from the front of our home this morning
Lottie with her maternal Grandfather Henry
Who would believe it. After two days trying to load this bit of video footage of Treacle's five pups, it's just loaded.
I have been trying two days now to load the first part of this video, with no luck. So here is the second part. I have contacted Weebly to find out if it is their or my issue. Hopefully, I will be able to load videos without taking so long soon. I will keep trying to load the other part of the video, as very cute. Fingers crossed!
The Ruby boy (below) we call, "Jim" is the only puppy we now have available from Casper and Treacle's litter born 21st March. He is also the last pup we have available for 2018. He is a handsome ruby boy. Very cuddly, very much in to interacting and playing with our children, and will make a fabulous companion/family dog. He is a F1b Cavapoo and is 3/4 Cavalier and 1/4 Poodle (miniature).
If interested and want to know more about "Jim", give me a ring for a friendly, no pressure chat on 01769 560969
Treacle's five pups at 37 days old still enjoy the comfort of mother
A couple of our children, Molly and Tilly made a bed for Lottie in a box, Gran gave them. Lottie uses it occasionally, but Ysobel seems to use it the most. Ysobel is one of our old girls, on her way to twelve years old. Mother to Primrose, and Grandmother to Bertha and Sasha.
Yesterday evening as I settled down after supper on the sofa. Teagol decided to lie upsides me and she was joined by her paternal Great Grandfather Reggie. Yes, that is me wearing a dress. You know it's hot if I'm wearing a dress.
Casper and Treacle's pups are just over five weeks old and are adventuring further each day. Getting brave enough to negotiate the little ramp on to the patio and back in. They are really getting the hang of eating solids, but very much enjoy the comfort of Mum's milk still, as she starts to step back a little, visiting them less often and not so eager to tidy up behind them.
The Ruby boy we call, "Jim" is available from Casper and Treacle's litter (all the rest are reserved), and he is also the last pup we have available for 2018. He is a very handsome ruby boy. Very cuddly and already very much in to interacting and playing with our children. He is a F1b Cavapoo and is 3/4 Cavalier and 1/4 Poodle (miniature).
If interested and want to know more about "Jim" the Ruby boy we have available, give me a ring for a friendly, no pressure chat on 01769 560969.
Received a lovely update for Murphy from Kath
I just wanted to send you a few pictures of the love affair happening in our house. To be honest, we are all madly in love and really don’t know how much we needed a dog until we got Murphy. He continues to be delightful, friendly, enthusiastic, energetic and full of mischief!
Thanks again xKath"
"Wow, thanks Kath,
those are lovely photos. Your son looks like Murphy's designated human.
Murphy was one of the bigger pups of the litter, but he looks like he is not going to be so leggy, as Teagol, more stocky, deep bodied like his maternal Grandmother Smudge. Love his head.
Love from us all at Poundlane
A couple days ago I received an interesting update for Dimpsey from Anne
Just a quick update ,she has got slightly taller about 14 1/2 “ now and her adult coat is coming through nicely ,very wavy all down her back .one little snippet you might find interesting, this morning while out for our walk ,she suddenly sat down in the long grass , when I called for her to come ,she just looked at me ,and then deliberately down in front of her ,I called again ,same reaction ! So I went to investigate and there right in front of her was a dead fledgling,She wouldn’t move until I picked it up ,then apparently everything having been resolved ,we continued our walk . She is amazing most dogs I know would have grabbed it and probably refused to give it up , I know Zorro would !
I can’t thank you enough for being such a lovely caring breeder and breeding such wonderful dogs
By the way ,if Dimpsey had been older , and I had been younger ,I would have loved to have had the gorgeous little Ruby boy ,!
Love and best wishes to you all.
lovely to hear from you and about Dimpsey finding a dead fledgling. Her mother and father when they catch birds bring them to me and happily give them to me. Her Mum (I think, as it was still at body temperature and the last embers of live were living it) caught a half grown rat the other day, and she was lied with it between her front legs. I was calling her and she would not come and kept looking between her legs, so I approached her and I then saw what she had. She looked very proud of her big game hunting and happily gave it up. I gave her a pat, and then got rid of it. Maybe it's the nature of being retrieving breeds. I do think this combination of Cavalier, Brittany and Poodle, so far seems to produce a really nice natured dog.
The little Ruby boy will find his place. They always do.
Love from us all at Poundlane
As milking gets less, as we start to dry off cows heading towards our Autumn block calving. I'm home from milking in the morning by 7.30 am. On my return this morning I decided to get Treacle's five pups out for the first time on the patio, before it got to hot.
I gave Molly the message, Fiona. So Cooper had a go in the pushchair
“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!