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February 2012 Litter Information:

 

 

HOPE / James

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 Litter ID:

 K-HJ_2012

 FDSB Litter #:

 93064

 Whelp Date:

 February 8, 2012

 Take Home:

 March 28, 2012

 Litter Count:

 5 males / 3 females

 

         X          Sir James of Galloway

Dam: Hickory's Hunting with HOPE

Call Name:   "HOPE"

Whelped: January 18, 2008

Coloring: Tri-chestnut

Bloodlines: "Hunting with Hank" Bondhu

FDSB #: 1601122

Hips: OFA Good

OFA #: ES-8162G26F-VPI

Owner:  Hickory Hollow Llewellins

Sire:  Sir James of Galloway 

Call Name:  "Jimmy" or "Jimmy Jam"

Whelped: March 9, 2006

Coloring: TRI: White/Black/Tan

Bloodlines:  Bondhu

FDSB #: 1626449

Hips: OFA Excellent

OFA #: ES-8441E60M-VPI

Owner:  Richard Patterson

Breeding: We are so very excited to bring your our first truly "line bred" litter from Hickory Hollow bloodlines.  Their pedigrees show common ancestry starting at the level of the grandparents.  

 

Check out this litter's PEDIGREE.

 

Protocol: These pups will be raised in our home and spoiled rotten on a daily basis with multiple doses of cuddles, hugs and kisses. These pups will be well socialized by the time they are taken to their new homes and will be accustomed to strange noises and other animals including both dogs and cats.  The pups will be wormed weekly from weeks 2 through 6 and will be ready for their new homes at 7 weeks of age.

 

Pricing: $800 each (male or female)

 

 

 

 

 

Reservation Status:  

 
 

HOPE James

2012

Male or Female

Reservations

(secured by deposit)

Deposit Received

Puppy Reserved

1st male McDonald (IA) 09/22/11 Kenji
2nd female Muxlow (MI) 10/20/11 Kasha
3rd male Smith (NJ) 10/20/11 Keaton
4th either Bell (IA) 01/07/12 Kelso
5th female Taylor (AZ) 01/10/12 Krystal
6th either Nash (IL) 01/27/12 Kindle
7th either Bell (IA) n/a Kaplan
8th either

Froslan (WA)

n/a Kinnick

 

 

 

 

 

 

The Pups:

P U P P I E S

Status:

Puppy #:
(according to birth order)

1

2

3

4

Call Name:

Kaplan

Kasha

Keaton

Kelso

Gender: Male Female Male Male
Time of Birth: 6:30 am 7:00 am 8:10 am 8:50 am
Birth Weight: 1 lb, 0.9 oz 14.9 oz 15.8 oz 15.5 oz
Most Resembles: Father Father Father Mother
Ticking: Moderate/Heavy Moderate/Heavy Moderate Light/Moderate
Color: Tri-Color Tri-Color Tri-Chestnut Tri-Chestnut
Markings:

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Birth

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Kasha-at birth

Keaton-at birth

Kelso-at birth

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Kelso-at birth

Week 1

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Week 2

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Week 3

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Week 4

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Week 5

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Week 6

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P U P P I E S

Status:

Puppy #:
(according to birth order)

5

6

7

8

Call Name:

Kenji

Kindle

Kinnick

Krystal

Gender: Male Female Male Female
Time of Birth: 9:15 am 10:10 am 11:30 am 1:27 pm
Birth Weight: 15.6 oz 13.9 oz 14.1 oz 14.7 oz
Most Resembles: Mother    Father Mother Father
Ticking: Moderate Moderate Light/Moderate Moderate
Color: Tri-Color Tri-Chestnut Tri-Chestnut Tri-Chestnut
Markings:

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Birth

Kenji- at birth

Kindle-at birth

Kinnick-at birth

Krystal-at birth

Kenji- at birth

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Kinnick-at birth

Krystal-at birth

Week 1

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Week 2

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Week 3

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Week 4

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Week 5

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Week 6

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Week 7

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Miscellaneous Photos - Birth Week (Click on the small photo to supersize it, hold mouse over small photo for caption)

Litter K Keaton First four Litter K pups First four Litter K pups First four Litter K pups

And then there were five Litter K pups And then six! Kindle is born And then there were seven, is there another one on the way? Seven puppies nursing
Kasha at the milk bar Kinnick snuggles momma Little snugglers Warming up on the Therma-Whelp warming tray Kasha sandwhiched between her brothers
Kindle Kinnick Keeping warm on the Therma-Whelp warming tray

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Just look at that tail on Kasha! What a bird dog she is going to be!
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Miscellaneous Photos - Week 1 (Click on the small photo to supersize it, hold mouse over small photo for caption)

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Miscellaneous Photos - Week 2 (Click on the small photo to supersize it, hold mouse over small photo for caption)

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Video Clips:  (Click on the thumbnail to view the video clip in a separate window on YouTube)

"Kindle" (Puppy #6) Being Born

February 8, 2012

"Kinnick" (Puppy #7) Being Born

February 8, 2012

"Litter K" on their Birthday

February 8, 2012

The Scratch Reflex

February 10, 2012

First Steps

February 19, 2012

Draining the Milkbar

February 24, 2012

First Playtime

February 26, 2012

First Cereal

March 3, 2012

Checking Out The Puppy Cottage

March 6, 2012

     

First Playdate Outdoors

March 10, 2012

Jimmy's Meets Son

March 11, 2012

Doggy Door to Play Yard

March 18, 2012

     

Kaplan and Blankie

March 13, 2012

Jimmy Puppy Daddy

March 11, 2012

Kasha and Broom

March 13, 2012

 

Snapshots from the LIVE Puppy Cam:  (Click on the thumbnail to supersize, hold mouse over photo for caption)

Litter K: 2012-02-09 09:32:41 pm LitterK: 2012-02-09 3:14:30 pm
Litter K: 2012-02-24_12:03:08 pm
       

 

Puppy Profiles

Kaplan
 
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This big guy is truly a real sweetheart, not only does he look like his daddy James, but he has the most laid back and docile personality to match.  He is somewhat independent and is not afraid to venture out and seek new nooks and crannies in the Puppy Cottage, but he is usually the first to crash after playtime. During play, he will sit back and watch the others wrestle and pounce, just waiting for the right time to join the fun. He was interested when presented with the wing and readily followed it ready to pounce. He does not mind being placed on his back and will lay content cuddled in your arms. Right now he is quite the chow hound and will be the first one on top of or in the middle of the food bowl trying to get every last morsel away from his siblings. He is quite the chewer and digger during play.

