10 Weeks Old!

It was a cool day here in New Hampshire and the winds were blowing hard. The puppies wanted to be outside so much, but they would get cold fast and stand by the door to come in. About 3 o’clock I asked Hubby to go outside with me so that we could run the pups. This is a great thing to do at the end of the day because they settle down about 6 and sleep all night long.

I definitely need his help when they are all out, as they all seem to run in different directions now and they are so very fast! Fritz was a help, but after a while he got bored and went over to the little stream and escaped from their attention.

But first, we had Schnapps running around.

Nov. 6 Schnapps2

And of course she was running with Fritz at first and her brother Calvin ran along as well.

Nov. 6 Fritz Schnapps and Calvin1

Here is Calvin in mid-jump.

Nov. 6 Calvin2

Fenway and Wally were playing under our patio table.

Nov. 6 Fenway and Wally20

Here is Wally

Nov. 6 Wally13

And Fenway.

Nov. 6 Fenway22

Curt seemed to be moving along quite a bit. I had trouble getting his picture because he was following me.

Nov. 6 Curt16

So the pups are ten weeks old now. Their AKC Registration papers came today. They are all set. Next Friday our first puppy leaves for his new home. Then on Saturday 3 more. Curt will be with us a little longer. Amazing, isn’t it?

Happy Saturday!

6 thoughts on “10 Weeks Old!”

  1. It is amazing….when are we going to do it again. 😉

    They are so adorable and smart looking little pups. They have such sweet faces and beautiful eyes.

  2. It seems to me that you have the same kind of weather, cold and wind ! and the leaves are flying ! Awful ! but for the pups it must be nice to run behind the leaves and jump in them. Now I realize too that they are ready for leaving their craddle !

  3. Yes, Amazing! When you think about how long human babies stay with their parents this is only a blink of an eye. Enjoy this week with them! Love YOU, Mel

  4. I thought I would share my schnitzel making technique with you here (I don’t know your email address):

    1. Beat the pork chops really well on both sides, so that they are very thin (THAT’S THE KEY!!!).

    2. Season them with salt and pepper on both sides.

    3. Beat up some eggs in one bowl. Put PLAIN bread crumbs in another bowl.

    4. Cover seasoned pork chops with beat eggs then transfer to other bowl with the bread crumbs. Cover with bread crumbs.

    5. In a pan melt butter (DON’T use oil, always use butter! It is much better for flavoring!) on a little less than medium heat.

    6. Fry breaded pork chops in butter until golden brown. This should only take a few minutes (5?!) (on both sides, of course).

    7. Voila, you got your schnitzel!

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