Christmas is coming & the goose has got a lot of puppies to look after! Dolly's & Ysabel's pups are now into everything & everywhere. Weather permitting we are trying to get them outside for little runs which they really enjoy. From 6 weeks pups start to really want to explore the world around them & will explore further each day if allowed. We allow a lot of exploring with our pups before leaving like meeting Hungry Hoover & the scary flushing Loo Monster. Very funny the other day as Alfie & Bella confidently followed me into the loo to then beat a hasty retreat when I flushed the loo but then curiosity got the better of them & their to heads soon reappeared around the door.
The five days differance in this two litters is becoming less apparent each day & to the unknowing it would be hard to tell the litters apart as Mums happily nurse & interact with the pups regardless of their parentage. I actually caught Dolly in with Lucy this morning & she had two of Lucy's pups sucking her. I ushered her out but Lucy seemed unworried by Dolly's help in rearing her pups now 9 days old.
Photo's tonight of Dolly's & Ysabel's pups I have labelled some photo's that I am sure of the pups in them & I have emailed some today with photo's of their pup & over the next couple days will hope to send individual photo's to all the people who have these pups reserved but bare with me as things are a little busy at the moment.
Lucy's Cavapoo pups are all growing at a rapid rate & Mum Lucy looks after them with ease. They are very Golden in colour & like Lucy's last litter look a strong & healthy bunch.
Lastly tonight a couple photo's of Lucinda for Sue & Jim in Australia. She is very settled & you might notice that I have got round to trimming her ears as you asked me if I could do.
“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
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