Darla has just left us and is on her way to Gloucestershire to become part of Louise's family. They already have a lot bigger crossbreed dog that came from a rescue center a few years ago, and Darla comes to their family to become their teenage daughter, Lauren's close companion. Darla has been a lot of fun to rear. A mischievous playful little pup, who's going to steal a lot of hearts. I wish you all the best Lauren with Darla.
Lauren tried to post on this blog yesterday at 3.30 pm, but for some reason it would not submit the comment and won't let me either. So Lauren's Mum sent me her comment by email, and here it is,
Darla got here a little while ago and is now having a little sleep on my Grandad, she seems very calm now. We ment to have Harvey, our Lab, stay at a friends house but the plans fell through and we introduced them as Harvey could smell her and kept making noises, she got a little upset, he also made some noises, so mum took him away, but when we introduced them again she barked at him when he was rude and when they settled we let them sniff each and the 3rd time things were mostly fine.
Any way sorry for the ramble I'm just very happy and excited, Darla is so lovely and confident so thank you for helping bring her in into this world and thanks for letting me and our family bring her into ours.
Also p.s the picture in this post almost looks like a royal painting :D"
“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!