Tomorrow this time I will know if Lucy is in pups as she will be going to the vets to be scanned at 28 days since last mating. I am pretty sure that Lucy is in pups & I will be shocked & disappointed if told otherwise. With Lucy it is more to know roughly how many pups she is carrying due to alot of interest in this litter & not wanting to hold people on & disappoint them. As it is an exciting time waiting for your little bundle especially when you are with us from the conception & it is always a hard phone call to tell someone when the pups are born that they can not have their little bundle.
Had a visit from Pippa & holly this evening & got a lovely photo of Pippa & Lucy together & you could almost think they are sisters but their not. Pippa though is half sister to Charlie are stud dog they have the same father.
Holly & Pippa live with my Mum in the annexe which joins are bungalow. I look after both & walk them for my Mum as she is not so mobile & in return they give comfort & company to my Mum but the visit across the patio this evening is a sign of how mild it is for the time of year as my Mum has had her doors wide open & we have had are doors wide open out onto the patio because it is so warm so all the dogs have been going from annexe to bungalow playing & sleeping. Doors are shut now as I write this & Cavaliers are snuggling up in their beds & settling down for the night now.
Click on photos below to see some photos of the pack taken today.
“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!