Christmas Eve Puppies Ready for a Good Home.

Too Much Love?
Too Much Love?
Is it possible to have too much love?  My 2 year old appears to be having fun underneath a bunch of puppies ready to give her a big puppy kiss.  Our kids have enjoyed playing with the 10 puppies that blessed the farm the day before Christmas.  Honey, the mom, reminds me of any tired mother.  When they are crying, she is quick to show up on the scene and check but she is as quick to leave and let them work it out themselves if all appears to be ok.  They are a hardy bunch of puppies, born outside in a greenhouse right out the door of the brooder with 500 chicks getting ready for spring egg laying duties.  It was a perfect spot for the breed.  Honey is an Anatolian Shepard designed to be a guardian dog and prevent predators from coming on to the property.  The father, Max, is a shepard/lab mix that we did not get fixed soon enough (or as my daughter asks “Doesn’t that really mean you are breaking him.”)  He is a very good dog as long as we keep cars out of his way.  We have not been able to break him of his car chasing habits.  I’m hoping these pups take after their mom.  If you have been waiting for the love of a pup, give us a call.  They are ready to come home.  (765) 918-2684.