Been a busy weekend here at Poundlane with visitors on both days, one family yesterday came to meet the pack and hoping for a pup from Primrose and today for Liza to meet the pack and pick her boy from Smudge's litter, and finally yesterday getting around to taking our oldest, now 14 out for his birthday (which was nearly a month ago),with four of his friends, with supper at our home. With all our children, that made ten children for supper last night and thought I had done to much food, but as I'm finding out growing teenage boys, that are very active, seem to be bottomless pits when it comes to food, although none went hungry, as they got through five pizza's, 3 kilos of chunky chips and around 2 and 1/2 kilos of raspberries and strawberries, my husband thought we could have, anything left over for our supper, we ended up with the bowl of salad, which was the only thing left. Lol
Pups are well and the second boy got picked today and meet Liza, who's family he will become part of and she choose Brian 2, who will now be called, Harvey. Have now informed the family having the last boy, that they are having Little Brian and they are going to get back to me with a name, before thay visit him in a couple weeks time, as he is staying with us until 12 weeks old, as is Chester, Mollie and Harvey, which should be fun, especially for our children.
Will post more footage of Smudge's pups tomorrow, tonight is Reggie night. Just caught Reggie sitting in his usual place on the lawn, enjoying the evening sunrays. This spot he can see me in the kitchen, watch his pups on the patio and keep an eye on the gate. Reggie is just such a gentleman and we are very lucky to have such a sweetheart of a dog. The first photo I saw of him and his four siblings, it was him straight away I new I wanted, its his eye's. When you have been around animals a lot and I include humans in that equation, you can tell a lot about them from the expression emanated from the eye's, after all it is said, 'Eyes are the window to the soul." As souls go, Reggie's eyes do not lie.
“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!