Weekendens hvalpevisit

juni 3, 2014 at 18:07

Boxer puppy

Boxer puppies

Boxer puppy

Boxer puppies

Boxer puppy

Boxer kiss

Boxer puppy

Boxer puppy

Boxer puppy

Boxer puppy

Der er næppe nogen, der kan have overset, at jeg har en helt særlig forkærlighed for fladtrynede hunde, særligt boksere. Jeg kommer fra en bokserfamilie, hvor både min mormor og morfar, min mor og sine tre brødre og deres respektive familier alle har eller har haft boksere. (Det nyeste familiemedlem er Walther). Så da kusine A spurgte om jeg ville med ned og besøge deres venners fem uger gamle bokserhvalpekuld var svaret indlysende.

 

Vi endte med at spendere næsten to timer i selskab med seks små bokserhvalpe, der alle blev kysset, krammet og nusset – nååh ja, og fotograferet. Jeg kunne vitterligt føle mit hjerte vokse sig større, som jeg sad der omgivet af de kæreste hvalpe. Det må være lykken! Jeg tror, at jeg er nødt til at prøve at opdrage et kuld en dag. Bare gå hver dag og nusse om de små vippervappere og give dem masser af kys og kram, så de alle bliver de sødeste puttehunde. Problemet er nok bare, at jeg ville aldrig sælge dem. Jeg tænker, at hvis jeg har svært ved farvel til mennesker, så kan det da kun gå galt, hvis det er en flok små, nuttede boksere.

 

Efter fri leg i haven kom hvalpene ind for at spise. Jeg har aldrig set hvalpe ligge til hos deres mor før, og jeg har helt fascineret af processen. De små hvalpe masserer omkring brystvorten med deres poter for at stimulere mælkeproduktionen. Det bedste af det hele var de lyde både hvalpene og moren udstødte undervejs. Jeg overdriver ikke, når jeg siger, at det lød som et helt maskinrum. Jeg har lagt en lille video på Instagram, så I kan høre, hvor tosset det lød. Jeg vil ønske jeg kunne nå at komme til Sydfyn igen, inden hvalpene flytter hjemmefra. Bedste-lørdag-nogensinde!

 

English: It has hardly escaped anyone that I have a quite special affection for the flat-nosed dogs, especially boxers. I come from a boxer-family, where both my grandparents, my mom and her three bothers and their respective families all have or have had boxers. (The newest family member is Walther). So when cousin A asked me if I wanted to go visit their friends’ five weeks old boxer puppies that answer was obvious. 

 

We ended up spending almost two hours in the company of six little boxer puppies, all of which got kissed, hugged and cuddled – oh yeah, and photographed. I could feel my heart grow in size, as I was sitting there surrounded by the cutest puppies. It must be happiness! I think I’ll have to raise a brood of puppies one day. Just cuddle those little fur balls and give them lots of kisses and hugs, so they all would grow up to be the sweetest snuggle bugs. The only issue is that I would never sell them. I’m thinking if I have a hard time saying goodbye to people, when I can see it ending well with a brood of cute little boxers. 

 

After playing in the garden the puppies came inside to eat. I’ve never seen puppies getting fed by their mom, and I was so fascinated by the process. The little puppies would massage around the nipple with the paws to stimulate the milk production. The best part of it all were the sounds both the puppies and the mom made as it was going on. I’m exaggerating when I say it sounded like an engine room running. I’ve uploaded a short video on to Instagram, so you can hear how crazy it sounded. I wish I could make it to that neck of the woods again before the puppies move out. Best-Saturday-ever!

Boxer puppies and their mom

Boxer puppies feeding

Boxer puppy

Boxer puppy

Boxer puppies

Boxer puppies and their mom

Boxer puppies

Boxer puppies feeding

Boxer puppies