I'm currently editing photos to upload. But, if any of you are calling, please hold off a couple of days. It hurts to talk and I'm losing my voice a bit. Not pleasant.
However! Pups are doing great after their Parvo shot! They're a lot bouncier today (they slept most of yesterday) and are feeling up to snuff. No adverse reactions - no fevers, no lethargy.. not that I expected it, but you never know!
For those planning pick ups next month - remember they were born 3/17/18. The soonest they can leave is 8 weeks legally. That means 8 entire weeks, not 7 weeks and 6 days. Plus, we want good, well-adjusted, socialized pups, so rushing them isn't a good thing. You'll have your baby its entire life, you can wait a week. ;) Also, waiting until 12 weeks isn't going to work for them or me. Plan ahead folks! I'm easy to work with, but c'mon...
I will likely be doing a trip to Ellensburg area for a client, because I'm just that awesome, so if you want to save yourself some time and travel, I'd be more than happy to meet you there for a pick up. If enough of you choose to meet there on that day, I won't even charge you all gas money (but, bribing me with tacos is always accepted). Remember that's a 3+ hour drive for me one way, then I have 3+ hours to get home. That's 6+ hours of time dedicated to driving up, plus any time actually being there waiting for you, etc. This is an entire day spent on this, so I'll only do it once.
For those coming all the way out, you're welcome to meet at my house, or in Spokane area since it will save you about an hours drive and I go into Spokane area for shopping and visiting my horses anyway. No gas charge for that. But, do start planning on pick up! I have 7 to schedule, so I won't be able to clone myself to meet two people in two locations at once. Also... I do have a small life, and if you want to pick up on a weekend, I need to know in advance. I really don't make plans while I have a litter of pups here, but I do sometimes get pulled into things. ;)