|This is Zeta at 5 weeks. She has three brown spots and a brown head. She weighed about 8 pounds at six weeks.|
This is Sigma at 5 weeks. She has
multiple brown patches and a brown head. She is the smallest
puppy in the litter, but she is not a true runt as we made sure
she had equal access when little. She weighed about 7 pounds at
Sigma is sold.
This is Iota at 5 weeks. She has a
large brown patch on her back and a brown head. She weighed
about 8 pounds at six weeks.
Eight week pictures
This is Alpha at 5 weeks. He is
one of only two boys and has a brown patch on shoulder and a
brown head. He weighed about 8.5 pounds at six weeks.
Nine week pictures
This is Delta at 5 weeks. He is
one of only two boys and has two brown patch on his back and one
on his tail. He also has a brown head but a white face. He is
is the big boy, at 9 pounds at six weeks.
Delta is sold.
|This is Phi at 5 weeks. She has a large brown patch on her back and a brown head. She weighed about 7 pounds at six weeks.|
|This is Mu at 5 weeks. She has a large brown patch on her back and a brown head. In fact, one whole side is brown. Sorry about the picture, we missed her the first time around and I used a different camera. She weighed about 8 pounds at six weeks.|
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|Listed below is
Omega's current litter of 7 puppies.
Omega is a large standard poodle. She and the sire,
Boston, are not show dogs. They are a bit heavy boned and
have a thicker snout than AKC standards. Omega is a quiet,
but forceful dog (Alpha female) who likes attention in a
reserved way. She is very smart and figures things out if
given enough time. When she was a puppy, we had trouble
keeping her in her pen. She even figured out how to go
through chain link. She has been a great mother who seems
to know what our involvement means,
|This is proving
to be an exceptional litter. Let's face it, standard
poodles are very smart and these guys have adapted to their
living conditions rather quickly. We built the whelping
room with stairs to get up the hill and a dog door for Omega to
get in. At six weeks five of the puppies have learned to
go through the dog door and down the stairs to play in the pen.
They go up the stairs as well. We have covered the bare
parts of the floor with newsprint and puppy pads.
They now pee and poop exclusively on the paper - never on their
bedding. However, they prefer to go outside and do things
on the ground. Housebreaking these puppies should be very
easy as they are half the way there. The pictures are at
about 5 weeks. Some dry weather and a good bath should
lead to newer pictures. They do love to get dirty in the
Both Omega and Boston, the sire, are brown parti poodles, so all the puppies are brown parti poodles with random markings. All have brown heads which I find important (this may have a genetic basis?). At six weeks there is some variation in size of the puppies, but both parents are royal standards and Boston is slightly larger than Omega. Expect the puppies to grow into large poodles.