Primrose's three Cavalier pups reached one week old yesterday and today at eight days old they are going on really well. With only three pups I suspect these three will be proper little plump pups.
When you have two litters at the same time like we have at the moment and they are nearly seven weeks apart, you can really see the growth pups make in the first couple months of life.
This photo clearly shows the growth pups make in the first couple months of their life. The photo shows Tinkerbell, who was the smallest born on Smudge's litter, now seven weeks and five days old with little Rose lying beside her, from Primrose's litter at eight days old. These two girls would of been born around the same size.
Last night I managed to catch this photo of Harry with his Dad Henry. Harry is the first to leave of these litter. He leaves us on Saturday morning.
Today he had his first trip in a car. He came with me on the afternoon school run and even although I hoped to time my arrival at the school gates, that most parents would of already picked up their children. When I got there, there still were a lot of children and Harry caused a bit of a stir. He was totally unfazed by all the attention and because the playground is a no go dog area, so unlikely to be a health risk to him, with an okay from the teachers, I let our children put him down and he happily lead or I should say, followed my children around the playground on a lead. Where is a camera when you need one, it looked so cute, Harry following our two youngest children and around twenty children following Harry around, who seemed totally unconcerned by the interest in him.
Finally I got all children and Harry in the car and we drove off to pick up the oldest three children from secondary school, around a 16 mile round trip. Harry took it all in his stride and showed no signs of car sickness. He was a very good pup, for his first time in a car.
All of Harry's siblings are doing really well as they approach eight weeks old this Friday. We still have a couple of these pups available. If interested email me at email@example.com
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“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
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