Watch our Great Pyrenees puppy, Kiska, as she grows!

How is Kiska 10 weeks already? I feel like we just picked her up, yet that we’ve had her for months at the same time. Time sure does fly.

Kiska, our Great Pyrenees puppy, at 10 weeks.

Weight: 18.6 pounds (That’s 5 pounds from last week! Actually getting good nutrition makes a huge difference)

Height at withers:  14.5 inches

Length (shoulders to base of tail):  17 inches

Favorite treat: Merrick Power Bites Turducken Recipe

Favorite chew: Thin, curled bully sticks

Favorite thing to chew: Walls and anything wooden – patios, tanbark, etc.

Favorite toy: Toys that “crinkle”

Waking up at night?: Usually one time, many nights not at all

Accidents in the house?: Only with an environment change until she knows how to ask to go out.

Skills learned: Down, leave it, place, stand

New experiences: Made more new dog and people friends, went to Target, learned how to wear a harness.

Naughty habit: Chewing the corners of walls (Mauja always did this as a puppy!)

Victories: Becoming better at walking on a leash, starting to run to the door when she needs out.

What we’re working on: Housebreaking, leave it and place from a distance, come

10 Week Photos

Kiska, our Great Pyrenees puppy, at 10 weeks. Kiska, our Great Pyrenees puppy, at 10 weeks. Kiska, our Great Pyrenees puppy, at 10 weeks. Kiska, our Great Pyrenees puppy, at 10 weeks. Kiska, our Great Pyrenees puppy, at 10 weeks. Kiska, our Great Pyrenees puppy, at 10 weeks. Kiska, our Great Pyrenees puppy, at 10 weeks. Kiska, our Great Pyrenees puppy, at 10 weeks. Kiska, our Great Pyrenees puppy, at 10 weeks. Kiska, our Great Pyrenees puppy, at 10 weeks. Kiska, our Great Pyrenees puppy, at 10 weeks. Kiska, our Great Pyrenees puppy, at 10 weeks. Kiska, our Great Pyrenees puppy, at 10 weeks. Kiska, our Great Pyrenees puppy, at 10 weeks.

KEEPING UP WITH KISKA

Miss a Kiska update? We’ll link them below each week!

Introducing Kiska

8 Weeks

9 Weeks

1 comment on “Kiska: Great Pyrenees 10 Weeks”

  1. I wish I had another hand so I could foster a Pyr. I love my two big fluffpyrs but there’s something about having a little nugget around that livens everyone up.

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