Mixed Breed Puppies

RECENTLY ADOPTED – DOES NOT SHOW TO PUBLIC

Mixed Breed Puppies

A very motley crew of puppyliciousness!

We transferred in these nuggets from our friends at Tuolumne County Animal Control. All were found living under a house with two nursing adult female dogs. One of the adult mamas couldn’t be caught, but we took the other one — who is now nursing a trio of unrelated four-week-old puppies that were surrendered without a mom. (That mama and her three surrogate puppers are headed into foster care with one of our volunteers for a month or so.)

So, are these babies related to each other? Some surely are. Some probably aren’t. It’s a genetic mystery!

They’re quite a Whitman’s Sampler: fluffy; flat-coated; ears that look likely to stand up; ears that will probably droop. All appear to be 8 weeks old. We see a whole breed assortment in these: could be some border collie, labrador, Great Pyrenees, a splash o’ pittie, and who knows what else. They’re the epitome of what we call “a really great mix.” We estimate their adult size at 45-55 pounds or thereabouts. We have both females and males available (but you gotta come meet ’em to find out who’s who).

And ooooh, are they sweet! Very friendly, wiggly, and outgoing, and ready to melt your heart.

Pet Facts

Dog
Males and females
Mixed breed

Age

Puppies

Coat

Short hair

Color

Assorted

Special Considerations?

None

Location

The Calaveras Humane Society Shelter – 1209 Highway 49 – Angels Camp, CA