Weekly Photo Challenge: One–Point of View

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My Post is going to be on one subject.  Actually on several subjects because they are from the same litter. That is going to be my one point of view.

My wife and I rescued  this litter after their mother could no longer take care of them. They were the cutest little guys and gals. Keeping them in our motor home was quite a chore, until they were old enough to find them good homes. They would cry all times of the night, that made it hard for us to get much sleep. It was to cold to keep them penned up outside.

They were like any other kind of baby, you had to constantly clean up after them. Thank God we had tile floors and that made it easier to clean up. We had to get a couple of baby bottles in order to feed them. they were only about a week old when we rescued them. We took them to the Vet had them checked out and give them all there puppy shots.

It was sad to see them all gone, we even thought of keeping at least one of them. We kept them until they were five weeks old.  My wife would have a half a dozen dogs if we had the property for them.

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This one we thought about keeping.

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This is another one we thought we might want to keep, it was hard giving them all up. We loved them while they were with us.

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All photos were shot when they were about four weeks old. The puppies are Blue (Heelers) or something like that.

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7 thoughts on “Weekly Photo Challenge: One–Point of View

    • This last one we got, was in our friends back yard when we were staying at her house in our motor home. The next door lady yelled across the fence and said, “Mr. can you come get this dog out from under my lounge,” I went right over because I could see that she was frightened of dogs. It was just a little black puppy and was as scared as the lady was. I picked the puppy up by the back of the neck and took her out side of the lady’s yard. put her down and she followed me home Nancy brought her right in the m/h. She is a little over a year old now and she gets so excited when she sees me in the mornings. Sorry this is so long but that is the truth and I’ sticking to it. Happy New Year

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