Sadie, Spencer & Henry say "Hello !"
One of Bella's sisters says "Hello !" tonight. Sadie is settling in well & Terence has remarked on how quick she is to learn as they have had Cavaliers before. Thanks for the lovely photo & letting me know how well she is getting on.
The next two to say "Hello !" are Spencer & Henry who are brothers & have only left us a couple days. Henry is settling well with Janet who is an experienced dog owner & from the photo's he looks very happy with himself. Thanks Julie for sending me such lovely photo's of your Mum's Henry.
Trish has also sent a lovely group of photo's of Spencer. It is Trish's first ever dog so on a learning curve but sounds like you are doing really well with Spencer who from the photo's already looks very much part of the furniture. Thanks Trish for the photo's & update.
Yesterday Smudge & Millie went to Tavistock for their annual eye check. They where given the all clear showing no signs of hereditary cataract or multifocal retinal dysplasia.
Millie is booked to be scanned on the 15th February in the morning, so my fingers will be firmly crossed until then.
The Lunn family
8/2/2012 01:56:46 pm
What lovely photos of some very happy puppies!
10/2/2012 04:09:59 am
Loving the updates & pics! Everyones grass looks all so lovely & green ( not for long ) lol :-) I dont know how much truth is in it but other dog owners have told me that if you put a tea spoon of tomato sauce in with their food it is meant to neutralise the urine therefore stopping any brown patches in your lovely green grass. We personally haven't bothered putting this to the test as we are going to lay a dog friendly lazy lawn in the spring. :-)
11/2/2012 04:32:24 am
Our garden is littered with artificial grass samples as I type this! Meant to get it done pre Poppy but will now have to wait until Spring too. I still prefer the real stuff and have been resisting the idea but a small lawn and a dog is never going work! We've got an extra large sample out there and it is brilliant for wiping your feet on, so hopefully it will mean less mud indoors and no brown patches! Talking of muddy dogs - Poppy ended up really filthy and muddy one day and was washed - then two days later managed to get covered in grease (fish smelling) when she was 'helping' me load the dish washer and ended up being washed again. Obviously two in a week isn't a good idea but how often should you bathe Cavapoos?
11/2/2012 12:25:10 pm
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