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Our Springer Spaniel young puppies are 21 days old and we go back to the pup pen to catch up on the young Springers’ advancement. Because our last go to, the pup’s eyes have actually opened they’re a lot more knowledgeable about their environments and walking around. With just 3 pups in the litter, the young Springers are stacking on weight and growing quickly. Owner and breeder Lisa explains she likes them to spend their very first couple of weeks in the whelping pen in the kitchen area, so they get used to noise and a house environment. She likewise handles the pups regularly. This makes them sqeak. Pup bariking isn’t anticipated for another couple of days. The young pet dogs are from a working line of Springers. They Mum, Poppy, is likewise doing well. With a small litter, she’s slimming down and handling to keep a close eye on her young brood.