We still have a few of our Biewer Terrier pups available. You can go see them on our Biewer Terrier puppy page. But I wanted to take a moment to say thanks to all the families that chose our little ones to bring into their families. You’ll never know how much it comforts our hearts to know they will be loved and cared for by so many wonderful families. A big “Thank You” to all of you!
© December 8, 2011 – PupJoy
Fancee had her puppies, 2 boys and 1 girl, on Friday September 2nd. Thankfully, this delivery was like clockwork. Boy number one arrived first, then our little girl, followed by boy number 2. Fancee is such a good mom, she takes wonderful care of her little ones. This photo was taken shortly after she had her puppies. While puppies get their nourishment, mom gets some much needed rest. Come to think of it, I think I did too. 🙂
Cami had her puppies on September 15th. Cami had one boy and one girl, and I’m glad to say they are all doing well too. I was a little worried about Cami since she is only 4 pounds, and this was her first litter. But she did great. And she took to being a mom right away. It’s quiet something to watch the moms interact with their puppies when they are born. At first I don’t think they understand what’s happening. But as you watch, you can actually see their instincts kick in as they start grooming their little gifts of life.
It was rather comical when I brought Cami and her puppies into the room where Fancee was with her puppies. Once Fancee heard the little noises coming from Cami’s puppies, she shot out of her whelping box and went right in by Cami. She wanted to take care of Cami’s puppies too! She could hardly stand it, not being able to take care of them. But Cami wasn’t having any of it, they were her puppies and she let Fancee know it. So side by side the girls are taking care of their puppies. I think they like the companionship they have, both taking care of puppies at the same time.
Fancee’s puppies are already over two weeks old, boy the time goes fast. Their eyes are open and they are moving around more every day. It won’t be long and we’ll be transferring them over to the play-pen. Cami’s litter won’t be far behind.
© PupJoy – September 21, 2011
We have a new addition to our home…Our Biewer Terrier Stud, Brenden. Isn’t he beautiful!
Brenden has already been in the show ring with his previous owner and has won his IABCA (International All-Breed Canine Association of America) National Baby Championship title. Brenden is an absolutely wonderful boy and we feel he will be a great addition to our breeding program.
Here’s our little “Alvis”. Look how sweet he looks sitting on the chair wondering what mommy is doing with that black thing in her hand (my camera). I had just given Alvis a bath and had to take advantage of the opportunity to get a few nice photos of him. But I had just put his little ponytail in his hair for the first time and he wasn’t sure he wanted to sit still long enough for me to take a pictures of him. He wanted that thing out! But he was a good boy and put up with it long enough for me to get a few nice pictures and then off he went. As soon as his feet hit the ground he rubbed his head over the floor and tried to get it out. It was quite funny to watch. Once he figured out it wasn’t going anywhere, he gave up and went back to find his chewy and forgot all about it.
Alvis is available and looking for his forever home. He has the sweetest personality and the best temperament. He absolutely loves everyone!
You can learn more about our Biewer Terriers on our website, at PupJoy.com