The following are information is when it’s picture day for our puppies.
1st picture day:
The first picture day is the day they are born up to a week old. This all depends on when the mother gave birth to her puppies and how busy we are.
For instance, let’s say the mother gave birth to her puppies at night. This means we did not get any sleep. Since we assist the mother. Even when it’s not her first litter. We want the mother to know she is not alone and if she needs any help she has us. In this case, once it’s the morning we are all tired. We typically do our morning routine. Which consists of feeding the dogs and puppies, picking up after them, giving them their dewormings and/or shots if they are due. Once the morning routine is done, we all take naps. Therefore this day we do not take pictures.
2nd picture day:
The second picture day is when all the puppies in the litter have opened their eyes. This can be from 2 weeks to 3 weeks old.
From this point forward the pictures are taken every 2 weeks until further notice.
3rd picture day:
This is typically the last picture day.
4th picture day:
During the 4th or 5th picture day is when we take pictures and a video. The video all depends if all the pups in the litter are active. Since they tend to be active and start to obtain their personalities around 6 weeks old.
After the puppies are 7 weeks old we will no longer take pics on a schedule.
Q: I have reserved my pup, will my pups’ pictures be posted on the website on picture day?
A: The photos of your baby will be sent to you via email. :) They will not be posted on the website.
Q: Can you take a quick picture/video of my puppy?
A: Please do not ask for a “quick” pic. There are 2 reasons.
Reason 1: We do not take pics with our phone. Only with our camera.
Reason 2: We are super busy and do not have time to take a quick pic for every family. Yes, if I allow quick pictures/videos I will be taking quick pics every day for all the families. Therefore, I will not get any work done.
God bless and Go Tigers!
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