Sneak Peak At LGD Pups
When I head out in the afternoon to feed pups I go as quietly as possible, climbing over the fence instead of making noise at the gate, so that I might see where the pups are, and what they’re up to, without them knowing I’m around. As they grow up and grow more alert I’m less successful at getting in unnoticed.
This is where they were at this afternoon. They still fit into and enjoy napping in the dogloo which has been a welcome shelter during our cool spring. That's Pippa rising up, and Lily still asleep. It won't be much longer and they won't fit in here together.
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