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Hi Corinne and Mike, Quick update about Milo and Bosco. They both enjoyed kefir and food as soon as they arrived to their new home. Bosco is very playful and Milo is a bit shy. Thank you very much for such adorable puppies. It was worth waiting.
Hi Corinne, Hope all is well with you - just thought I would send you some pictures of Coda and Friends - he is a delight and so smart and loving and responsive. Sending a big thank you. Love and breath, Alisa
Hi Corrine Just wanted to send you a photo of Archie at 4 months. He is the very best puppy anyone could ask for. He is smart as can be. Calm loving - loves all dogs people. All i can say is you did an amazing job. He easily socialized and potty trained. Not a barker or a whiner - is fine being alone for a period if time and has been very easy to train. He literally stops traffic everywhere and puts a smile on their faces. I couldn’t be happier. He is getting his first haircut this Friday. I am giving the groomer your instructions. She asked fir a photo of the look I want. I was looking on your website but couldn’t find a true Zuchon cut puppy. Do you have one you can send me! Again. I am thrilled with Archie! Bonnie
Koda & Chi - 2 of our beautiful Tiny Teddies puppies
Just thought that I would drop a short note to let you know that Koda is doing really well. He got spoiled during the Christmas period with more toys than he ever needed, lots of loving and time spent with the family. When we put up our Christmas tree, he claimed a new resting spot underneath it. He truly is a gift. January saw us putting him into some more training to reinforce those skills that he already had. He is a remarkably smart dog who picks up things very quickly. We hope your holidays were good. Cheers Dave & Tracey
Here is a copy of the Neuter certificate for Koda. He has healed well and is fully recovered from his ordeal. As this is the first dog that we have owned, we cannot believe how much joy he has brought to our life. He truly is a wonderful companion. Cheers Dave & Tracey
Koda is about 4 1/2 months old now and is fitting in great. He is up on all his shots, and weighs just over 11 lbs. As you can see from the picture, he likes doing his puzzle for his kibble. He would rather do the puzzle than eat it out of a bowl. He has definitely stole our hearts.
Koda is settling in fine. He is such a sweet boy, very inquisitive, funny, and loveable.
Hi Corinne, I hope this finds you well. Sasha is doing well and has been a playful addition to the household. Yesterday was a whirlwind with the kids, once she came home, and I forgot to message you. We started crate training Sasha in the late evening, getting her outside often for pee breaks. She managed to have a great evening of rest with no whimpering or accidents. She’s dabbled with the kibble, but has gulped down the kefir and healthy snacks. We have an appointment with the vet on Monday and will continue to let Sasha adjust to us on her schedule. Thank you, again, for trusting us with Sasha.
Molly is a complete delight….We just love her to pieces. I may know someone else who would love a puppy. What is your waiting situation for next available puppies. Wishing you a wonderful holiday season Morrie
We have been taking her to my office and there is a lineup at the door to visit with her. If I go in without her……..People are not happy!!!!
Hi from Molly I am being a good girl and wanted to show you my new relaxation spot….So comfy My training is going really well and I am learning several commands….I have been going to work with my mom and dad and so many people come to play with me so I have lots of friends I am sleeping through the night and love to look out the window to watch the world. I miss you all but am happy in my daily life…..Thanks for finding me the right home……They keep snuggling with me. Say hi to everyone from Molly
Exie is absolutely incredible!
She goes straight to pee pad to do her business, is so chill and relaxed and the cutest little bundle of joy! Honestly, sooooo thrilled and ecstatic we reached out for Nova’s little sister!! This home is that much brighter and happier with her in it. We can’t stop giggling and smiling.
They are warming up to each other beautifully it’s so wonderful to watch
Oh my goodness she’s amazing! We’re so emotional She’s absolutely perfect! Thank you so much we love her more than we could have imagined. Thank you thank you Vicky and Jeff
Corinne Hard to believe Clive has been in our lives for 5 weeks. I am so in love with this little boy. We are fast friends. He is sleeping through the night. We are now comfortably able to leave him for a couple of hours in his safe space where he is content and happy to play or sleep. The litter box training a god send. We had our first groom today and he couldn’t be handsomer. The groomer said he was cooperative and well behaved. I just wanted to say thank you. I feel fortunate to have found you and your pups. I heard something a long time ago that has always stuck with me. “When baking a cake you can’t add the sugar later” he had to start his journey in a happy loving home to have turned out to be such a happy loving pup. My hubby says since Clive came into our lives I look so much happier and content. I have found my rhythm again. Thank you Erica
By all means you may use Clive and I
on your reference page. I honestly don’t
think there will be any room left on “the cloud”
if I don’t stop recording every time he looks
so darned cute. On another note he must feel
happy safe and comfortable here with us.
The last two nights he has been placed in his safe space to sleep at 9pm ~ wakes around 12am for a pee and a cuddle I sit with him drink a tea with him quietly for about 20 minutes ~ he falls back to sleep and not a peep til 7am. Fingers crossed we can keep it up ??
It has been two years since the last time we talked. CoCo has been a firm member of my family and we’ve got so much joy and love from her. We decide to add one more lovely girl to the family. Please tell me the procedure for a repeated family.
It has been a month, so I can safely say that we have had a little angel from a different planet. CoCo is doing very well, but four humans and one existing dog could not be happier. Yes, you were right! Everything she does is cute and discipline words are very hard to be said.
Thanks you and I will talk to you soon!
