Lots of photos tonight as have got my new camera going, so have gone a bit mad clicking at any dog that moved.
Kym came today & chose her boy from Lucy's litter of Cavapoo pups who are now 32 days old. She has gone for the biggest boy although there is not much differance between these four boys at the moment & to tell them apart when chosen I am putting a little bit of food colouring on their chests to be sure to know which pup is which. Kym's pup is marked with blue & if you look closely at the photos of the pups asleep you may be able to pick him out with his blue patch showing.
We are looking forward to meeting Tracey on Friday who has a little way to travel to get to us & will see the pups for the first time on Friday but has been with us since before the pups were born, so after lots of emails it will be nice to get to meet each other.
Patience is one of the most important virtues when looking for a puppy as it is not to be rushed into as if the wrong choices are made it can be devastating for the pup & yourself. Puppies need to go to a home were their will be time put to them as you will only get back what you put in. If you put in the time & lots of patience in the formative first year of your pup you then will reap the benefits for the rest of that pups life. So please always do lots of research about exactly what it entails to bring a pup or dog into your life !
Enjoy the slideshow, unfortunately for whatever reason tonight I am unable to caption them at the moment but hopefully that will not stop the enjoyment of looking at them.
5/1/2011 05:03:00 am
Hello Jane, well what can I say. what a fab set of photos I would have them all if I could, but I know you would not let me your dogs are a real credit to you. I can not wait for Jodie & Paul to see them and only two days to go until we meet you all, the pups were enough to bring tears to my eyes. Father Christmas really thought about the camera he made for you didn't he.Take care kind regards Tracey. x
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