The puppies were born in January and we live in a Northern Climate that had a bitter cold winter that year. The puppies could go outside at four weeks old, but due to the frigid temperatures, we weren't able to take them out until they were seven weeks old.
We had just gotten back from the vet's office for their first round of vaccinations and dewormers and had transported all ten of them in a large cardboard box. We slid the box outside into a fenced in area made just for them where they had their first taste of pact frozen snow.
The puppies loved every minute of being outside.
Like chasing Mommy Silver and trying to grab a teat.
Chasing Daddy until he rolled over.
even on the opposite side of the fence.
Digging out the leftover birdseed frozen in the ground.
After about ten or fifteen minutes they started to get cold and it was time to go back in the box and head inside.
10 puppies in one TV box?
What kind of deal is this??