Week 4 we start getting the puppies out in the grass and in a puppy pen. We also start getting the dam out and away from the pups to prepare for the weaning process. Around weeks 3 or 4 we start supplementing the pups with goats milk. We use goats milk because the pups stomachs can not process cows milk. The pups have been getting the tips of their nails clipped to get them use to this feeling and to help the dam be more comfortable while they nurse. The pups are handled more and more each day. They are introduced to toys and playing. We continue to show them lots of love and continue the early neurological stimulation program. Week 5 to follow.
We still have 4 female Dutch Shepherd Puppies for sale but may have only 3 after this weekend! Do not wait if you want a Dutch Shepherd Puppy from this breeding!
Bill Kennedy has been working and training full service K9's for over ten years.