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Today on Meet The Pups,
Bonzo, Biscuit and Betsy are now five weeks old.
As well as feeding on their mum Lola's milk and eating solids,
it's time for them to try something new -
the best invention since sliced bread -
that is, breakfast!
That's for us, is it, Lola?
This... This food. It's for us, isn't it? Hm?
I think you'll find it's for the little ones.
Betsy, always the hungry one, is first to the plate,
and wastes no time claiming the scrambled egg for herself.
Oh, that's my plate, that! Oh, I love food! I love food! I love egg!
I love food. I just love it!
I love food! I love it!
Come on, Lola. You know it's not for you.
Yeah, move over, gobby chops.
Mmm...! That is nice.
That's nice. Oh, that's nice!
The pups need all that extra protein to help them grow.
Yeah, I've got an egg deficiency.
Vet says I have to eat egg. I have to eat it. Aye.
Come on, Bonzo. Wake up. You're missing out on breakfast.
-Yeah, come on.
-It smells nice, doesn't it?
Yeah, smells nice, and tastes... Oh! Delicious.
Hurry up, Bonzo. Before the egg hoover gets in there.
Oh, I was only watching. Honest.
That's all I was doing. Aye.
Well, that's good. Tuck in.
Don't listen to anything your father says about his "egg deficiency".
Aye, well, I'm only in here to look for my ball.
I'm sure it's in there.
-Bonzo, you've got to help me, son. I need egg. I need egg!
Yeah, egg. Aye...
Morgan, I'm watching you.
Come on, come on, gone.
Give the stick here to Daddy.
Give me the egg.
I can't...stand it any longer!
My, that is sticky.
Oh, this is Mission: Impossible!
Yeah, well, come on, Tom Cruise - I'll get you a dog biscuit.
Extra food means extra weight,
so it's time for a weigh-in.
Apart from making sure they're all getting enough to eat,
it also helps the owners calculate the correct amount of any medicine
the pups may need.
He rings in at a healthy 2.72kg.
HE BREAKS WIND
Although he might be a bit lighter after that!
Next for the weigh-in is Betsy.
Her weight matches Bonzo's almost exactly - 2.73kg.
And now for Biscuit.
I think we're going to need a bigger bowl!
Now, it's worming time.
At five and seven weeks old,
the pups need worming medicine from the vets
to kill any parasites they may have picked up from Lola's milk.
Oh, it's not too bad, that.
The medicine will kill all sorts of nasties
like tapeworms, roundworms...
And don't forget hook worms - I HATE hook worms!
Next it's Betsy's turn.
Oh, no, no!
I don't like that! No, no.
Finally, only Biscuit's left to go.
She doesn't seem to mind it too much, either.
Oh, no, that's nice! Yeah. You got any more?
Oh, no, nice...!
As they've taken their medicine so well,
the pups are given their first load of toys to play with.
It's all very new and weird for them.
But Biscuit soon gets stuck in.
BARKING AND GROWLING
And finally, Betsy gets the hang of it.
Here, get off! Go and play with your own tail.
Biscuit's found another use for this toy. I think she's a bit...
well, you know, confused.
I want milk - that's what I want.
Or medicine. I don't mind which. Come on. Give me some.
Go on, get the ball, son! On your nose!
I could have been a professional, you know.
Unfortunately, Morgan is still being kept away from the pups
in case he accidentally hurts them.
He's a bit clumsy.
Oh, no, that's not fair, is it?
That's not fair.
Dad, play! Come on, play!
Play! Yeah, play!
Ah, well, I better not, no. Mum's watching.
She, er, thinks I'll bite you.
It looks like watching all that play has frazzled Morgan and Lola.
I just wanted a chance.
A chance to play with my offspring!
Don't worry, Morgan. You'll get your chance.
You'll get into the pup pen soon enough.
The puppies are all zonked.
They love all the new stuff that's happening to them,
but they still need at least 12 hours' sleep a day.
It's a chance for the owners to rest, too.
Looking after new puppies is totally exhausting.
I'm off to bed, as well.
Having a puppy is a huge time-consuming responsibility.
If you want an idea of exactly what's involved,
check out the Meet The Pups page on the CBBC website.