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Great Pyrenees Puppies turn 7 weeks

For the past 7 weeks these guys have really matured and came a long ways. They now eat fully on their own, they are weaned, they havent had an accident in their nursery, they have learned how to bark at night with Lady and overall have become amazing pups. This week the pups will go to the vet and get all checked out and then at the end of the week families will come and take their new addition home.

Great Pyrenees Puppies turn 6 weeks

The weather is hot and the pups are tired of it all. They are doing great and in the cool of the night they do great outside with Lady and are really learning to get around and work with her. Their coat color has lightened up alot over the past week and in the weeks to come I would bet that they continue to lighten to the point of a creamy white coat.

Great Pyrenees Pups turn 5 weeks old

The pups are now 5 weeks old and spend a large amount of time outside with lady. In just one week the pups have just about become potty trained and have only had an accident 2-3 times in the past couple of days. They all are doing great on the dry puppy food and growing nicely. If you havent noticed, they are really starting to lighten up as they get older.

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