   

Kasha
 
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This is one little snazzy pup! She is quite the little "go getter", very agile and quick and has displayed alpha characteristics while sparring with her brother Kenji. Those two seem to go at it the most over any of the other pups. They both stand tall and rigid with their tails high until one or the other pounces. She does not like him putting her on her back and has quite the growl when he tries.  She is a very curious pup and seeks out things that catch her eye. She is very reactive to human voice and responds to human interaction by coming closer, leaning into you and sticking her nose out for a quick lick on your nose.  She will listen intently to your voice and then react with a head jerk or a paw on your nose and listen again. She showed her natural hunting instincts and put on a pretty point when presented with the wing.
   

Keaton
 
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Keaton is one of my most favorite pups in this litter. Not only is he very handsome (IMO) but he has the softest and sweetest personality to go along with it.  He is reactive to your voice and loves being a "lap" dog, rubbed and petted and cuddled on his back. He loves to explore and is not afraid to venture out on his own, however he does check in frequently and returns to my lap for more affection. He is very playful and energetic; he is neither a bully or the one that is picked on and is very even keeled. He is not disturbed by loud noises any longer, thanks to my frequent "percussion sessions" in the Puppy Cottage and is unphased by noises that still sometimes startle the other pups.
   

Kelso
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Kelso is an attention seeker, he loves to play and get into things, but he frequently checks back in with me for love and affection.  When I am bombarded with several puppies all seeking attention from me at once, he gets frustrated and lets out a grunt in dissatisfaction for not being the center of my attention. He loves to be near you, to be held and rubbed and cuddled.  He is also very energetic and into things. He's not afraid to explore on his own and has been known to disappear into the corner behind the water heater. He was curious when presented with the wing, but was quickly distracted by something else and changed course.
   

Kenji
 
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Kenji is a ball of energy and is usually found sparring with his sister Kasha. He displays alpha characteristics when sparring with her, getting all rigid with his tail held high. They tend to circle each other waiting for the other one to pounce.  He is usually not caught on the bottom and is rarely pinned by any of the pups.  He is full of curiosity and readily explores his surroundings away from the other pups.  He is reactive to your voice and listens intently, looking quizically like he wished he could understand what you are saying to him.  
   

Kindle
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Kindle is the other pup in this litter that melts my heart, especially when she looks at you with her soft little doe eyes. She has a very mild temperament and is as sweet as candy. She is a happy-go-lucky girl and everything she does, she does with a "smile" (tail wag and skip in her step). She prances when she plays and is full of energy and cuteness.  She was very curious when presented with the wing and readily stalked it and paused for a quick point before approaching it softly. She is not frightened by loud or sudden noises, rather takes an interest in them seeking out the source of the noise.
   

Kinnick
 
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Kinnick is another pup which is a ball of energy. He has a happy-go-lucky personality and is into everything. His curiosity gets the best of him and he will go wherever and do whatever it takes to satisfy that urge.  He is a "people" dog and loves attention and affection and to be a lap dog, however he is just as happy exploring too. He gets along well with all his siblings and is not a bully, nor is he one to be picked on as he will stand his ground. He was interested in the wing and readily stalked it wondering what it was all about.
   

Krystal
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Krystal is quite the little character. She is full of energy and walks with a prance in her step and has a happy attitude.  She loves to hear your voice and listens intently and sometimes responds with a head nod or a paw in the air. She loves to bug run in circles around you when you sit down on the floor with her, darting and dashing in zig zag patterns, spinning and twirling in circles. It's quite the hoot to watch.  She gets along well with her siblings and does not appear to be an alpha personality, she is very even keeled.
   

 

PUPDATES - Web Log (Litter K):  (from most recent at top)

 

 

 

Week 7

03/28/12

Well, the "go home" week has finally arrived and I know that all of you who are coming to get pups are very excited! In prepration for "flying the coop", two of the pups, Keaton and Krystal, took their first trip to the vet to get their Health Certificates so that they can fly to their new homes. Most of the pups are leaving within the next couple days, with three going home this Saturday. Needless to say, I will miss the little pupper doodles so very much, but they are really ready to get out of here and experience something much more exciting than the playpen and play yard at Hickory Hollow.  Once again, the pups in this litter are all going to top notch new homes and I'm truly excited for the new lives that lay ahead for these little darlings!   

I had one new puppy parent e-mail me and ask if there was a way to get in touch with other Litter K puppy parents, so I wanted to pose the question if I can share e-mail adresses with the group so you can all correspond through e-mail if you want. Of course, there's always Facebook for posting photos, video and puppy updates where we can all enjoy them. Send me a quick note if you want to be in on the e-mail distribution and "like" Hickory Hollow Llewellin Setters on Facebook to add our pupdates to your newsfeed. Then you'll never be out of the loop! 
 

This week's milestone: Pups go home.
This is the week that all the puppies will fly the coop and begin their exciting new lives with their new families. While I will miss them, I am so excited for them and for all the adventures they will have.
 

