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Ultrasound Picture

Here is the ultrasound of Shiloh's puppy at 1 month gestation.Shiloh's due date is fast approaching! With each spring flower that begins to push through the soil we step one day closer to the arrival of the puppies. I wish spring would feel as though it were here.  The weather in Pittsburgh has still been pretty lousy. It has been cold up until just recently and now gray and rainy. I remember reading somewhere that Pittsburgh was ranked as one of the grayest cities in the USA. I definitely can believe it! At least we are ranked as one of the friendliest cities in the United States as well. Maybe all of this dismal weather causes those of us living in Pitsburgh to be extra sunny on the inside... not a bad trade off really. Our family has been busy with school and activities, but we are all ready for the delivery of the pups. I thought I'd include a picture of one of the puppies that was taken via ultrasound. Although I literally can't make heads or tails out of the picture! I could barely distinguish what I was seeing on my children's ultrasounds. Dogs are even more complicated to decipher. We will be going in for x-rays in about a week to make certain of the number of puppies expected. That will be wonderful news. I will let you know as soon as we find out. Happy Friday, and happy birthday Julie!

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