Tuesday, February 23, 2010

Day 4 for Puppies, Day 1 of Bio Sensor

February 23, 2010.  It's a miserable raining day but the puppies are warm and snug.  I'm trying to get caught up on all the things I let slide while preparing for Westminster and Puppies.  The puppies are continuing to grow and today we started an early neurological stimulation program for the puppies called 'Bio Sensor'.  This link, Bio Sensor Information, gives a full explanation of the program. Based on years of research, the military learned that early neurological stimulation exercises could have important and lasting effects.  There are 5 simple exercises that are performed each day from Day 3 to Day 16.  We are starting on Day 4 because yesterday was vet day for the pups.  Five benefits have been observed in canines that were exposed to the Bio Sensor stimulation exercises: 1) Improved cardio vascular performance (heart rate); 2) Stronger heart beats; 3) Stronger adrenal glands; 4) More tolerance to stress; and 5) Greater resistance to disease.  I will post pictures of the exercises at a later date as I need someone around to hold the camera as I work with the puppies :)

Sharon's been with the puppies most of the day.  Yesterday she was taking breaks, today she does not want to leave them. 

Even Sawyer came in to visit.  She's being really good about letting him see her babies....from a distance :)

The puppies are just so cute snuggling together.

And of course, there's Boy Blue by himself.

Pink is hanging with Mom.

Sawyer is just content to be with me in the kitchen while I'm working.

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