Week 6

03/25/12

Well, Kinnick was the first to fly the coop today, a mere three days early. His new dad had stuff going on the next few weekends so this one was the only one that worked for him to pick up his pup.  Kinnick will hopefully someday be an awesome field trial competition dog.  Watch for news about that in a couple years. :0)

It was another beautiful day here in Eastern Iowa, so the pups had another socialization/outdoor play session in our front yard.  A fun young couple, one of which is a co-worker of mine, came out for some puppy love. It's always fun to sit in the middle of the front yard and have puppies literally all over you! We had a great time!
 

03/24/12

Several of the pups were microchipped today.  If you weren't on the list to be done, it's not too late. Contact me asap if you want to have that done, my cost is $40.

Even after a night without momma nursing at 2 am, I had to hand feed a couple of the pups some canned food so that they'd eat, they are just not really interested in the dry Earthborn Puppy food that I'm serving them. I'm afraid that some of you folks will have to continue the weaning process after they go home with you. This just means you may have to mix some canned food in with the dry for a few more days and gradually reduce the canned food until they are on solid dry. I'm not sure why this particular litter is slower with the weaning process, but I have noticed some significant differences with this litter than past ones. These pups are much more laid back at this age than previous litters and are also much quieter. Usually when I go out to feed pups at this age breakfast or dinner they are barking and howling at the top of their lungs until I let them out of the playpen to serve them. I literally have a spare pair of ear plugs out there to wear while I fixing the meal because their shrill barks can be deafening, however this litter just stands up on their hind legs and peers at me over the door without much fuss. I actually kinda like that!
 

03/23/12

I am having to add some canned food back into the mix because the pups are not as enthusiastic about breakfast and dinner now without it. I am giving special attention to Kasha and Kaplan with the canned food to ensure they keep gaining weight.  

The pups had some really fun visitors again last night, my best friend brought her daughter and two grandkids to see the pups and the pups were being so cute and funny during playtime.  Kasha was quite the little hoot while playing with a broom while we were sweeping the floor, so as soon as I noticed how funny she was being I grabbed the video camera and started filming.  I think I captured a few fun moments which I have just posted to YouTube, but I'm afraid I missed the funniest stuff. BUMMER!
 

03/21/12

Today is the first day that the pups will be on solid kibble without any canned food mixed in.  The pups didn't seem to eat as much as they have at breakfast and dinner as they have done in the past. I will be keeping an eye on them to make sure they are eating enough. For now, momma will remain in the Puppy Cottage to nurse them during the night. At six weeks, here's how the pups measure up:

1

Kaplan

7 lbs, 14.0 oz

2

Kasha

6 lbs, 3.0 oz

3

Keaton

7 lbs, 6.5 oz

4

Kelso

6 lbs, 10.5 oz

5

Kenji

7 lbs, 6.5 oz

6

Kindle

5 lbs, 14.0 oz

7

Kinnick

6 lbs, 6.0 oz

8

Krystal

7 lbs, 4.0 oz

 

This week's milestone: Eye color changes from blue to brown.

This week, the puppies eyes will transition from their current baby blues to their final adult color, brown or gold.
 

Week 5

03/18/12 WHEW! Puppy Selection is now complete! I'm sure everyone is finally relieved to know which puppy will be going where, I know I am.  I realize that this has been a somewhat long, drawn out and agonizing time --much more so than usual-- for those farther down the list, but we made it through so thanks for hanging in there. On a happier note, the 5 Week Portraits have now been posted and I am working on uploading a few videos, one of Jimmy's visit and meeting his first born son Kaplan, and one of the pups today learning how to use the Doggy Door to enter the play yard from the Puppy Cottage. FUN!
 
03/17/12 Today the pups had more special visitors, the Bell family came to pick out their puppy! We had another gorgeous upper 70s day today, so we took all the pups out in the yard for another play session. The Bell family got right in the middle of the giant play pen and sat with the pups. They had a hard time deciding between Kinnick and Kelso, but Kelso was the one that ended up stealing their hearts.  They say it will now be a hard wait for the next two weeks before they can pick him up, especially for their 11 year old son, Hunter.
 
03/14/12 Today is the day so many have been waiting for! Puppy Selection week is finally here! I will be contacting each one of the deposit holders to see which puppy they would like and will be answering any questions they may have about each pup. Once a puppy is chosen, their status will change to RESERVED and the reservation list will be updated with the name of the puppy which was chosen. Stay tuned, this is the fun part!
 

This week's milestones: Puppy Socialization / Puppy Selection Week - Pups will belong to a new family!

At the start of this week, the puppies belong to Hickory Hollow, but by the end of the week, they will belong to a new family! Even though they won't know it yet, they will have been spoken for by their new puppy parents and in a couple weeks will get to go to their new homes.

Now that the pups are old enough to have visitors, they will have lots of opportunities for socialization with our big dogs, adults and children. We will also concentrate on acclimating them to noises of all varieties during "percussion sessions" where they will endure rapping on pans, opening and closing of doors, music on the radio, and whatever else I can think of to condition them for life after Hickory Hollow.
 

Week 4

03/13/12

Third Worming  The puppies were wormed again today and they hated it just as much this time as they did the last two times. At least this time I fed them some dinner right afterward to help chase away that icky taste. The pups are now drinking water from the automatic waterer which HOPE  has so graciously taught them to do (monkey see, monkey do). They learn from their momma! Everytime HOPE goes to the waterer to drink, she makes slurpuing noises that cause the pups to come running out of curiosity to see what she's doing. Then they try lapping the water too and end up liking it.  It's a fun process to watch.
 

