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Welcome Litter G! On January 28th, Ebira gave birth to seven red pups:
- Zion, male, born @ 3:57 am [RED COLLAR]
Identifying marks: Medium red, T-shaped white neck spot, solid white belly
- Bryce, male, born @ 4:03 am [BROWN COLLAR]
Identifying marks: Light red, large white neck spot, thin white collar on right side only, solid white belly
- Joshua (Josh), male, born @ 4:13 am [GREEN COLLAR]
Identifying marks: Light red, large white neck spot, NO white collar, solid white belly
- Sequoia, female, born @ 4:59 am [PINK COLLAR]
Identifying marks: Light red, huge white collar across neck, broad white blaze connects to collar, light red spot on white belly
- Acadia (Kadie), female, born @ 5:17 am [PURPLE COLLAR]
Sadly Acadia passed away on February 4th, she will be greatly missed.
- Theodore (Theo/Teddy), male, born @ 5:41 am [ORANGE COLLAR]
Identifying marks: Dark red, large white neck spot, thin white collar on right side only, solid white belly
- Yosemite, male, born @ 7:01 am [BLACK COLLAR]
Identifying marks: Dark red, large white neck spot, solid white belly
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PUPPY FAQ PLEASE READ
Q: Are these puppies for sale?
A: No, we have a long waiting list and homes already lined up for them.
Q: How long will the stream run?
A: Puppies will go to their new homes at 12 weeks old, around April 22nd.
Q: Where is this located?
A: At a private residence in Southern California.
Q: Where is the mother?
A: When she is not on camera, she is lying just outside the whelping box keeping an eye on her pups.
Q: Where is the father?
A: He lives with his family in Illinois and will not be on the stream. His mother (grandmother of the litter) may sometimes be on stream.
Q: What color are the parents?
A: Both parents are red.
Q: Who is that other puppy?
A: We occasionally have our Hokkaido puppy, Gaigan, on the stream. He is 3 months older than Litter G and a different breed entirely. His color is called sesame.
Q: What do the puppies sleep on?
A: The puppies' bed is layered fleece blanket and absorbent whelping pad on top of a 1" thick foam pad.
Q: What is the grass for? Why is there no camera on it?
A: That is the potty area for the puppies.
Q: Why is the mother wearing a sweater?
A: To prevent puppies from nursing and complete the weaning process.