There’s been a dramatic change in strength and mobility over the last week. As the puppies grow, their rear legs catch up to their front legs.
Most puppies can stand and sit by 3 weeks, and are starting to totter. As they develop their individuality, they’re also becoming more independent. You don’t just see them as a row of identical fat sausages!
Three weeks old is also when puppies start teething—cutting their first baby teeth. There’s a reason the teeth are showing up! Breeders start offering solid food at this point. A litter can be challenging for the mother, especially if it’s a big one.
Seeing three-week-old puppies interact with their siblings is so cute.
Now the play begins, and you’ll even hear the puppies growl at one another.
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