By the way, just today Aster earned his Intermediate Trick Dog Title. Aster did very awesome. Hope we can do canine freestyle one day! I ordered the title's swagger patch this time and planned to put on a bandana. I will share photos of Aster in his swagger bandana. Sincerely, Muse
Hi Corinne & Mike, Congratulations on Aster earning his Novice Trick Dog title by performing 15 tricks (he knows more). He is an eager learner with good memory. He loves learning and doing tricks. I'm very proud of him. We are working towards the next level. NOVICE LEVEL Sit, Down, Stand, Touch my Hand, Spin Circles, Kennel Up, Muffin Tin Game, Come, Jump Over Knee, Hand Signals (3 behaviours), Fetch (Bring it Near Me), Drop It INTERMEDIATE LEVEL Roll Over, Shake Hands, Stay (Out of Sight)
Hi Corinne & Mike, Time passed by so fast. Aster is now four months old. I am going to share his updates and accomplishments with you.
First of all, Aster has received all his core vaccinations plus Bordetella, Lepo and flea & tick prevention. As of today he is 3.5kg. The vet gave me his weight chart of his recorded weights and said that his weight chart is very beautiful. Aster loves going to the vet and all of the staff love him too. They said he’s very well-behaved. I will discuss with the vet and have him neutered around the 7 months mark when his growth plates have closed. I will let you know when the surgery is scheduled. A month ago, Aster has been granted the privilege of roaming freely in the home without my constant supervision. I don’t do enforced naps anymore as since then he was getting better and better at self-settling when I’m present and active around the home. He can interpret when I’m busy and can’t interact with him during which he will just lie down somewhere, play with toys on his own, or hang out on the balcony searching for bugs and listening to the outdoor sounds. He enjoys the free roaming and sleeps anywhere he likes (e.g. kitchen floor, under the dining table, his elevated bed, his plush bed, crate, or balcony) in a belly-up style. I like watching him play with toys. For example, he runs around with a toy in his mouth, throws toys into the air, runs away from a toy and turns back to attack the toy again, stops all his actions at a distance staring at a toy and sneak attacks the toy.
Aster attends weekly Puppy Play & Learn (supervised by certified trainers). Last week when I was picking him up, the teacher said Aster acted so mature. He was still very playful, but when other puppies were going crazy, his attitude be like “Really? Grow up kids!” and when two puppies were angry at each other he would get in the middle trying to stop them like a police. At this age as a puppy, Aster is considered very mature mentally, and in my observation he’s getting more mature, more patient, and calmer each week. I’ve been actively training him on the topics of obedience, socialization, and desensitization since he arrived home. Aster is very smart and is an eager learner. He’s highly food-motivated. He can be trained by play as well which I usually use a flirt pole to play with him while sharpening his impulse control and known commands before each play. He currently can reliably do sit, lie down, spin, paw, leave it, look at me, find it, and touch in high-distraction environments like busy roads and skytrain stations with a lot of people. Because we live next to busy roads and human/dog traffic on the sidewalks, leash walking skill is crucial for both desensitization to traffic and proper socialization. We have been working on this every day for three weeks now starting from quieter streets and increased the difficulty at his pace. He is now able to heel, do tricks and wait at intersections unbothered by heavy traffic especially trucks, buses, and loud cars being just two meters away for a duration of around twenty minutes (I don’t exercise him more than this at a time at this age). When some silly dogs bark at him, he stays cool as well. He is friendly to dogs and never barks at them. Looking back when he was only ten weeks old and we were just working on getting in/out of the building’s elevator (elevators are scary to most puppies), he has really progressed a lot. I also taught him meet & no greet on walks. Given that he’s super people social, the fact that he is able to restrain himself from greeting everyone on walks now is something to be proud of. He would wag his tail at a passer-by, collect himself, and continue walking without lounging or pulling towards the person. If anyone wants to greet him, he sits or lies down with a wagging tail before greeting as well. When being greeted, he is super happy with a lot of play bows and he literally flies around. As you might have expected, he gets attention and compliments all the time on walks. I noticed that Aster is really good at sniffing and he also really likes it. He has four snuffle mats and a lot of food dispensing/puzzle toys which I would hide around the home with food and he goes on an adventure to sniff them out. Once when we were at my friend’s place, he sniffed out some cat’s kibbles in unreachable places like in a small gap under a dining table’s foot. When we are outdoor, we sometimes do sniffari walks. If he sniffs something interesting around, he turns into a super focused mode and starts to track the scent, but he often finds some weird things like earthworms in the soil and ants’ nest under wood chips of a playground. Since he’s really good at sniffing, I’m considering taking him to professional nosework classes. Many thanks to you, I’m very lucky to have Aster in my life. I love him so much! He is an amazing pup in every aspect with great temperament, and he is becoming more and more exceptional everyday. I’m very proud of him for all of his accomplishments. Thank you for giving him a very good start on training and socialization. Aster is truly a star! Best Regards,Muse
I noticed that Aster is really good at sniffing and he also really likes it. He has four snuffle mats and a lot of food dispensing/puzzle toys which I would hide around the home with food and he goes on an adventure to sniff them out.
He currently can reliably do sit, lie down, spin, paw, leave it, look at me, find it, and touch in high-distraction environments like busy roads and skytrain stations with a lot of people.
He is now able to heel, do tricks and wait at intersections unbothered by heavy traffic especially trucks, buses, and loud cars being just two meters away for a duration of around twenty minutes (I don’t exercise him more than this at a time at this age). When some silly dogs bark at him, he stays cool as well. He is friendly to dogs and never barks at them
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