September 4, 2021
Welcome to this week’s update at Lamgo Farms! I’m happy you’ve dropped by to see just what is happening with our family, farm and fluffy doodles!
It’s been a while since I’ve updated everyone here. I apologize for my absence online. It’s been a busy few weeks and yesterday, our littlest Lamgo, Sara, turned three years old! I cannot believe she is three already. The days may be long but the years are surly speeding up on us.
We are about to send home another litter of puppies and then we will have a tiny break again to get ready for our super big season.
We are preparing for a long break at Christmas so we can rest and spend time together as a family. So our two seasons have been moved back to back to fill all of the requests for puppies.
Caring for puppies and mama’s for several weeks without much of a break can be exhausting which is why we put a lot of planning and team work into our busy seasons.
Our adult and teenage children all lend a helping hand for this season to assist in cleanup, socializing both adult dogs as well as new puppies, farm work and putting puppy packets together at the end of each puppy’s stay with us.
I’m so very thankful for these busy times as much as I am thankful for the rest during the down time. I know we will have a few breedings over the next few months which will give us puppies going home early on in the new year.
Our Rosita puppies went home today. It’s always a little sad sending these babies home, but I do enjoy seeing those pictures once they make it home and are already snuggling in with their families. That is the joy.
With so much to do this weekend between the birthday celebration and puppies going home, I’m not going to be able to attach each picking list to all of our litters. We do have some picking spots available depending on your preferences.
To inquire about a picking spot on a particular litter, scroll down and check out just how to reserve a spot.
It’s been a long day on the farm, so I’ll sign off for now and see you all next weekend.Continue reading