It's officially sweater season here in North Dakota. The weather shifted from pleasant and 40 degrees to a high in the low 30's and very windy with wind chills near 0 and snow on the horizon. We needed some doggy outerwear to keep that recently shorn tummy of the new puppy warm. Shaak Ti's brown sweater fits her well (we got Shaak Ti a new sweater) since it's a bit longer.
Our only issue is that she plays too rough with Shaak Ti and Tito (totally expected for a puppy her age) and doesn't understand yet that every waking moment isn't play time (again, totally expected for a puppy her age) with every dog she sees. This is also one of the few areas where being deaf can be a hindrance. With puppies and dogs, auditory feedback is important to communicate to/from your play buddy if you're playing too rough. Since deaf pooches can't hear the whines, yips, or squeals from other dogs if they're being too rough, it can make the "learning how to play nice" process a bit slower.
We got our first snow of the year last night and this morning, a nice comfortable dusting. With a bit of luck, the next set of puppy pictures should be of the "Puppy's First Snow" variety.