Tuesday, December 28, 2010

Bella's Babies...

   As many of you know my little Shi Tzu, Bella, had puppies about eight weeks ago. We are now ready to say goodbye to them, and most of them will be leaving tomorrow & It is going to be so hard to say bye to all their sweet faces! We are keeping one of them, his name is Rookie, and we are so happy that all of them are going to family & friends, only one is left who is still looking for a good home. We are still in shock that little Bella had six puppies! Anyways here are a few pictures we took on Saturday while they were all playing out in the yard...

This is Wookie, he is the only one left to go to a good home. Isn't he precious?

Hi, My name is Rookie & I am cute.

This is my mother in laws puppy, her name is Sassy.

My aunt's puppy, Jet. This little guy will be the most spoiled puppy in the world. He doesn't know how lucky he is!

Puppy Butts.

They are going to miss their momma.

Bella watching over her babies... First thing on her list when the puppies leave, grooming! Groomers will not groom a pregnant dog, so it has been so long since our prissy little shi tzu has looked.. well, prissy.

It's going to be one really hard goodbye because we have bonded to all these puppies over the past few months, but we are so blessed that they are going to such great homes. I thank God everyday that he blessed Bella with her health through the pregnancy & six healthy puppies!!

Love Always,


  1. Awww... This is such a cute post! I looove all the pictures.. I'm so glad to hear you found good homes/families for most of them...
    They're sooo adorable...!

    My Maltese is due for grooming very soon too!


  2. Oh my those are the cutest pups ever! Following your blog now and would love the follow back...thanks.

  3. HI,

    I am your new follower and would love for you to stop-by and follow-back!

    Have a fabulous 2011!

  4. I absolutely love my little Shih Tzu, Mux. He seriously makes my days better! I can't imagine how fun it must have been having those little guys around; I also can't imagine how hard it will be to say goodbye. :(

  5. Shih Tzu's are one of the most prolific dogs in America because of back yard breeders like yourself, breeding for the "fun" of it. Well, the millions who will find themselves homeless and in shelters because you keep breeding them don't think it's at all fun. Be responsible and if you really love your dog, get her spayed. She could have died in childbirth, does that mean anything to you? Do the right thing for her and the millions who will die because there are too many and not enough homes to go around.