03/10/12

Today the puppies had special visitors, my sister, Tasha and her family came to see them. My two nieces are very good at helping socialize the puppies and enjoy coming out to help with with each litter. Needless to say they don't mind the task at all. Today was a beautiful day outside, with warm sunshine and temps in the mid-sixties, so we took the pups outside in the front yard to get a taste of the Great Outdoors!  (click on any of the photos to supersize them for easier viewing).

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We took some video and lots of photos during playtime. My sister has a fantastic 18 Megapixel Professional Camera and she offered to take the puppy portraits for this week. We focused on one puppy at a time to try and capture their personality on film. Tasha got down on the ground and propped herself on her elbows in the grass so that she was down at "puppy level", then we took one pup and set him/her out in the yard about 10-15 feet away and called them toward us, trying to get them to run across in front of her an an angle (instead of getting a straight on camera angle).  The pups didn't always cooperate with our preferred angle, so we had quite a few "takes" for each pup, setting them out in the yard and recalling them to us across her field of view. My brother-in-law would take a pup and walk him/her across the yard and talk to them asking if they were ready for their "Glamour Shots"! He's got such a good sense of humor. I was thrilled with the way the photos came out, some are simply stunning as you will see. Tasha did a fantastic job! KUDOS TO MY SISSY FOR our Week 4 Puppy Portraits! Thank You!!

Todd bringing puppies outside from the Puppy Cottage Marissa with Kaplan and Keaton Macey loved Kasha, (named after her mother Tasha). Macey is attacked by puppies! Me with "Jimmy Mini-Me" Kaplan

 

03/07/12

Weaning is going great! The pups are no longer getting a mixture of Gerber Baby Rice Cereal and goat's milk, they have graduated to canned Science Diet Puppy mixed with water.  I add the water so that the canned food will be easier for them to eat, but also to help keep them hydrated since they are not yet drinking water, only momma's milk.  The pups LOVE their dinner and literally step all over each other to get to the bowl. Pretty soon I will have to divvy up the food into two bowls so they can all have a fair chance at it. In the last photo below you can see Krystal really gets into her food, she has it smeared literally from ear to ear!

First Meal in the puppy cottage Momma HOPE observes and waits to clean up the leftovers. Puppies chowing down on dinner The pups step all over each other to get to the food. Krystal with canned food from ear to ear!

Also, I am no longer weighing puppies daily, but I will still weigh them weekly. At four weeks, the pups now weigh:

1

Kaplan

4 lbs, 6.0 oz

2

Kasha

3 lbs, 7.0 oz

3

Keaton

4 lbs, 0.5 oz

4

Kelso

3 lbs, 13.5 oz

5

Kenji

3 lbs, 12.5 oz

6

Kindle

3 lbs, 2.5 oz

7

Kinnick

3 lbs, 11.0 oz

8

Krystal

3 lbs, 11.0 oz

 

This week's milestone: Rough Play

Right now the pups are so sweet and gentle and when they come to see you they are snuggly and want to be held and get some attention. For the most part, they like to crawl into your lap and go to sleep. In a few days, this will all go away and they begin to become little monsters (lovingly referred to of course). They will bite everything they can get their little mouths on including fingers, toes and their favorites... shoelaces! As their little personalities emerge this week, we will be posting puppy personality profiles in preparation for Puppy Selection Week starting next Wednesday.
 

Week 3

03/06/12 Tonight the pups were moved from the whelping box in my home's Puppy Nursery, to our detached facility which I call The Puppy Cottage. At first they weren't sure what to think about all the new smells and surroundings, but they ended up adjusting very quickly  
 
03/04/12

Second Worming This afternoon I went out and readied The Puppy Cottage in anticipation for moving the pups out from the house, cleaning everything, wiping down the walls and preparing the puppy playpen with fresh pine shavings. I also turned up the heat in order to get the room at the right temp for the puppies and give the concrete floor a few days to warm up.

The Puppy Playpen - left end with LIVE Puppy Cam The Puppy Cottage The Puppy Play Pen - right end with Automatic Waterer

 

03/03/12

The pups had a BIG day today! First, they were visited by the McDonald family and I was proud to see that the pups were on their very best behavior for our special company. They snuggled contently with the two kids and stole a few hearts. Then, tonight they got to taste their FIRST cereal meal! (I took some video which I will be posting to YouTube very soon!).

The pups are 3 1/2 weeks old now and the weaning process can begin. The pups are hungry all the time and momma HOPE just doesn't have enough milk to keep their bellies full and fat, so the supplemental feedings will help. I usually start the weaning process by feeding the pups a mixture of Gerber Baby Rice Cereal mixed with warm goat's milk. Learning from past mistakes, tonight I fed the pups outside of the whelping box (to help keep it clean), because these first few cereal meals are very messy and the pups tend to get it everywhere!  I laid out a blanket (which can be easily thrown in the wash) on the carpet and put the cereal bowl in the middle. The pups did not object to their new type of meal and snarfled it right up, with Krystal being the funniest one. She stuck her nose down in the feeding pan as far as she could get it and was gobbling up the cereal with gusto, she even stepped into the pan and became covered in cereal. All the pups loved it and the 2 cups of cereal meal was gone in less than 5 minutes. Momma HOPE was allowed to come in and clean up the pan, the surrounding area and the pups faces, which were covered in cereal from ear to ear!  FUN TIMES!
 

03/02/12

Now that the pups can hear fairly well, I was able to use my "clicker" during today's photo session which helps to get the puppies to sit still for their portraits. Since it's a new noise, they stop dead in their tracks to listen intently which is a good thing because it's usually a beeline straight out of my camera's view finder!  So, with the help of Clicker,  I got some really GOOD photos today! I hope you all enjoy them, they are now posted online!

As you can see in the photos, the pups' ticking is starting to come in and is becoming visible on their paws, what a difference a week makes!
 

