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The neonatal stage

Our puppies make their appearance into the world in our living room. (Yes, puppies are always born in our living room.) The first couple weeks after a litter is born is often referred to as the “Neonatal” stage. Puppies eyes open around two … Continue reading

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Why be normal

Because in this case normal is excellent! As each one of our dogs turns a year old, I make an appointment for them to see our “local” (104 miles one way) veterinary ophthalmologist for an eye exam. The doctor checks … Continue reading

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“Normal”

That’s what we like to hear or see.  Normal in this context means no abnormalities. And that’s a good thing when we’re talking about a dog’s health. One thing we do to try and produce healthy puppies is to have … Continue reading

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