Charmin has figured out how to cool off in this heat.
Shih Tzu breeder. Breeding beautiful well socialized Shih Tzu puppies.
We are a small in home breeding program. Our moms and dads live as pampered pets and have the full run of the house. They enjoy outings to the lake and walks through the woods or just hanging out in front of the TV. Our puppies are raised in the dining room and are prespoiled before going home. Visit our web site at www.croakingtoadshihtzupuppies.com or email me for more information. Patty at [email protected]
Charmin has figured out how to cool off in this heat.
Monkey's puppies are one week old today. To see individual pictures visit my website. www.croakingtoadshihtzupuppies.com
With the heat and humidity Penny has found herself left home from morning walks. Humidity and very pregnant mom's is not a good combination. It isn't quite the same but she does get time to roam the property outside the fence. Her short mommy haircut helps keep some of the heat factor down.
Some mothers play classical music for their unborn baby. Penny takes her kids hunting. Soon she will keep Monkey company, in the nursery, but until then she enjoys getting out and about.
NOTE .... ALL of Monkey's puppies are reserved. Next litter due soon.
Individual picture and availability, for Monkey's puppies, have been posted to my website. If you have recently been on my site remember to refresh the page to see the most recent information. I do not receive Texts so email or phone.
I love Quilted Northern's little pair of pants he appears to wear.
Monkey's puppies have arrived.
To see information on this litter visit my website www.croakingtoadshihtzupuppies.com
Forecast for the Croaking Toad is for lots of puppies!!!
This is the house of hormones currently. Two pregnant mom's and 6 girls in heat. Add in the boys who live in the same house with the girls that are in heat and we have more than our share of hormonal drama.
If all goes as planned 4 or these girls, wearing diapers, will have puppies toward the end of July.
Visit my website to see information on the two litters due soon and the 4 anticipated summer litters. www.croakingtoadshihtzupuppies.com
The waters have receded but the heat and humidity have created their own obstacle.
The little girls thought hanging around in the shade
was a good plan. We were getting nowhere fast. Poor Ruby was watching for another body of water to jump in. She has such a massive thick coat that even when it is short she is hot.
Morning of obstacles following last evenings storms.
Monkey is still enjoying her walks while she waits for her kids to arrive. Now that the temps are rising the waterfall is a great place to catch a breeze and cool a baby bump.
This is what puppy socialization looks like during this time of social distancing.
Ruby and Charli are the perfect picture of sisterly innocence with the exception of the glowing eyes. The glowing eyes are a left over from the very different picture they painted before the camera was picked up. One of sisters joining forces to dig out the bottom of the dog bed.
The four leggeds sure look at a flooded trail differently than I do. Oh well walks are all about their mental health so whatever floats their boat!
We have a confirmed pregnancy for Penny. To see information on this upcoming litter visit my website www.croakingtoadshihtzupuppies.com
Our three youngest are growing like weeds and I now let them play out under the open sky during the day on their own. Not yet willing to trust them to the stealthy big hoot owls, at night, so they will use their capped night time area for a bit longer.
Happy Mother's Day to all the four and two legged mothers from the Croaking Toad.
A special shout out to the worlds best mom .. my beautiful mother Lottie.
Today is the last day the ground troops will be called on to stand guard over the little ones as they play.
I managed to keep the kids clean long enough for the first three to head to their new homes. But puppies will be puppies and the next three will have to have another bath before they go home on Saturday.
Today the babies went to the vet for their "exit" exam. It was a very different experience as the clinic is "covid" curb side service and I was not able to go in with them. No worries though .. Dr. Julie and all the staff at Ark of the Dunes are awesome and the puppies came back out with big smiles on their faces.
Here they are all loaded up and ready to go. You can't see in the picture but they are all wearing tiny collars of different colors to help with identification in the office.
Bedtime for Rosie's kids. This is the last night they will all be together in the family bed. Tomorrow some are off for their new adventures.
May the 4th be with you from Bailey and Lolli's mom ... our retired Annie.
Every puppy needs a picture for their baby book page titled ...
What was happening in the world when you were born?
......TOILET PAPER HOARDING......
At first glance puppies and toilet paper have nothing in common. But during this crazy time they have a very big thing in common .. Toilet paper and Puppies. Everyone wants some right now but sold out everywhere.
If you do not find a puppy, this spring, be patient. Just like toilet paper - puppies will be back on the shelves.
If you go to my website and scroll down past the current puppies and upcoming litters you will see the four anticipated summer litters. These four girls almost always have puppies close together. If they stay on their normal schedule likely puppies in July. www.croakingtoadshihtzupuppies.com
We have a confirmed pregnancy for Monkey. To see information about the upcoming spring litters and the anticipated summer litters visit my website.
Scroll down past the current puppies to see information on the upcoming litters.
With steady rain falling this morning it was indoor recess for Rosie's kids.
Rosie's puppies are 7 weeks old today. They were such good kids for their photo shoot but I'm still glad this is the final one. I'm happy to pack up the camera until Monkey's babies arrive.
To see more pictures visit my website www.croakingtoadshihtzupuppies.com
Unfortunately all the puddles equate to muddy dogs so before they go back in the house they have to pass through the garage doggy wash station.
Before April Showers bring May Flowers they bring LOTS of puddles for the 4 leggeds to splash through.
Rosie's puppies are not exactly Singing in the Rain but they are having fun and doing a good job going potty when they go out. On raining days, like today, they take care of business in the rock yard where they might get soggy but at least they stay clean.
Dixie and Jessie have laid claim to the freshly laundered toys.
The Croaking Toad beach is open!!!
Rosie's puppies are 6 weeks old today and to celebrate they played at the beach. To see more pictures visit my website. www.croakingtoadshihtzupuppies.com
Rosie maybe should think about keeping one eye open during her families afternoon snack. Kenzie just could not resist joining her aunts and uncles for a little siesta time.
Rosie's babies were happy to see the snow melt so they could get back out in the yard to play.
The little girls are not ready to give up the Cutie box yet. I am glad they are willing to share with the little babies.
Going into the winter walking season I did not anticipate I would still be walking in the snow on April 17th.
The girls love walking in the snow because it makes seeing the deer easier. Jessie has not figure out yet that when it snows we spend more time hunting than actually walking.
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We are a small in home breeding program. Our moms and dads live as pampered pets and have the run of the house. They enjoy outings to the lake and walks through the woods or just hanging out in front of the TV. Our puppies are raised in the dining room and are prespoiled before going home. We are in Chesterton, In. Visit our web site at www.croakingtoadshihtzupuppies.com or email me for more information. Patty at [email protected]