03/01/12 LOOK OUT, ESCAPEES!! This morning when I went into the nursery to do the daily weigh-ins, HALF the puppies were out of the whelping box and snuggled together in the corner behind the door!! I should've known it would happen soon as the pups are getting around very well on all fours and will soon be running! Needless to say, I installed the half-door on the whelping box to keep all my little "Houdini's" in the box where they belong! Momma HOPE is now standing to nurse, and the pups will sit up on their haunches and reach for the sky. It's so cute!
 
02/29/12

Happy Leap Day!!  Today the pups are 3 weeks old and still growing like little weeds. Their sense of hearing has definitely changed in the past couple days and now they awaken when I enter the room and can be easily startled if I'm not careful.

Here's how the pups measure up at 3 weeks old:

1

Kaplan

3 lbs, 8.5 oz

2

Kasha

2 lbs, 9.0 oz

3

Keaton

3 lbs, 2.5 oz

4

Kelso

3 lbs, 0.0 oz

5

Kenji

2 lbs, 15.5 oz

6

Kindle

2 lbs, 8.5 oz

7

Kinnick

2 lbs, 11.0 oz

8

Krystal

2 lbs, 13.5 oz

 

This week's milestones: Play behavior

I know I say this all the time, but this is my absolute favorite time with the pups. Their eyes and ears are open and they are becoming playful and inquisitive about their surroundings. This week the pups will really start playing with each other, even though I think this litter is a bit ahead of the game as they started some of this behavior in the past few days. They will begin to exhibit play bowing, yipping, pouncing and chewing on each other. Their individual personalities begin to develop and they will begin to do some of their natural doggy behavior for the first time.
 

Week 2

02/26/12

I just took some really cute video of the pups during one of their first play sessions. Check out the video clips section for the new clip titled "First Playtime". Pup Portraits are coming soon! I just need to crop/edit them and get them uploaded.  Pups are cutting teeth now, so they are starting to chew on my fingers and on each other.
 

02/25/12

If any of you were watching the LIVE Puppy Cam around noon today, you were probably delighted by the sight of Gramma Duchess tending to the puppies. She cleaned up after them and nuzzled them and of course they came running to her looking for a milkbar where there was none. Gramma Duchess laid down in the box with the puppies for a brief few minutes and then as quick as she came in, she was gone. She loves the babies and definitely plays the Gramma role well. :0)~

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(Click on the photos to enlarge)
 

02/24/12

First Worming  The puppies were wormed today, for the first time, using an oral medication called D-Worm which is an OTC product containing Pyrantel Pamoate. I use a syringe which allows me to accurately measure the dosage for each pup based on their weight. The company that makes the product recently changed the formula and pups that used to readily lick the medicine and love taking the dosage now shake their heads in "icky" protest and foam at the mouth trying to spit out every disgusting drop. Thanks Farnam Labs,  I appreciate this change very much, and I'm sure the pups do too. :0)~

Speaking of weight, here's how the pups measure up today!

1

Kaplan

2 lbs, 15.0 oz

2

Kasha

2 lbs, 4.5 oz

3

Keaton

2 lbs, 11.0 oz

4

Kelso

2 lbs, 10.0 oz

5

Kenji

2 lbs, 8.5 oz

6

Kindle

2 lbs, 3.0 oz

7

Kinnick

2 lbs, 5.5 oz

8

Krystal

2 lbs, 7.5 oz

I added a new video clip today too which I titled "Draining The Milkbar". If you listen closely, you can hear the pups gulping their milk making little chirping noises. This is the sound they start to make as the milkbar is sucked dry for that meal and they are desparately sucking harder trying to keep the milk flowing. They knead at moma's belly hoping to extract more, but once it's gone, they pop off the nipple and desparately search for another one or try to steal one from a neighbor. So funny!
 

02/23/12

Just last night I was snuggling Kindle on my chest and she was chewing/mouthing her front left arm... wow! I know that is a habit of the breed to chew on their legs and feet, but holy cow is she starting early, LOL! :0)~

All the pups eyes are fully open today too! Their Week 2 Puppy Portraits are going to be so cute, I bet you can hardly wait to see them!!
 

02/22/12

I'm sure most of you have noticed by now (if you're watching the LIVE Puppy Cam) that the pups are up on all fours walking at times and even sitting up instead of laying on their sides all the time. They still scoot across the box on their bellies, but they are getting up more and more frequently.  Now that the pups eyes are open you will begin to notice them interacting with each other more and more and the first signs of play behavior will emerge.

Here's today's eye opening update:

# Pup Right eye Left eye

1

Kaplan

fully open

fully open

2

Kasha

fully open fully open

3

Keaton

fully open 3/4 open

4

Kelso

fully open fully open

5

Kenji

fully open fully open

6

Kindle

fully open fully open

7

Kinnick

fully open fully open

8

Krystal

1/2 open 3/4 open

At two weeks old, here's how the pups measure up:

1

Kaplan

2 lbs, 13.0 oz

2

Kasha

2 lbs, 1.0 oz

3

Keaton

2 lbs, 7.0 oz

4

Kelso

2 lbs, 6.0 oz

5

Kenji

2 lbs, 4.5 oz

6

Kindle

2 lbs, 1.5 oz

7

Kinnick

2 lbs, 3.5 oz

8

Krystal

2 lbs, 5.0 oz

 

This week's milestone:  Cutting Teeth / Ears will open

Now that the puppies eyes are fully or almost fully open, they will begin to see clearer and clearer each day. Supposedly they can only see shadows for the first few days, but pretty soon they will begin to notice me as I come into the nursery and will wander to the edge of the box for some love and attention.  

Just as significant as the eyes opening, the ear canals will deepen this week until they will become completely open and allow the pups to hear crisp noises and not just muffled sounds. Later this week, the pups will be noticeably affected by all the new sounds around them, so we must be very careful for the first few days to introduce them to noises gently and not harshly.
 

