Lucy's Cavapoo pups are now 6 weeks old & are into everything. They are very clean going through the night from 11pm to 5am with out a murmer & will squeak when they wake up to go out. Its a bit chilly but with their fluffy coats to help them keep of the winter chill & it dry they like going out on the patio. With the wind today they have had great fun chasing dead leaves around & each other.
They now can hold their own against Belle & she is allowed to play with them now. We have given them a little trim today around their eyes & bottom as this helps them keep clean in both places.
Belle had her second vaccination on Thursday with the vet checking her leg & all looks okay. She is off pain relief & just limps occasionally now.
Millie also visited the vet for her heart to be listened to & no sound of a heart murmer could be heard. She was eye tested last February & catching me out coming on heat a bit early will be eye tested again the 7th February with her daughter Smudge also being eye tested with her. Tavistock is were I go for eye testing just this side of Plymouth so a good 2 hours driving round trip but we cross Dartmoor which is nice to take the dogs for a walk on.
Lucy's Cavapoo pups will be making their visit to the vets on the 27th January for their check up, first vaccination & will be microchipped. Less than two weeks to go before they start to leave us which is hard to believe.
Lastly the two lovebirds Reggie & Millie who are very much in love at this time, so fingers crossed !
P.S, I have had a problem replying to someone on my emails. If I have not got back to anyone after you have emailed me within a couple days please ring me on 01769 560969 please do not leave a message if you are patient you will catch me to chat. I try to answer all emails & I am very sorry if I miss anyone.Thank you Jane
“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!