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Born 3/12/2016. 2 days old in the picture ;o)

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ringleader

Adorable, Donna. I imagine they have grown a lot by now.

retiredwizard

WOW! Donna they look like the most adorable little drowned rats......(said with great respect and much love hehe). Or maybe little black seals! Either way, the word 'precious' comes to mind right away. Is two a normal size litter for Reba? I've seen her with two black puppies before (I think) and I also know she's had a tan (carmel, light brown?) colored puppy as well. Are you planning on keeping them both or do you ever sell any of them? How many does that make for your family now? I'm so happy you put a picture up - love seeing them grow and change. From now until 6 months it's like a rocket going off! Thanks a lot Donna, we'll be waiting for more ... Nadine

monicapocincnet

Oh my gosh, that's a lot of puppies, poor mommy, that must have been so hard on her. Thanks so much for sharing this puzzle!

ChicagoLiz

so tiny--for a minute or 2!

myladydanes

There was a litter of 19 born in Pennsylvania in 2014. Our biggest litter was 13. ;o)

monicapocincnet

Hi there myladydanes, how cute is this! I've got to ask, what's the most puppies a Great Dane can have in one litter?

myladydanes

You're very welcome, 1JigFan ;o)

kansaskalamity

Do keep us updated as they grow! What little darlings! ;o) Kathy

1JigFan

Yeah! Thanks so much for sharing.

myladydanes

Thank you, Calibound & Kathy. She only had 2 Kathy. Both girls ;o)

Calibound

Adorable thank you for sharing myladydanes

kansaskalamity

Awww, how sweet! Are there only three? That's all that I can see from here anyway. It's sometimes hard to believe that such wee ones can get so big. ;o) Blessings, Kathy