5 Weeks...
Well, we are practicing stacking.
Some are much better at it than others (as you can tell)!

Birth up to 2 Weeks...
Isn't it amazing how fast puppies grow?
While they are mostly sleeping, eating and going potty...
you can see they are trying to get their walking legs.
It was pretty hard to get good headshots as they never stopped moving...looking for something to suck on.  These guys have pretty healthy appetites! Tana was the best Mastiff mom we have ever had.  She did a great job of caring for her babies!

Be sure to look at all the Slideshows below.  Their ages and any descriptions are posted below the slideshow.  Some of them have TONS of pictures in them so be sure to use the arrows to either side to scroll through the various shots.

Teddy with his Mother (Tana), 
Grandmother (Georgia) and

Great-Grandmother (Lacey).
This is our 4th generation of brindles!

Sammy (fawn on left), Teddy (brindle in back), Tate (fawn in the middle) and Tess (fawn on the right).

3 - 4 Weeks...
There are a TON of pictures in this gallery. (Got to love digital cameras!) These pictures span the time of 3 to 4 weeks
and include the puppies first adventures into the puppy pen,
meal times, play times and a lot of sleeping puppies.

Tana (Can/Intl Ch Cedarhollow's Black Magic Woman)

was bred to Jules (Ch Audley Farm's Family Jules)


Here is Tana with the entire litter at 8 weeks.

This litter is exactly what we hoped it would be.  The combination of Tana & Jules has produced 3 Champions out of 3 shown.  All three of which can be seen on their individual pages. (Sammy, Salem and Tess)  They have done outstanding in the show ring with rather limited showing.  Sammy was owner handled to her Grand Championship qualifying her for Eukanuba.  
The puppies are pictured below at 8 weeks. This litter was born April 13th, 2006

- Mastiffs & Drevers -

6 Weeks...
This was the puppies' big adventure!  We loaded everyone in the car and headed to Victoria, BC for a show and stayed at our friend, Shannon Low of Resolute Mastiffs', house.  Shannon co-bred the litter and this was her first opportunity to see the puppies in person.  So, not only did they have a really long car ride, they also had a ferry ride!  It is quite challenging taking a litter of puppies on the road and taking precautions for all the germs that are out there!  But, they did great!  There are a TON of pictures of their adventure in the above gallery.  Just scroll through them using the arrows at either side of the thumbnails.