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Hi Ivy, They had their third set of shots and Rabies shot today. The vet said they looked great. Amos weighed 16.2 lbs and Andi was 12.5 lbs. That's about a pound a week on average. We figure Amos will probably get to about 35 lbs and Andi might make 25 lbs, but she had better grow some longer legs or her belly will drag the ground! Leash training is going great for Andi. She watches me to see where to go and just keeps trotting along. Amos on the other hand thinks he has to stop at each house so that people will come out to pet him. The problem is that so many do that it takes us forever to make a loop around the neighborhood! Everyone just oohhs and aahhs about how precious they are. They think Amos is a handsome lover boy and that Andi has the cutest face! Of course we agree totally! We try to walk them twice a day plus they have a couple of run-around-the-back-yard times as well. Puppy school starts for them the first week in November. Besides eating anything wooden in sight, they are both great at snapping off my plants while in full running stride. Terry has fenced off most of my important plants but blooming flowers beware. Did you know that Zinnias were edible? Andi is also a proficient lizard catcher as well. So far she has caught three that we know of. Fortunately, all have survived. They both have gone after some of my low flying butterflies, too. We had a stern talking-to about that being a NO NO! They love their TV time each night. I put Andi on my lap or chest and she lays there and goes to sleep. Amos lays beside Terry and manages to stretch himself out so that he has one whole cushion of his own. They will stay there for over an hour if you let them. I am attaching some photos for your website, if you wish to use them. As you can tell, they have changed some. Amos is getting some brown in his muzzle as well as in the hair on his feet pads. His hair seems to be straighter on his body but still curly around the face. He does shed some. Andi's new hair is lighter in color although she still has an apricot streak down her back. The hair on her feet is getting curly as it grows and she has some waves across her back. I hope the others who got Annie's pups are as happy as we are. They are exhausting at times but always entertaining and lovable!