BOB Intermediate!


Today, at Swedish Sighthound Club’s show in Munka Ljungby Beverly Glitzerflitzer, Heidi, won intermediate class and was placed BB-4. She also won BOB intermediate. 🧡🍾🥂 Unfortunately we couldn’t stay for the finals.
Huge thank you to the judge Krah-Heiermann Ingrid, DE, for appreciating our girl and to Anna Å. for saving my handler’s outfit!😘

Today’s training goal accomplished


Today’s training goal accomplished: car ride ✔️ new environment ✔️. We visited a dog park close to our home today and the little ones got to travel by car for 2 times 5 minutes. They also experienced new environment they liked a lot.

Today’s moments

Little babies from star litter are now 11 weeks old. Above are pictures of the four of them (2 will move to their new homes in the middle of September and 2 stays with us). Enjoy!

Sometimes things don’t go according to the plan but as long as you follow your heart everything will be just fine

This little girl has a very special place in my heart. Her birth was a bit dramatic.

After the birth of No.8 at 09.15 am I thought that that was it. Oonah layed down and fell asleep with all eight puppies at her breasts. At 10.15 she started to get contractions again and at 11.15 still no puppy was born. At this time, when one contraction came, I could see the amniotic sac but as fast as it came it disappeared inside again. Contractions continued for 15 more minutes but no puppy at site. During one of the following contractions water sprayed out of Oonah but still no puppy.

After talking with our vet we decided to take in Oonah to see if the puppy was laying in the wrong position. At this time I seriously thought that next puppy would be stillborn. But by the time my father, all puppies, Oonah and me arrived to the vet (10 minutes from our home) this beautiful girl was crawling around behind Oonah in the boot of my car. No.9 was born approximately 11.45.

Words can’t describe what I felt the first moment I saw her. She just is very special to me. ❤️ At this video she is going on the leash for the second time in her life.

That time when you wish your day was 48 hours long

This period in the breeder’s life, when puppies are 5-8 weeks old, is the busiest period. Not only do we need to clean the puppy pen constantly, we also need to do a lot of “fika” with our future puppy owners and all other family and friends that would like to visit and cuddle with the little ones.

Add to that that we still are trying to post pictures and posts so that all of you can read and see what is happening and we are left with almost no time for answering emails. I apologise for that.