Welcome! Great pics! I'd love to see more of your new pup.
Great pictures, other than the snakes (yikes, glad I don't live there)! Nothing better than fresh garden vegetables, farm fresh eggs and chickens! That is our dream to one day move out of the city and have our own chickens.
Oh boy. Five weeks. Okay. So you're no snowflake and I'll be honest with you. She left her mom way too early. Many pups that leave that early end up with issues because they didn't learn important things from mom and littermates. I know. My Ella was a foster fail at that same age. Covered in fleas, all four pads burned, and just a mess. I understand why you took her early. If you have access to any family or friends with rock solid, well adjusted adult dogs that you feel safe visiting with everything that's going on then take advantage of it. She would greatly benefit from being around well adjusted, friendly adult dogs.
If that's a recent picture, maybe have her checked for worms again. Her belly looks possibly wormy to me, but it could just be the angle. She's a cutey and I hope you post a lot of pictures as she grows.
Congratulations on the new pup! What a cutie. Beautiful pics of the farm and it looks like your new addition will be keeping busy and keeping guard! Have you named her? Looking forward to seeing pics as she grows. All the best!Yup, she left to early But but but , No way I was leaving without her.. I have a very broad animal history so I feel quite confident she'll know who ALPHA in the pack is.. LOL and it's not her.. I would have loved to pick her up at 8 weeks, but it was a get while the getting was good or miss out..
Congratulations on the new pup! What a cutie. Beautiful pics of the farm and it looks like your new addition will be keeping busy and keeping guard! Have you named her? Looking forward to seeing pics as she grows. All the best!