We found another crown! | Puppies

Hi! I have more news about our Rhodesian Ridgeback pupps. About Honey Banny, to be more specific. It kind of changes, well, everything.

And since you’ve already read the title, you know what it’s going on. On Sunday my family had a lot of visitors (I say my family, because I’m in Brno till 30th January) – the owner of the Lion’s Dark breed station (her name is Lucy) with her whole family, the owner of Ecaille (her name is Slávka), one German family and one Czech family.

Lucy came to take professional photos of the puppies, Slávka to check the puppies themselves and make sure everything is alright, and the two families came to choose a puppy (they chose Houdie and Hakuna, I think).

Anyway, during the checking of the pupps, Slávka noticed a third crown in Honey’s ridge. If you don’t know what a crown is, it’s a spiral of hair, which forms the ridge. A standard Ridgeback is supposed to have two of these spirals. However, sometimes happens, that the puppy is born with more than two. And apparently this happened to Honey, only we didn’t notice before, because the crown was too small.

Sooo, that means she’s not a standard puppy. Now there is one sad and one happy thing about this situation. The sad thing is, that she was already booked and paid for by one German family, who was so excited about her, because they wanted a puppy-girl specifically from Bayonne; and if they planned to go on exhibitions with her, they can’t now. And if that was a case, (this is the happy thing) we would keep her. 🙂

Lucy has written an email to the family, asking them if they still wanted her. They haven’t replied yet, so I’ll inform you once I’ll know more.

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