Week 1

02/21/12

The pups are getting so big and I've noticed that when HOPE first enters the box and stirs up the pups initially she sits to nurse them until they swarm her and knock her over. I have some video of this I might try to get online today.  

Here's today's eye opening update:

# Pup Right eye Left eye

1

Kaplan

fully open

almost open

2

Kasha

fully open 3/4 open

3

Keaton

3/4 open 1/2 open

4

Kelso

3/4 open 3/4 open

5

Kenji

almost open 3/4 open

6

Kindle

3/4 open 1/2 open

7

Kinnick

fully open fully open

8

Krystal

1/4 open 1/2 open

 

02/20/12

WOW, all I can say is that Kasha is a little "go-getter". It seems like every time I enter the puppy nursery she is "practicing" her walk. With as beautiful as she is, I wonder if she is planning to be a runway model someday and has to get that swank just right, LOL!

Here's today's eye opening update:

# Pup Right eye Left eye

1

Kaplan

3/4 open

3/4 open

2

Kasha

3/4 open 1/2 open

3

Keaton

1/2 open 1/4 open

4

Kelso

1/2 open 1/2 open

5

Kenji

3/4 open 1/2 open

6

Kindle

1/4 open 1/4 open

7

Kinnick

fully open 3/4 open

8

Krystal

starting 1/8 open

 

02/19/12

It's amazing how fast the puppies are changing at this age, because if you blink, you can easily miss the "very first time" the pups have done something.  For instance, they are now up on all fours and walking, even before their eyes are open! (see new video clip: First Steps) They are now pooping on their own, whereas before momma had to stimulate them to potty. Their eyes are opening and as promised I would give an "eye opening update", so here is today's report:

# Pup Right eye Left eye Photo

1

Kaplan

1/2 open

1/2 open

Eyes partially open

2

Kasha

1/2 open starting

3

Keaton

1/2 open starting

4

Kelso

1/4 open 1/4 open

5

Kenji

1/2 open 1/4 open

6

Kindle

starting starting

7

Kinnick

3/4 open 1/2 open

8

Krystal

starting starting

 

02/17/12

In honor of Valentine's Week, I've done something special as I mentioned earlier... This week's puppy portraits are themed with Valentine's Day flair.  Hope you enjoy!

Can you resist this box of chocolate?
 

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Kinnick-1week

Keaton-1week

Kelso-1week

 

02/16/12

Today as I was weighing the pups I noticed that the little pink noses they had at birth are now spotted with freckles as well as their little tummies. Their hair is very thin on their bellies, so the spots are easily noticed. These spots on their tummies as well as their backs will someday grow colored hair which will make their coat "ticked".
(see photos below)

Pink noses are turning freckled

pink bellies are turning freckled

When I do the Super Dog exercises, that ritual also gives me the opportunity to look the pups over real well and check them for skin conditions and monitor the healing process for their dew claws.  As I mentioned for Week 1, the milestone is that the pups eyes will be opening very soon, in fact I've noticed that the crease between their upper and lower lids is deepening and will be cracking open soon.

 

02/15/12

The pups are growing like weeds, and still gaining at least 1.5 to 2 ounces each 24 hour period.  Here's how the pups measure up after one week of life:

1

Kaplan

1 lb, 14.0 oz

2

Kasha

1 lb, 6.3 oz

3

Keaton

1 lb, 10.6 oz

4

Kelso

1 lb, 10.6 oz

5

Kenji

1 lb, 8.5 oz

6

Kindle

1 lb, 7.1 oz

7

Kinnick

1 lb, 8.0 oz

8

Krystal

1 lb, 9.0 oz

 

This week's developmental milestone: Eyes will open!

This week the pups have an exciting milestone to "look" forward to, their eyes will open and then their little faces will take on a whole new dimension. Usually the process starts at about 10 days after birth and for most pups, the timeframe from start to finish will be relatively the same, but we will provide an "eye opening update" each day so you can follow along.  
 

Birth Week

02/14/12

HAPPY VALENTINES DAY! In honor of Valentine's Day this week, I've got something extra special planned so stay tuned!

Puppies are doing great and growing like little weeds! They are all healthy and strong and some are even getting up off their bellies already. Their individual personalities are already starting to show and I can tell you that Kinnick is the biggest complainer of all the pups. He always seems to be the one that has the most to say, so far... HOPE is still being a very diligent and protective momma. Benelli (her daughter from "Litter I") is very curious about the noises and smells coming from the puppy nursery, so there are many times you can catch her standing outside the door with a cocked ear listening intently. When the door opens, she peaks in and tries to catch a glimpse, but if her momma HOPE catches her, she gets a very stern stare with an evil eye as if to say "Stop right there and don't come any closer or else!"  Benelli does not dare challenge her mother! Pack dynamics are so fun to observe!

 

02/11/12

Today we started the Super Dog program, (read about it) whereby we perform different neurological stimulation exercises each day between the ages of 3 to 16 days to help boost the dog's performance later in life. Also, the pup's dewclaws were removed today and I'm happy to report at this morning's weigh-in, all the pups are steadily gaining weight! Here's how they measure up today:

1

Kaplan

1 lb, 4.8 oz

2

Kasha

1 lb, 0.8 oz

3

Keaton

1 lb, 3.4 oz

4

Kelso

1 lb, 2.2 oz

5

Kenji

1 lb, 2.2 oz

6

Kindle

1 lb, 1.2 oz

7

Kinnick

1 lb, 2.2 oz

8

Krystal

1 lb, 2.0 oz

I just posted some miscellaneous litter photos from the birth week. Most of them are also on Facebook, but there are a few here that aren't on there. I've got to leave something special for my website, right?

