This is the story of Dr. Kitty Kenyon's Great Danes. There will be funny stories, educational material and what it is like to live with a buch of Great Danes and why you should own one.
Sunday, March 6, 2011
puppies 3 weeks old
The pups have their eyes open and are starting to play. They have had their first feeding of a gruel. They will come up to the pen when you put your finger in so they are staring to respond to stimuli. They are oh sooooo cute.
I am Dr. Kathleen Kenyon, a veterinarian who has her own practice in central California. I am also a dog shower and breeder of blue and black Great Danes. I breed usually one or two litters a year. My dogs are all health checked before they breed and I sell for quality and not quantity.
I live with 11 Great Danes so it can be pretty hectic at my house. All the dogs are house dogs and noone is in a kennel. When my dogs are done breeding they are not shipped out to other homes cause once you are part of my pack you are there to stay.
My web site has lots of pictures and I have a hanging out page that shows the dogs longing on the coach.