1 month character update
The white/orange Unstoppable boy is still the first one to investigate, to play and also to fight. Very confident and adventurous, taking everything with a big grin on his face. Great dog for people who like a bit stronger dogs. He loves to hang out with me, plays a lot on his own as well and likes to be bossy with other puppies.
The green Fighter is still the smallest and a bit lower in hierarchy, so he doesn't stand out that much with the whole bunch out there. But when you play with just him, he plays great and really loves human contact, much more as playing with other puppies. He also makes a great lap dog 🙂
The blue Wise boy ended up the biggest from all after his long period of just sleeping and is now very active and playing great and I think 2nd in hierarchy, after The Unstoppable.
The black Giant is now 2nd biggest (but I think he will end the biggest at the end) and still very relaxed and confident, not easily worried at all. He is also very playful now and will make a really great, balanced and confident dog - lots of focused drive, without hysteric/crazy/hyper element that the Unstoppable possesses. He doesn't look for trouble either and normally avoids conflicts.
The grey Perfectionist loves to interact with humans - both cuddling and playing. He avoids conflicts with other puppies, never participates in fights and prefers to hang out with me or on his own. Great choice for those who like a bit softer dog with great will to please and listen. Very smart little boy!
The yellow Pretty Boy is still very playful and very active. He likes to play with both toys and his littermates and is a very happy boy, he sure loves to just run around and have fun 🙂
The pink Girl is getting girlier now, she is not that big anymore and is very sweet, looking for human contact and cuddles. But when needed, she still fights her brothers with confidence and determination, as you can probably read from that little face 🙂
These are fantastic photographs and a wonderful “pupdate”! I love following the puppies as they grow. I can’t wait to see them in one of your training classes.