Quick catch up, as its a bit late. Computer curfew of 10 pm is rapidly approaching.
Video tonight is of our youngest in with the pups, some breeders would have puppies watching this, but I believe human imprinting especially with children is pivotal at this age and if you wrap them in cotton wool you will only make them think they are fragile. Tilly does make a pup give out a yelp and its out of surprise. Its actually good for them to have low level stress at this age to actually become more adapted to being around humans and the enviroment outside the whelping box, believe me in about four weeks time the tables will be turned and Tilly will be engulfed by pups when trying to sit with them, nibbling and trying to lick her. You will see and hear that our youngest already knows anatomy quite well.
Lastly tonight because I should clear my inbox and people kindly sent me most of these photos a couple months ago, here is mostly photo's of dogs we have bred from the families they are with. We have photo's of Big poppy who is one we bred and photo's of the one litter that her family bred from her, as adult dogs. They are 3/4 Poodle ( Reggie the Dad) and1/4 Cavalier. Also a photo of Lucy relaxing a cavalier bitch we rehomed a couple years ago who will be coming to stay soon whilst her owners go on holiday. Thanks everyone for the photos and updating me on how you all are.
That's 10.10 pm I'm off outside with the dogs.
“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!