What has "MVD" Quito been doing the last few days?
Taking care of her brand new babies!!
Three boys and three girls. We love it - Mother Nature was equal!
Two of the boys are black and white. The largest, active fellah is DRIVER (left). He is pushing his siblings around already. The little, mostly white bodied boy, with brown checks is calm and collected. That's IRON. (right)
White? Quito is sliver and Daddy Biscuit is black with brown and white trim.
Is there a "Milkman" in the neighborhood, you ask??
No. Quito (as well as her caretakers) was very selective during the breeding. Biscuit's mother, Lillith, and these pups' Grandmother, had a white and black pup two years before Biscuit was born. So, there are "white" genes in the past. We always tell people that Alaskan Huskies, as well as us dog mushers, are color blind anyhow. We don't care what color our "Super Dogs" are!
Here is a close up of IRON. (below)
WOODY is the big Brown boy with a racing stripe down his back. (below) He is never far from his Mama.
The twin black girls are SANDY (left) and WEDGY (right). SANDY has a white collar around her entire neck and a small spot on her forehead. Wedgy has a half collar and a larger forehead spot. These two will certainly take on individual traits as they continue to grow, but right now.... don't blink, you'll get them confused!
WELCOME TO SP KENNEL!!