10 month pups- PT and new pics :)

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As many of you know I had some health issue hit in April and May of this year and have not been on. I did want to step in for a minute and update. Been a rainy 2 weeks and I have had some down time so ... I pulled up some pics and will give a brief update.

Before I begin can I just say how much I love this litter! I know much has to do with the sire and dam but they are truly awesome dogs.

OK- After I got sick it was decided we would hold the dogs and raise them up started/trained. This will be a LONG update so it will be 2 parts because only 10 pics per post.... I will give more detail at the end of the 2nd post.

Bernard went to his new home at just turning 8 months. A great family farm with goats, chickens, geese. Bernard was trained by my daughter FOR the family farm so Bernard was slotted for a farm that had children as he adores children.
Here he is in his new home. He went with a family that also got 2 of our mini's so that was pretty cool.
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Loves his human charges too!
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Hanging out in the barn
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and more goats...
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Simba came for a visit recently (he was called "Green")
I teared up when he came... I sure did LOVE that boy! Still do. Came right in with his brothers and sire/dam
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Above you can see P.T. if you remember he was PT short for "pocket Toli". LOL He sure isn't pocket anything! He grew up to be very tall! He weighs in at 110 now. Simba is tracking same weight. PT is hard to get pics of. A great dog! He is being raised as started (which he is fine with all livestock now just still young) or fully trained. Here he is below next to "Chunk" by baby!;) "Chunk" is now just at 18 months. Still my boy!
Anatolian Pyrenees Pup 9months Callie-D pup-PT and Chunk Great Pyr. pup   Wingin' it Farms.JPG

OK I know Chunk is not a toli/pyr but he is my baby and I had to put him in! :p I scissored his coat down as he has a very massive LONG dense coat and it was so hot this year I kept him scissored down so he is not in full coat. Here he is again. I love how this boy smiles. Chunk is still highly protective of me.
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Silver... Silver is immature;) he is one of the smaller pups, very sweet, playful with the other dogs. He will stay longer... and will be paired with another dog.
Here he is at 7 months with 2 kids.
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9 months 95 lbs
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His favorite spot!
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So I have maxed out my 10 pics and will have to do a part 2!:D
 

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Now comes Leo...115lbs and monster tall... can't tell from the pics. He went to the family that has several of our other LGD's. They have "Toby" too Chunks brother. :)
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Which of course you all remember "NOT Leo" ... bou I wish we wouldn't have named him that! :rolleyes:
Not Leo is also tall and weighs in at 110.
He has his sires ridge on his muzzle. I knew he'd have a broad head like "D". This dog could have his own thread much like "Blue".
More on Not Leo later. He is under contract and will go to his new family farm within the next month or two. They visit him often.
Not Leo is darker and is definitely a family favorite. LOL Like his momma he loves being up high.
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This is Not Leo on the ramp, Silver on the spool, and PT under. These are the worlds SAFEST GOATS! :lol: :lol: :lol:
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Not Leo is suppose to be here....
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but the darn charger keeps failing and the wire goes down... NOT good... so he keeps having to be back up by the house in the little field. 4 chargers so far. :hu

Now comes "Blue". :) :) :):love :love :love
Can you tell I like "Blue"?:lol:
Blue is also called "Baluga", and Balou....
He is my kind of dog... just enough "naughty" to keep him interesting... truly half his momma and half his daddy! He is as you guessed MY BOY. This gets pretty funny because he knows Chunk is my boy. This does get comical. He is an awesome guardian. He and Chunk hang out all the time. Blue is staying. We will need him when we move and expand.

Blue at 7 months...
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Now at 9months 110 lbs

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Blue in front PT in back... Blue looks so much like his momma! Truly a Callie's boy.
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If this isn't the Callie look!
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Very tired now but hopefully I can get back on and share some ups and downs (not too many :)) in the rearing of the dogs.
Hope you all enjoy the pics!

Oh, and I also wanted to add THANK YOU :hugs to all those that prayed and hoped for Callie after that rough time at delivery. She is doing great... gained all her weight back and is Callie. LOL All her boys are taller than she is!:)
 

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Thanks for the update, Southern! :hugs

MY, how your beautiful, sweet puppies have grown up into BIG, beautiful, awesome LGDs!!!

What a great way to go out with a bang on your last litter. :D A lot of prayers went up for you and Callie - and God came through for both of you! :hugs

It's hard to believe Callie's pups are ten months old. It seems like just yesterday you were so worried about Callie delivering and just amazed that the whole litter was ALL BOYS!!! :ep :lol:
 

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so good to hear from you and get the low down on the boys. time flies whether your having fun or not. the boys are looking beautiful and so smart. Katie is still by herself, working all night to keep us all safe from harm. take care of yourself and remember that prayers and good thoughts still come your way.
 

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Thanks so much for pics and by-line! Pups look fantastic! Mel is doing great here (Orange collar). He has the run of the place. He's long and lean, and tall, weighing about 110-115. When he stands up his head/nose is just about at the base of my sternum and his shoulders are at my waist level. His weight fluctuates as sometimes he just doesn't want to eat. Getting cooler at night now and he ate his breakfast this morning. Still (trying to) feed twice a day. He's starting to thicken up his coat for winter.

Keep yourself well Lady! Really glad to hear from you on here again.
 
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