The Challenge... - Timeless Lab

The Challenge…

The Challenge…

Week five has come and gone, and we’re quickly moving into week six, and cute puppy pictures with props have now become a thing of the past. Let me try and explain with a few keywords…piranhas, velociraptors, T-Rex, Speedy Gonzalas to name a few.

I had grand plans for this past week, and they were quickly shot down, as you’ll see, by some very cute and cuddly puppies that wouldn’t stay still.

You see, it started out fairly well. I had sleepy puppies. Sleepy puppies = cute pictures because they don’t move around as much.

It’s like Shyla has this whole posing for selfies thing down.

She’s a natural for the camera.

But then things start to unravel very quickly.

You see, the blanket that I thought once again would be a super cute backdrop with the snow boots also was used for a very pregnant Taylor.

It didn’t take long for them to get a whiff of mama on the backdrop.

Yup, a few whiffs of mom’s scent and my pictures took a turn for the wild side.

After this, they all began to get a little wild.

And my cute picture taking days with props were done.

I resorted to taking pictures from afar.

While they slept and played in their new environment, my garage.

A very important note is you have to be very careful with velociraptors, they lure you in with their cute expressions.

This little one? She’s an expert.

They try to make it look like they’re all tired out.

You know, like super sleepy…

And then BAM! One gets you from the other side.

Those razor sharp teeth love to bite into your pant legs, shoelaces and anything else they can get a hold of.

She’s telling me with her eyes that she has no idea what I’m talking about.

But I know little one…

I know the sugar and sweet and those razor sharp teeth!

You see, you can’t even fool your mama, Taylor tot, she’s watching from afar just like me. Safe behind the gate for the time being my little escape artists.

About Us

We're not your average breeder at Timeless Labs, we don't mass produce labradors, we breed for the love of the dog. So what does that mean for you? That means that each litter is thoroughly tested to ensure there are no health issues, and each of my girls are only breed two to three times max.

It all started with Crazi Mandi, and now it's Taylor Tot's turn.

We socialize them, start the training for behavior at 4 weeks and let them have lots and lots of love. We don't let our pups go to just anyone, while you're here visiting a pup to possibly take home, I'm secretly interviewing you to make sure it's a good fit.

We're also located in Meridian, Idaho.

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