This is what they looked like last year, right before they went home with their forever families :)
Purple Litter goes Home
In the photo above, Beckett is on the left, Jaxson in the middle, and Violet is on the right.
I am so happy to share an update on each of these beautiful pups!
First, here are some things these siblings all have in common.
They are all very affectionate, love everyone they meet, and love other animals and want to play all day long. Oh my goodness...what is not too love!
Sweet. That word describes all three pups.
Funny thing, they almost all hate to ride in the car...just like their Mama Chloe...so...no chance these dogs will be in any of those cute Subaru commercials.
Thank you to the families of Beckett and Jaxson for sharing this info about their pups and some photos too :)
Now, a little bit of individualism
Let's start with Beckett
Snowypaw goldens, it is next to impossible to stay mad at her for more than a few hours.
Beckett is very affectionate, gives kisses and hugs on request, loves playing with other dogs, especially ones bigger than her, loves her neighborhood walks, playing fetch, swimming, her human boy Liam, and sitting on the stairs. (yes, that's a bit weird)
Next we have Jaxson
Big boy Jaxson, who currently weighs 90 lbs. This first photo is when he went home for the first time. Happy Happy boy!
and, rounding up the siblings is my very own Violet.
Violet weighs 55 lbs. She has her human Dad completely wrapped, whipped, and enamored. She does test our patience on a weekly basis, but she is forgiven within minutes. She loves to chew sticks, but sticks do not like her...and usually after a stick chewing incident there is a loose bowel incident...needless to say we have a Bissell Spotbot that has become our favorite handy appliance. Keep her away from sticks you might say? We try that. Even with 4 feet of snow, which she loves by the way, Violet still manages to fetch herself a stick...she either pulls one off our hurtin apple tree or steals one from the wood pile. She's also been known to go lookin for her favorite cat treats too.
Violet was nicknamed "Chicken" out of her litter. Whenever I went to visit the three of them Beckett was the spunky social one, Jaxson was the confident sweet one, and Violet would hide behind the other two like a little scaredy cat. That changed the moment we brought her home. She doesn't appear to be afraid of the normal things other dogs are afraid of...and she absolutely loves the vacuum...which is a good thing...because I use it often. Unlike Jaxson, Violet is quite vocal. We never picked up on her silent cues when she needed to go out...so...God bless her, she has learned to ask. She has a pretty urgent sounding whine that she emits when she needs to go. Unfortunately, we humans cannot yet decipher the difference between the urgency whine I-gatta-go with the urgency whine of I-wanna-go-outside-and-play...
Guess she's a Snowypaw :)
Lastly, Violet loves her canine Mama, and I am just about one of the luckiest humans on the planet to get to have them both in my life.
Again. Feeling Grateful :)
(boy doesn't that grass look nice!)