 

02/10/12

WOW, it's been a whirlwind since the "Litter K" wigglers have been born.  I've been weighing them twice per day as a few of the pups actually lost weight since birth.  The pups should gain at least one ounce or more in a 24 hour period. Last night I felt I needed to bottle feed the ones that lost weight or didn't gain enough, at this age they can go downhill so quickly that I didn't want to take a chance with them. I used Pro-Biolac which is a powdered milk replacer for puppies that is reconstituted with warm water. I fed them out of a regular human baby bottle using a Stage 1 nipple, however the thick milk kept clogging the hole, so I had to switch to a Stage 2 nipple part way through. The pups don't take to the artificial nipple very easily because it's made of hard rubber and it's difficult for them to latch on because it doesn't mold to their mouths like momma's natural nipples do. Bottle feeding these tiny babies takes persistance and patience, but eventually they usually take to it and start suckling vigorously. Once they realize that it's GOOD STUFF, their bodies get rigid and they start suckling like they are in a pie eating contest, shoveling it down as fast as they can go.  I have to be very careful not to let them overeat and get a bad gut ache or worse.

I just posted the Birth Week puppy portraits and a couple more videos. By the way, I created a new "channel" for Hickory Hollow puppy videos on YouTube, our channel name is HickoryHollowLlews: (http://www.youtube.com/user/HickoryHollowLlews?feature=mhee) . Feel free to subscribe to our feed so you won't miss our videos. Of course I will also post links to the videos on this page and on our Facebook page.
 

02/08/12

PUPPIES ARE COMING!
 

Throughout the night I monitored HOPE's temp and it is still above the red line, however at about 5 am she wanted outside to go potty, and was frantically running around the house, she kept going into and out of her kennel and was whining. I assumed puppies were coming, even though I had not seen the textbook temperature drop that I was expecting, sure enough, she started having contractions around 6 am and the first pup was born at 6:30.

 

6:30 am

1st pup

male

Tri-color (white/black/tan)

1 lb, 0.9 oz

 

7:00 am

2nd pup

female

Tri-color (white/black/tan)

14.9 oz

 

8:10 am

3rd pup

male

Tri-chestnut (white/chestnut/tan)

15.8 oz

 

8:50 am

4th pup

male

Tri-chestnut (white/chestnut/tan)

15.5 oz

 

9:15 am

5th pup

male

Tri-color (white/black/tan)

15.6 oz

 

10:10 am

6th pup

female

Tri-chestnut (white/chestnut/tan)

13.9 oz

 

11:30 am

7th pup

male

Tri-chestnut (white/chestnut/tan)

14.1 oz

 

1:27 pm

8th pup

female

Tri-chestnut (white/chestnut/tan)

14.7 oz

 


Several photos have been posted to our
Hickory Hollow Llewellins facebook page. They will eventually be posted on this page as well, but that will take me a while to get that done. Facebook makes it so easy. I have also uploaded a video (more to come) to YouTube and have embedded them in the Video Clips section of this page. 

I'm doing something a little different with the videos for this litter, I got a new HD video camera and I've decided to post the videos on YouTube instead of on our site using QuickTime. I'm hoping this new option will allow me to provide better quality videos for everyone to enjoy.  
 

    
Tuesday, February 7th, 2012
 

Tonight HOPE refused dinner for the second night in a row and she is acting like she's going into labor with heavy breathing and restlessness.  I keep taking her temperature every hour or so to monitor the situation. Her temp is registering right at the red line or 98.4 and hovering just above it. Usually when the temp drops, it goes  well below the red line into the 97 degree mark, but hers has not. I will continue to moniter her throughout the night tonight and get the nursery ready for puppies, just to be sure. 
 

Sunday, February 5th, 2012
 

HOPE's x-ray is scheduled for Thursday February 9th @ 2:40 pm. Then we will have an official pup count so that I will be ready on whelping day.

Puppies are really squirming around in her belly now and are very easy to see. I measured her waist tonight and she measures a huge 31"!! 

Time is drawing near since we are in the final week of HOPE's pregnancy. I am taking her temp every morning and night watching for the tell-tale temp drop that indicates ...whelping will begin soon. Today is day 58 of gestation, pups can be born at any time now and chances of survival are really good. If born before day 58, the chances of survival are greatly reduced, however between day 58 and 63 is ideal. HOPE has had a track record of delivering close to or on day 63. Stay tuned...  
 

Sunday, February 5th, 2012
 

Well, we are in the final week of HOPE's pregnancy, so we are officially in the final countdown.  HOPE is now nesting, her milk has come in and she's showing signs that whelping is near. You can now see the puppies moving around in her belly and when she lays on her back, you can see her belly swirling with puppy movement. The pups seem to be the most active in the evening.  HOPE is still carrying the puppies very high in her belly and you can feel them moving when you lay your hand on her. I have felt puppies up as high as underneath her ribcage, no wonder there's not a whole lot of room for food in her tummy.  I hope to take her to the vet this week for an x-ray to get a final puppy count, but I would venture to guess that we have more than four puppies in that big 'ol belly of hers!    
 

Friday, January 27th, 2012
 

HOPE is doing great and is expanding like a balloon. Today we have started to feed her twice her normal daily ration, half in the morning and half in the evening because her stomach doesn't have enough room to hold it all at once due to the growning puppies in her belly.  
 

Monday, January 16th, 2012
 

Hey everybody, sorry it's been a while between posts but there hasn't been much to report lately.  HOPE is coming along nicely and is now starting to "show" her pregnancy as her belly is expanding which causes her tummy hair to point out in funny directions instead of laying flat, LOL!  She is now being fed about 1 1/2 times her normal daily ration since she's now feeding more than just herself.  

