On sunday 19th of june Fay, our Labrador, has given birth to 9 beautiful pups. At half past 7 in the morning she woke us up as the first puppy was due to arrive:
The first pup that came onto this world is a dog. He is all black, has a white chest and a white spot on the front legs.INTERESTED?
The second pup is a bitch, completely black with a little white spot on the chest and with white toes on 3 legs.INTERESTED?
The third pup is a bitch, also black with a white chest, grey toes on the front legs and a white dot at the end of the tail.INTERESTED?
The forth pup is the last bitch. She’s black with a small white spot on the chest and with a white dot at the end of her tail.INTERESTED?
The fifth pup is a dog, black, with a white spot on the chest and with front paws the look like white boots.INTERESTED?
The sixth pup is another dog. He is completely black and has only a white spot on the chest.INTERESTED?
The seventh pup is a dog, black with a white spot that covers chest and tummy. His front toes are white and he has a white dot at the end of his tail.INTERESTED?
The eighth pup is a dog. He is completely black apart from the white spot on the chest.INTERESTED?
The last pup is a dog, black, with white toes, a white spot on the chest and with a white dot at the end of his tail.INTERESTED?
Feel like giving one of Fay's pups a loving and caring home? Want to come over and cuddle a few pups for yourself? Still have questions? Then don't hesitate to send a message to email@example.com, or give us a call
Fay is our pure breed Blacksugar Labrador bitch (2006) and she just turned mom. Again. For the second time... Last year, we where surprised to find a Border Collie cuddling Fay. Two months later Fay presented to us 2 little pups, we called Spot and Stripe. We managed to find a nice home for Stripe in Luxemburg with very dog loving people. But ‘Spottie’, we grew so fond of him that we decided to keep him our self. We are still enjoying Spot’s company every day, together with his mum Fay and his best friend Jessy, our Golden retriever.
As we have much more animals around, we decided three dogs is more than enough. As a result we decided to raise our fences to keep all future father-dog out. That seemed to work out rather fine, for a while... The same Border Collie that visited Fay last year managed to jump our fences, had his way for the second time and left. Eight weeks later Fay gave birth to 9 pups...
Now we have to accept the challenge of finding a good home for all of them. Although, the one with the white booths is so cute, maybe if we’d keep this one ourselves? Or no, the one with the white spot on his belly ... or ...
Lesson learned? Presumably, yes. Our Border Collie villain will be by-passed every possible next time.
Fay would love for you to give her pups a new home. If you are interested or you know anyone who might be interested, just let us know!
No, we are not breeders, we just had a fence that was to low and another dog in town that felt like securing it's offspring.
As we have lots of other animals at the farm and already enjoy 3 dogs, we just can’t keep all the newborns. We wished the father-dog never visited our dog Fay in the first place but he did. So now it's our responsibility to secure a good home for every pup.
No they are not. We charge 180 Euros for them and there are mainly 2 reasons for that. The first one is that the pups cost us some money. The vet is coming over to check upon them. They will get their own papers, passport, electronic ID, and all the vaccinations needed. The second reason is that a puppy is not a give-away and neither a toy. Asking a fee for each pup will increase its chances towards a happy life. We wish to send our pups to good homes with caring owners where they can stay their whole lives.