A lovely update arrived today for one of our old girls Lucy. Three years ago we rehomed Lucy. She came to us as an adult dog and she had, had two beautiful litters of Cavapoo pups. It was felt with Lucy that she might be happier in a home with less dogs as she grew old. You can read part of her story on The Girls page.
Here I am once again another year gone, almost. I do hope you all had an amazing fun time at Christmas. I did, with lots of prezzies and some extra food! The trouble is I think my walks have got a bit longer during the day and there is this awful hill ..................... say no more. I know from last year I heard the words "weight, diet" but I have gone completely deaf so I suppose the extra lengthy walk has to do with these words. I do however have a warm coat and TWO new cosy lambswool blankets to sleep in.
I had lots of toys and most mornings I meet two very young sisters when they are going to school - Chloe and Imogen. They adore me and I had a present from them this year. A squeaky red bone (photo attached) and some goodboy chocs. I did attempt to break open the parcel which was under the tree but was caught redhanded and I did not see it again until Christmas Day!
I am sending you a couple of photos just for you to see I am still enjoying my life here after leaving you all some 3 years ago. I will be 10 years old in June. I am deaf but it is an advantage at times, I do not hear Judith moaning about the piles of toys and not being put back! Disadvantage - I can't hear the cake and biscuit tins being opened. My sense of smell is brilliant
Well, that's all from me until the next time but Judith, Tony and myself wish you all a Happy, Peaceful and Healthy New Year.
Love you all
Hello Judith and Tony,
lovely to hear from Lucy and that apart from her hearing she is pretty well for nearly 10 years old.
Thanks for keeping in touch each year, as it passes.
Wishing you all a Happy New Year
from all of us at Poundlane
“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!