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In the Beginning...

Born May 21, 1999, Cutter is our first dog. We met his litter at five weeks, then returned to choose him from the three remaining males when they were 8 weeks old. He was one of two orange-collared pups. We bonded with him on our very first visit.


Sophie, Cutter's mom, with her healthy litter (11 pups)


The only image we have of Cwazi, Cutter's dad, described by the breeder as "a big, red, African dog."


Photos sent to us before our visit show a mysterious orange-collared dog struggling to climb up the step, as if to say, 'Get me away from these puppies, I belong with the humans'


Bonnie's son helps socialize the pups


Okay, this is a tough one. Both orange-collared dogs do what Cutter does best


Litter mates at 5 weeks


More litter mates, but that's not Cutter in orange, we don't think


This is more like the Cutter we know and love


Marc bonds with orange-collared boy


We return at 8 weeks to take home a pup. Here,the breeder and Marc supervise play. We hung out with the three males for about 45 minutes, watching them interact, trying to choose...


An early lure-courser in the making


These two guys were inseparable


We picked this sweetheart


Making friends before the long drive home


Puppy-butt

 

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