The Life & Times of Elvis
Puppyhood - 37 to 40 Weeks




Elvis is sometimes reluctant to go to sleep for fear of missing something.
He tries to keep one eye open for as long as possible. In the end, sleep wins him over.






Elvis never misses a chance to show off his ability to jump up on things.



Recently, he had his first experience with lure coursing and as these pictures relate, he loved it.
Even when it wasn't his turn, he kept a watchful eye.





Be vewy qwiet, the whodesian widgeback is hunting wabits that can cwimb twees.



Looking handsome with Mom near the Great Pumpkin.



I don't want to give you the impression that life with Elvis is a bed of roses. He's become quite the counter surfer in his young age. The feathers are all that's left from a pillow that Elvis had slept with for at least four months. I guess he got sick of it...


At homecoming, Elvis was introduced to this little girl and it was hard to tell who was more excited.







We're in the process of teaching Elvis to drive.
He thinks he's further along in his training then we do.
Luckily, he can't quite reach the pedals yet.

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