I received an e-mail recently where one of our viewers asked when the LIVE Puppy Cam would be available and how to access it, so I wanted to share this information with the rest of our followers. The LIVE puppy cam will go online shortly after the puppies are born and the page can be accessed by a huge link at the top of this page and also from our Home page. I've just added a "place holder" graphic in the spot where the live link will go. Believe me, you won't miss it!!   
 

Saturday, January 7th, 2012
 

GOOD NEWS!! Today's ultrasound showed that HOPE is definitely expecting a litter of puppies in 5 weeks! "Litter K" is due on Saturday February 11th.  The vet said that she saw at least 4 puppies but her "guesstimates" have always been on the low side so we are hoping for more than that. We will probably do an x-ray in about 4 weeks to get an exact head count. The ultrasound machine printed some photos from today's procedure and the vet gave them to me so I have shared them with you below. ENJOY! :0)~  

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Wednesday, January 4th, 2012
 

The time is near to find out whether or not HOPE and Jimmy are expecting.  I have an appointment scheduled this Saturday (Jan 7th) for a pregnancy ultrasound.  I will post right away after returning from the veterinary appointment whether or not we will have puppies in February. Stay tuned!  
 

Sunday, December 18th, 2011
 

We are heading back to Iowa today. HOPE readily jumped in the truck and snuggled into her travel bed for the 5 hour journey. She seemed content to leave her playmate behind and get back to Hickory Hollow.  Now we wait for about 4 weeks until we can perform an ultrasound to determine if HOPE and Jimmy will become parents! Stay tuned! 
 

Saturday, December 17th, 2011
 

We traveled back to KC today to get HOPE.  Jimmy's dad indicated that HOPE knew we were coming for her today as she had been waiting anxiously by the doorway and looking out the window for most of the day. Needless to say she was glad to see us when we arrived and barely left my side for the rest of the evening. Jimmy's dad said that HOPE was wonderfully behaved during her week-long "vacation" and that Jimmy had really enjoyed her company. I'm sure Jimmy and his family will be sorry to see HOPE go. 
 

Sunday, December 11th, 2011
 

We've decided to leave HOPE with Jimmy for the week and come back to KC to get her the following weekend. We thought it best to try and allow for good timing between breedings and thus Jimmy's gracious parents and hosts agreed to keep HOPE for the week.
 

Saturday, December 10th, 2011
 

Today HOPE and I, along with a welcome guest, traveled to Kansas City to meet Jimmy. Since Jimmy had once been a part of the Hickory Hollow Llew Crew, HOPE and Jimmy were like reuniting two peas in a pod! HOPE was always Jimmy's favorite girl and they played and got reaquainted rather quickly. It was like old times, but it certainly didn't hurt that HOPE smelled really good to Jimmy too.  We had our first breeding within an hour of arriving at Jimmy's place.  
 

Friday, December 2nd, 2011
 

HOPE is currently in heat and appears to have just started her cycle. We are planning to breed her to James on December 10, 12 and 14 because we specifically want to target days 8, 10, and 12 of her cycle. The theory is that if you breed on day 8, the litter may contain more female pups, also if you breed on day 12, the litter count may be higher. We've tried this before and the theory seems to hold true.
 

Pedigree:

  Litter "K" Pedigree - Hickory's Hunting with HOPE x Sir James of Galloway

Parents

Grand Parents

3rd Generation

4th Generation

5th Generation

Sir James of Galloway
    1626449

Sir James of Galloway

Mickey Aces Flush
    1539999
Eastfork's Count Toby
    1519139
Awbonnie's Bull
    1301328
Assrah Wily 1293321
Bondhu Tiny 1268306
Chappy's Little Ginger
    1467564
Chappy's Buster Bondhu 1402455
Chappy's Susie Bondhu 1323599
Windem Grouse Lady
    1533282
Dashing Windem Sam
    1510633
Dashing Iron Ike  1456148
Wind'em Babe  1430809
Chappy's Little Peg
    1467565
Dashing Iron Mike  1386582
Bob's Dashing Maggie  1363828

Precious Little Ann
    1581717

Bud Deuce Bondhu
      1470724
Dashing Ringold Bondhu
    1344000
Dashing Will Bondhu  1252053
Dashing Babette Bondhu 1171705
Dashing Bluelyn Windem
    1435815
Ozark Chunker Bondhu  1382664
Dashing Tonette Bondhu
Rachael's Pepper Lyles
    1505648
Straight Creek Spot
    1495493
Jack's Highstyle Bondhu  1408008
Straight Creek Cricket  1430803
Bob's Dashing Maggie
    1363828
Count John OfAvon  1344347
Straight Creek Dottie  1298364

Hickory's Hunting with HOPE   1601122

Sillman's Hank Boy
    1519425

* * HANK * *

Henry PrinceOf Pause
    1418013

Irishking Bondhu Ashly
    1344011
Machad Ambassador  1164918
Bickers Bondhu Ann  1226855
Dashing Janette Bondhu
    1252137
Dashing Ringo Bondhu  1061838
Dashing Setette Bondhu 1137664
Chris Blue Babe
    1472747
King's Bomber III
    1364461
King's Bomber II  1326133
King's Gladstone Dinky  1324678
King's Gladstone Moll
    1400597
King's Tony O  1289428
King's Royal Alicelle  1289511
Duchess of Adena
    1537270
Eastfork's Count Toby
    1519139
Awbonnie's Bull
    1301328
Assrah Wily 1293321
Bondhu Tiny 1268306
Chappy's Little Ginger
    1467564
Chappy's Buster Bondhu 1402455
Chappy's Susie Bondhu 1323599
Windem Grouse Lady
    1533282
Dashing Windem Sam
    1510633
Dashing Iron Ike  1456148
Wind'em Babe  1430809
Chappy's Little Peg
    1467565
Dashing Iron Mike  1386582
Bob's Dashing Maggie  1363828

 

 


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