Monday, March 29, 2010

New Queensland Heeler Puppies. We Scored

"Doggie D. A." Translated: Dog-gone Adorable!

""PUPPIES! DID YOU SAY PUPPIES?" " I LOVE THOSE ADORABLE SPOTTED CREATURES!" Yes, I do and so far three.. My blog of pictures shows the story ..... more coming. Kiely had to take the first fat boy out, he was to big to let all the other out. They are already sporting some cute spots! Note: Update.... Darby has six puppies, four male and two female!

Why is this soooo important? We have to sell them to make some money for Kiely's expenses at college. Everyone that comes by wants them. They are such "chunky puppies." The little puppy above is Darby's niece and half sister to all our puppies. We used the same sire.

Darby went nuts just the days before like super active.

Notice the fast, fast Queensland Heeler in this video with a Border Collie, the Heeler is almost a blur in the video.(Towards the end)

Then this morning...wass ... happenin' I mean, "What's up with this mate?" I forgot she's not originally from around here. She's crying, trying to eat grass, wondering around with questions of what's happening to her and he's shaking, she's so scared.

She as just simply crying and looking for something to make her feel better. The barn? Darby's cozy little kennel? What? It always means something's wrong when in the hard labor, they start flopping around. She's doing the turning round and round, this way and that. A Kiely made it better. Pulled the big male plug-out ( and yes, he's a pig/dog and away she went birthing puppies.

Waiting is hard for little girls that love puppies.


Align CenterAnother puppy was just born! We don't have a clue what sex it is...they're all spotted!
All the puppies are wonderful, thank you, Darby.

This has been a great lesson for the grandchildren to watch and they watched every bit with the commentator and lessons from the mid-wife, Kiely. The Discovery Channel in Grandma Susie's Barn.

I love it that they are going to be tri-colored.

It's not hard to entertain precious Finlee.

Darby the Red Queensland and Her Protective Nature

1 comment:

Breeda said...

Sweet!!! Thanks MOM!!