Digging the Poundlane pack
Just a few photos of the Poundlane pack when outside digging a big hole under our Weeping Willow tree this afternoon.
Ysobel is one of the pack I don't often get photographed on her own, so it was nice to catch this photo of her now at eight and a half years old.
Below in the slideshow is a lovely side photo of Belle, Ysobel's daughter and one of our first generation Cavapoo girls now nearly four years old. She was watching a pigeon up on the telephone wire, when I took it. I also caught a nice photo of our other Cavapoo girl Treacle, who is two years old now and we will hope to breed from next year for the first time. The coat you see on Treacle is her full coat except for trimming around her eyes and bottom, we have never clipped her out and unlike Belle who's coat is a bit more dense, fluffy and more prone to matting like a Poodle's coat and seems to keep growing in length if not trimmed every few months.
Henry in the photos of him in the slideshow as usual is very photogenic and it looks like his daughter, Bumble might be following in his footsteps..
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― Samuel Butler
Me (Jane) with Puddin' and Teagol, waiting patiently to flush a patch of kale, December 2019
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