Important litter Details

DOB 9-27-21

Genders: 2 Females, 2 Males

Size estimate based on parents- 8lbs – 15lbs

GO HOME DATE- around Thanksgiving. 

$25/ day boarding fee for later pick up dates. Please contact me immediately, so we can discuss further details if this is needed. 

All Puppies will have before going home:

Deworming

First set of puppy Shots

Health exam from Vet

Foundation of Doggie-door training established

 

For more information on recommended puppy items please see my page “Taking your new puppy home” link bellow

http://vegasdoodles.com/f-a-q-2/

 

We do NOT allow for early visitations. The litters health is of top priority, and unintended transmission of serious virus/illness (parvo/kennel cough) happens all too frequently when early visitors are allowed.

 

What Puppy Food Will they be Eating?

Kirkland Brand grain free puppy food

Mom and Dad

Gizmo- (Bottom Left) Father. 15lbs. Malshi

 

Cindy Lou- (Top Right) Mother. 8lbs. Shipoo

Puppy Shots

Bellow is a breakdown of what the puppy shot schedule will look like. They will all be getting their first set of shots around 6-7 weeks of age. then each incremental shots will be given a month apart.

Puppy Shots Breakdown

Age of Puppy Recommended Vaccinations Vaccinations Received  Date Received
6 —8 weeks DHPP (vaccines for distemper, adenovirus [hepatitis], parainfluenza, and parvovirus)                         
10 — 12 weeks DHPP (vaccines for distemper, adenovirus [hepatitis], parainfluenza, and parvovirus)
12 — 24 weeks Rabies, DHPP (vaccines for distemper, adenovirus [hepatitis], parainfluenza, and parvovirus)
14 — 16 weeks DHPP

~ ​Spay/Neuterbetween 4-6 months of age

If you are looking for an excellent Veterinarian, we strongly recommend Dr. Wiggers at VCA Blue Cross Animal Hospital. She is very kind, and provides excellent, high quality care. Their phone number is 702 997 7250. 

 

What You Will be Taking Home with Puppy

I know everyone is getting excited as we are getting closer to pick up date! especially since they are doing so well, and you get to meet them a week early. I only have a short window of time on Saturday. So if you have scheduled your early pick up, they are all scheduled between 12-1:30 in 15 minute increments. To help answer any questions and provide you with a heads up of what you will be receiving in the puppy folder, I though id upload examples bellow. 3 primary documents- bill of sale (complete transfer of ownership to you), birth certificate, and shot records.
Puppy Shots Breakdown

Age of Puppy Recommended Vaccinations Vaccinations Received  Date Received
6 —8 weeks DHPP (vaccines for distemper, adenovirus [hepatitis], parainfluenza, and parvovirus)                         
10 — 12 weeks DHPP (vaccines for distemper, adenovirus [hepatitis], parainfluenza, and parvovirus)
12 — 24 weeks Rabies, DHPP (vaccines for distemper, adenovirus [hepatitis], parainfluenza, and parvovirus)
14 — 16 weeks DHPP

~ ​Spay/Neuterbetween 4-6 months of age

If you are looking for an excellent Veterinarian, we strongly recommend Dr. Wiggers at VCA Blue Cross Animal Hospital. She is very kind, and provides excellent, high quality care. Their phone number is 702 997 7250. 

 

MALE 1

MALE 2

FEMALE 1

FEMALE 2

The puppies are getting so big! Eating Great! They are so so smart- already using the doggie-door to go in and out as they please.
Monday November 22nd, they have their vet exams scheduled. They will get their health clearance, and deworming and first set of shots will be given around then too.

They truly are all beautiful and sweet in this litter. So much fun! I am excited to watch them grow. 🙂

Here are their dirty little adorable faces after their morning breakfast

Go Home Date- November 23rd

All of our little guys are doing so well eating on their own. They are freely using the doggie-door, which is super awesome- especially for such little guys.
We are excited to announce they can go home as early as November 23rd, the day after their vet visit.
I will be contact families about a week in advance to schedule pick up times.

They will have had their vet exams completed, and also first set of shots. Ill be posting lots of really good information about their routines, eating habits, and anything else I can think of to help their transition home go as smoothly as possible.
We have truly fallen in love with these little guys, it’ll be sad to see them go.
As always, I am here for any questions along the way.

Here is some basic information about the puppies schedule, and eating:
Eating- 3-4times per day. this can change to your schedule. right now they eat about 6am, 11am, 3pm, and 7pm. with the entire litter, I do feed them 4 times just to make sure that they all get plenty of food, and no one gets left behind. With puppies as little as these guys it is always important to make sure they have ample opportunity to eat. Sometimes they can play so hard, that their bodies will send them into hypoglycemic shock due to low body fat. As precautions, especially if they will be by themselves for any length of time, it can be a good idea to just leave food in with them in their pens.

I do let them eat as much as they want. They are so little, it might just be a bite or two at a time. Puppies are like toddlers. some days they will eat a lot, others not as much. that is ok as long as they are offered food in a way to where they are never limited, (again, with these little guys, sometimes just leaving food out for them to eat is the safest bet) Plus, this will help them not get food aggression tendencies or over eat.
They generally poop when they eat. so allowing them to have a place to do their business during eating time, is good idea.
They do eat puppy food slightly softened with water. I will send home with you a canned food that you can use to mix in with their food. this will provide a little more encouragement to ensure they are eating once home with you. You will feel very quickly that they have some very strong and sharp teeth. so their food does not need to be softened for too much longer. but if it takes them a little longer to get through their meal, then the food is a little softer which helps make sure they are getting enough to eat each meal.
All puppies are freely using the doggie-door! they come in and out as they please. all poop for the entire litter is already outside! YAY!! that is such an awesome foundation for potty training for you. And I’d say 90% of the peepee happens outside as well! that is always harder when we have the entire litter and with the smaller breeds. but still very impressive.
It is normal for them to be nervous the first day they go home. so if they don’t eat much, its just nerves and excitement- totally normal. they will catch up by easting more later that day or the next.
Make sure they have access to water. If a puppy goes without water for a long duration that can lead to a bladder infection.

Puppy Shots

They will all be getting their first set of shots soon. then each incremental shots will be given a month apart.
All puppies did come back with a negative fecal- which means no worms or parasite. That is very common for the desert- not much lives here in our dry, hot climate. Some vets may ask for you to run another fecal out of precaution.