Second, I strongly second this suggestion!Awwww those eyes!
I have a blue Merle that is 3yr old. His passions in life, frisbee, fresh fruit/veggies, frisbee, love/cuddles, frisbee, food, frisbee...you get the idea.
Have you researched the mdr1 gene? I can't recommend strongly enough to have him tested, it's $70 and so worth the money BEFORE you start flea meds or his first procedure (usually neutering). We tested our Skyler in the first couple days home, I had the kit waiting for him (he had to be home at least 24hr before we could test).
So the adults were tested prior to breeding and the pups have also been tested, the results just aren't in uet...You certainly do luv2bite. I'm pretty sure you can't test the pups before the adults have been bred and I've already stated the results for the adults. The breeder is waiting for the pup's results and will send a copy to me when she gets them. I trust her and I trust the trainer. Relax.
She never said, in earlier posts, pups were tested, just that parents were. If those were the results a copy for her vet records is good to have & no need to test pups.So the adults were tested prior to breeding and the pups have also been tested, the results just aren't in uet...
Sounds good to me.
Perhaps luv2bite perhaps just read things wrong?