Georgette Black Labrador Retriever Mix Female 6 Weeks Old ID#2897
Georgie came into Brookline’s care on 11/26/2020 as part of foster Nora’s litter when Nora started to give birth around 2am in her foster home early Thanksgiving day. She was 1lb, 1oz on 11/28. Please read her blog from the bottom up to learn more about her.
January 7, 2021
Georgie is now six weeks old and growing but not as quickly as everyone else! She is lightest pup of the litter weighing in at 8.5 lbs. The puppies are too big to weigh on the table top weigh scale so now I weigh them on a regular scale while I am holding them. All the puppies got their dewormer on December 30, and have been doing well. They get another dose next Wednesday, and will be going for their 8 week vaccinations on January 22.
Georgie is a cutie pie! She really seems to know her name and comes running when you call “Georgie!” Even though she is the smallest, she is a scrappy player, and always seems to be wrestling or chasing someone around the pen. Usually she is one of the last to go to sleep. She likes her stuffies, their tags, balls, rope toys, and maple chew toy.
She also likes to steal toy and chews from the other pups. If she thinks someone has something interesting, she runs over to investigate.
Georgie is a lap sitter and face licker. She seems to like water because I often find her climbing on top of the water bowl, or running through it!
January 1, 2021
Five weeks old!
December 28, 2020
Just a quick update on Georgie’s weight today. She weighed in at 5lbs, 15oz
December 26, 2020
Georgie continues to be as sweet as ever. Everyone likes to snuggle with this cute girl. Georgie was quick to get up and walk, and play with toys. She was also first to cut teeth. Georgie is very interactive with people and my resident dogs and Nora. She runs right up to the gate and barks to get picked up.
Georgie will sit in the middle of puppy commotion and stare up at you, watching whats going on outside the box. When we were trying to take some cute, Christmas pictures, Georgie was more interested in exploring than sitting pretty for me.
The first time I offered gruel, Georgie happily lapped it up. She did the same thing when I first introduced plain water to the group.
Georgie likes to explore outside of the whelping box. Georgie was the first to navigate stepping over the lip of the whelping box to the “feeding” area. She preferred to hang out in there initially to get some peace and quiet away from her siblings until they figured out how to get out of the box themselves.
Georgie likes coming out of the puppy area and seeing what’s going on in the rest of the house. She happily lays in everyones laps and watches what was going on and then contently falls asleep.
Georgie and Ace have a much softer and fluffier coat than the rest of the group and Nora.
Georgie enjoys playing with her siblings, and with the toys.
December 7, 2020
This adorable pup was born very early morning Thanksgiving day (11/26/2020) to my foster Nora along with her four sisters and two brothers. I’ll never forget their birthday since it is my birthday too! We decided we would name the pups from our favorite cartoon shows and movies. Georgette got her name from the poodle in Oliver and Company. Our Georgette embodies this spoiled pouch. Georgette is precocious. She has been the first to do everything from opening her eyes to walking.
Georgie, as we all loving call her, likes to sit in the middle of all the commotion and stare at us like “get me out of here”! and we all willingly oblige.
This girl is fluffier than the rest and is the cutest chunk. She loves to get her belly scratched and loves to be held.
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This adorable pup was born very early morning Thanksgiving day (11/26/2020) to my foster Nora along with her three sisters and two brothers. I’ll never forget their birthday since it is my birthday too! We decided we would name the pups from my grown kids favorite cartoon shows and movies.