They’re Here!

Our 2019 litter arrived May 10, 2019; a litter of 5 boys and 2 girls by BISS GCH Meadow Crest’s Just Call Me Sir, “Walter”, out of CH Talbot Hill Dukeang Pressed For Time. Mom and babies are all doing well.

Olive with her new family

Introducing the individual puppies, starting with the girls, who were named for my grandmothers:

Exactly one month before they were born, we lost our beloved red & white, multiple BIS/BISS CH Talbot Hill’s Thyme After Time, “Herbie”, leaving a big, empty red hole in our home. We prayed that there would be a red & white boy in this litter to fill the void…we were blessed with two! “Herbie” loved to watch Harry Potter so the first boy was named Albus and was the inspiration for the “A” theme for the puppy names. Arthur is a redheaded “Weasley”:

The tri-color boys are named for members of the British Royal Family. Archie, the smallest, and first born, is named for the new Baby Sussex. Albert is the largest of the puppies at birth and bears the “mark of quality” (stripe across the hips), as my dear friend, Alyce, would say.

Updates about the puppies will be provided on my blog each Friday and you can follow their progress on the Litter Page at the link below:

Litter Page


2 thoughts on “They’re Here!

  1. Just awesome, Carrie! Congratulations, although I don’t envy you for all the work you’re in for! Give Olive a kiss from Paris and Candy.

    1. Thank you, Nick! I’m still trying to recover from all of the work that I just went through! It was a rather lengthy and “hands on” free-whelped delivery. Mom and puppies are doing well and my role is relatively minor for the next couple of weeks…just watch them grow! 💖

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