Her owner, Amber Rees, said she’s proud of Cali, but mentions it’s been tumultuous, even with the exhilaration of so many new faces around.
“It’s been chaotic and crazy but fairly recreation, ” Rees, a part-time breeder, said. “Seeing all those puppies together has been really heartwarming and sugared — but it does test your fortitude sometimes.
“When we first took her for a scan the veterinarian told us to expect six or at most eight puppies, ” the 20 -year-old Rees lent. “That was how many I expected in my top. It happened last Wednesday. I said: ‘Cali looks like she’s panting a bit.’ I was staring at her — and then she merely started to push! “
Rees continued: “Within two minutes there was a puppy — and they are only maintained on coming. It got to the eighth one and it didn’t look like she was sIowing down. I was scandalized but delighted. She calmed down a bit after the first 12 so we raced her to the vet.”
This was Cali’s firstly litter, Amber said, and, unfortunately, nine of them passed away( not unexpected ), but there are still 11 puppies, making for a joyous occasion.
“The vet said he was surprised there wasn’t more[ extinctions ], ” Amber contributed. “Cali did well to push out the ones that she did.”
So what will Amber name the treasured pups?
“We haven’t decided any mentions yet other than Bambi, for the last one, ” she said. “I thought about going with Disney ladies for the females but after announcing one of them Ariel, I decided that it didn’t certainly clothing her.
“When a new proprietor buys them, they are unable to rename them.”