CC has a new home! The little princess tricked both Karen and I when it came to her weight. She charted in at almost 7ozs when she was born. In a perfect text-book world, that would equate to a 7lb adult weight. I never use the charts to state adults weights, but it usually works as a wonderful guide to help estimate using a puppies parents and past 6 generations to make my educated guess. Blue’s puppies ALWAYS throw me a huge curve ball and CC’s tiny weight is the proof!
Both Karen and I are not comfortable breeding females under 5lbs. 4.5 lbs has been done, but not without careful planning and a lot of nail-biting. CC hasn’t even reached 4 lbs! YIKERS! There was no use in waiting inevitably for her to only remain tiny. While she is still under a year old, placing her in a home where she could be the princess was Karen’s wish. I had the perfect home in mind to fulfill that wish!
My friend Patti had Ace with her and her family for several months, only to find the marking a bit too much to deal with. A female would be the perfect choice for them and CC fit the bill! They are a social family and CC is a social butterfly. And come to find out, when I brought her to her new home this afternoon – she loves to swim too! Which is a good thing because they have a pool that the family spends a lot of time in. Within an hour of her arrival, she jumped right onto the floaty and enjoyed keeping cool with the rest of us!