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    Last Stacked shots for 3 of the pups

    Well it is now time to take the last stacked shots of Light Yellow, Dark Blue and Green. Ajax of course you will get to see a lot of. They all decided to give me a very easy time with stacking and did very well as far as I am concerned. So here is the boys for the last time all stacked and looking handsome.

    Dark Blue who is now 17 1/2 LBS







    Green who is now 18LBS







    Ajax(Light Blue) who is now 20 1/2 LBS





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    Mellow Yellow who is now 17 1/2 LBS







    As you can see they are all having their ears attempting to stay in one way or another. lol I hope you have enjoyed watching these boys grow up. I will attepmt to update you as often as I can.
    Nicole & Sheena & Puppies

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    They are all so Gorgeous!! It is gonna be so hard to see them go, but you have done such a fabulous job, and it has been such a joy to watch them grow up!!
    Maggie,

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    They are all so cute, but somehow Dark Blue seems to be my favorite.
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    Casey.Ginger.Corey.Mandy.Sassy.Lacey.Angel.Missy

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    Aaah *Sigh* Can I have Mr. Mellow Yellow? We just need to make sure he doesn't grow anymore so my landlord doesn't get upset.

    Thank you Wolf_Q!

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    Dark Blue is now gone. he is in the air flying to his new family. Saying goodbye to him this morning was soooo hard. I took some last minute videos and pictures of course and tons of cuddles. I miss him a ton already. So now I am down to 3. I wonder if this will ever get any easier? I doubt it though. I just get WAY too attached. I can't love them only a little knowing they will be going some day. I have to love them all with my whole heart. It is just who I am.
    Nicole & Sheena & Puppies

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    Aw, Nicole, I am sorry to hear you are so sad about this. IT must be very tough. Your pups are all gorgeous by the way.

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    Letting go

    I just don't think I could do a foster or breeding thing without having the same feeling you seem to be having. I tried to host a foster kitten, waiting for Christmas time to give a little black barn cat to a friend, for her hubby's present. Lucy, the barn cat now lives with me.

    I think as time passes, you will be ok with it. When the new pupster parents let you see how they are progressing, I think you will be ok with the transfer.

    Nicole, I think the fact that you care so darn much for the puppies, is one of the reasons they are so perfect - crate trained etc. etc. You took so much time with them, and it shows. The new parents will have a much easier time of it since you did most of the leg work.

    Good job! I wish I could scoop up all the puppies and bring them back to you for a quick visit.

    Hey, imagine having all of the puppies, grown and in your yard, house etc. It would be fun for oh, about a day. Way too many dogs for one family! Think of it as one big SHARE with the other parents.

    And what about your new little one on the way? How are you feeling? Are you ready for the big day?

    Once you transfer the last pupster, you can concentrate on your health and new life with one more baby! How nice.

    We will all miss the puppies. Sometimes the photos and postings were the highlights of my day. Silly, aren't I?

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    Thanks all.

    UPDATE: I just heard back from Dark Blues new dad and he arrived safe and sound. Didn't potty in his crate the entire time he was in it which was 4 1/2 - 5 hours. Even during the plane ride. He was not the least bit stressed when he got out of his crate unless you count REALLY needing to potty. First thing he did. He is now happy as a clam and loving up to his new people. So I can breath a sigh of relief that he is now safe and sound. I still miss him but it is nice to know he is happy and safe.

    I am doing ok. the doctors are worried that I might not make it to term. The baby is very low and with a few other problems they are not sure. So all I can do is follow their orders and stay off my feet. That is why it is a good thing the pups are all headed home this weekend. Much less work for me during the day just caring for one.
    Nicole & Sheena & Puppies

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