Ysobel and her four Cavapoo pups are doing well and the smallest one which we have named Titch for now is showing that although small does not lack vigour.
Yesterday evening Cleo who is my Mum's dog and lives with her in the annexe came out as she does most evenings now for a play with Dolly's pups and caught a bit of their interaction on camera. Sorry about the quality as it was just getting dark . Keep your eye out for Darcy 1 and Darcy 2 who decide to go off and play in the gutter.
Its been really hot here this afternoon and caught some photo's of the pups sleeping and a couple ones of them sleeping on the floor when they have a perfectly good dog bed to sleep in but I guess its a bit cooler sleeping on the wooden floor. Dolly's pups will be seven weeks old tomorrow , how time flies.
Archie who is staying with us at the moment has settled in and as the photo's show has made himself at home. No doubt though he will be very happy to see Angie and family in just over a weeks time but if your tuning in Angie, he is just fine and has become great mates with Henry.
With children, pups and dogs to care for and today I seemed to spend a lot of time on the phone, its a quick blog tonight. Was lovely to catch up with past Poundlane pup's families. Nice to know all is well with you Trudi who has Dougal who is Archie's brother from Smudge's litter last year and Tracey who has Roxy from Lucy's first litter born the end of 2010. Hopefully we will see Tracey in the near future as her family hope to have one of Ysobel's boys.
A bit of fun to end on this late night blog. We keep finding chewed up pieces of paper about the place taken from under the computer desk and this evening we caught the paper thief, red pawed. Just look at that innocent face. Yes, Henry butter would not melt in your mouth, would it Henry. Lol
2/8/2013 12:40:05 am
Lovely pictures and video, tell Darcey there is some guttering that needs clearing when she gets home! My favourite picture however is Henry, great denial face!
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