Nagpo’s ultrasound

Good news. Nagpo is pregnant with at least four puppies! Even got to see a beating heart!

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9 Comments on “Nagpo’s ultrasound”

  1. Kathy says:

    Great news, Deb! Nagpo is a wonderful little mother.

  2. Susan M says:

    I’m reminded of the story of The Little Engine that Could….

    “I thought I could
    I thought I could
    I thought I could….

    You go Debbie!!!
    And thank yo for keeping Gompas alive one bitch/litter at a time !!!!

    Susan

  3. Susan M says:

    I know that the gestation period is supposed to be around 60 days, but I don’t know how far along Nagpo was when these pix were taken.

    When is she due?

  4. Gail Duboe says:

    Whatever happened with Nagpo’s puppies?

  5. gail says:

    Is Nagpo alright? I don’t understand why no one answered……

  6. lhasalhady says:

    Nagpo is fine and went to her new home yesterday. She’s with long-time grooming clients of mine, so I’ll get to see her on a regular basis. Woody and Barbara take wonderful care of their dogs, usually choosing to take an older dog into their home. They always have two dogs. Nagpo’s new canine friend is a poodle mix named Tulo (named after Colorado Rockies’ shortstop).

    Nagpo’s two sons are Tigle and Rishi – better known as Ricky. Ricky is with Julie. Tigle is with me.

    The reason I haven’t answered has everything to do with chairing the Native Stock Committee for the American Lhasa Apso Club. That work has taken up all my limited computer for the past months. Just this past week the native stock area of ALAC’s website is up and running: http://lhasaapso.org/nsc/

  7. Kathy says:

    Deb,
    Just checked out the Native Stock segment on ALAC…wow! You and your committee have done a tremendous job!! So much detail and info….also love the Tibet map photo….congrats on such an affirming and detailed portrait of the lhasa apso and Gompa Preservation.

  8. gail says:

    Whew!!!!!!!!!!! Well thats good news…Can’t wait to look at the ALAC site!!!! Thanks Debby…

  9. gail says:

    Under the Gompa section on the ALAC site, are the names of the Gompas anywhere? Where did you find the pictures of the beautiful Tibetan lhasas? I just loved all the photos….!!!!


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