A week has passed since my last blog & at the moment my pace of life leaves me with less time to blog. With the children & dogs keeping me busy all day by the evening the lure of the sofa is more than the computer.
Being English I will start with the weather. The weather has been exceptional for the time of the year which does make everything just that much better, although a little chilly still by nightfall with still firing up the woodburner each evening just to throw some heat through the house. The dogs are all really well & on Monday I received an email with an update from Rachel on her lovely Cavapoo boy Sammy & some great photo's of Sammy with Rachel's two children. Sammy is from Lucy's Cavapoo litter born the 2nd December 2010 so now is over 5 months old. Racheal says that Sammy is going to do Puppy training classes with her daughter & will be fun to see how he gets on as he gets very excited when meeting other dogs. Puppy classes are a very good idea as will help you with any problems & is really good for socialising your pup, teaching them manners & basic obdience. Thanks Racheal for letting me know how Sammy is getting on & the lovel photo's.
Oscar all going okay with meeting Marian's little old dog will leave tomorrow for his new family life with Marian. Oscar has been fine after being neutered over a week ago & will be sad to see him leave us as he is such a friendly & gentle boy.
We are still waiting on Lucinda coming on heat she is now approaching 8 months since her last heat so would hope to see her any day now on heat but as a lot of things in dog breeding you have to just wait & see.
Tonight I have a photo selection of mostly the sleeping Cavaliers with Reggie joining in as the sleeping Poodle. One thing Cavaliers can do is sleep & in most cases also snore for England too. Look out for the lovely photo of Reggie & Primrose together on the lawn, these two are great friends & you rarely see one without the other. Well look at the time, I think I am going to do now what my Cavaliers are so good at & thats not snoring hopefully.
“The greatest pleasure of a dog is that you may make a fool of yourself with him, and not only will he not scold you,but he will make a fool of himself, too.”
― Samuel Butler
Me (Jane) with Puddin' and Teagol, waiting patiently to flush a patch of kale, December 2019
Hello, I am Jane!