Sorry its been nearly a week since my last blog, with children breaking up from school the end of last week and being asked to do some extra milkings, its been a bit busy. The sun has made a welcome come back although a little catchy still with a sneaky cold breeze about, but weather you can get outside and get some work done.
As the title suggests we have had a puppy become available from Smudge's litter, as the family having him circumstances have changed and they are unable to have a puppy now, so I have been through our waiting list, but either holidays or the wrong sex for those waiting on our next litter means, that he is now being put up on our blog. We have the second boy puppy being picked this weekend, so on sunday we will know which boy it is that is available. It is out of the two boy pups I have been calling Little Brian and Brian 2.
The boy pup will be ready to leave us from the 22nd April 2014 after having his first vaccination and being microchipped or he can stay until 12 weeks old and have his full primary course of vaccinations and leave then any time from the 20 May 2014. To see cost and protocol for taking the option of leaving the pup with us until 12 weeks old, please read our page. 'Buying A Puppy From Poundlane.'
If interested in this boy pup please feel free to contact me by phone on 01769 560969 or email me at firstname.lastname@example.org
I will need to have a chat before you visit and you will need to be able to visit prior to visiting to pick the puppy up.
Smudge's Cavapoo pups are now just over six weeks old and are into every thing, thankfully with the sun back it gives them the chance to be outside alot and helps with getting them used to going to the toilet outside, nearly all pooing is outdoors now and weeing is just being quick enough to get them all out the door when they wake up, but its getting there.
The video is from a couple days ago when the sun decided to come back, after a few very dull damp days.
On Saturday we meet the family choosing the first boy and with their two children and our six children bombing around the place finally decided it was Big Bob they are going to bring into their family and he is now called Chester James Bramble as these are the three names that the family had come up with their children, but for short he will be known as Chester. Our first Chester.
Last night had two lovely email drop into my inbox, one was from Lisa, who has Ruby from Millie's last litter and the other was from Angie, who has Archie from Smudge's last litter. Both dogs live in the Exeter area and yesterday they where coincidently both in the same place and Lisa thought Ruby looked like Archie and then they spoke and found out that they where not only both from the same breeder but also related, they have the same Dad, reggie and Ruby's mum, millie is the mother of Archie's mum, Smudge, so they are half sibling and Ruby is Archie's half Auntie as well. Thanks you two for sharing with me the moment you met and lovely to see them both together.
Great excitement just now as we went for a bike ride at Haldon Hill, we spied a dog who looked very like Ruby. We discovered that they are both from you, however at first we thought they were brother and sister but I think Archie may have been from the litter after Millie's. Anyway it was lovely to see them together and they are related closely!!
We both said what lovely temperaments they both have and how we'd both like another! Well, I shouldn't be greedy!!
With warm wishes,
Hope you are all having fun there with all those gorgeous pups and lovely mummy Smudge!
Just wanted to tell you that we met Ruby and her family today up at Haldon Hill! I thought that Ruby and Archie were from the same litter but have realised they are half brother and sister! But just still as exciting for them to meet! She is a little sweetie and Archie was almost twice her size!
Here is a photo we took! ...
Hopefully we'll bump into them again!
Love to everyone there! Still really enjoying the blog!
Today Angie also sent me this lovely photo of Archie on the beach, not sure which Devon beach it is , but I do know you said you go to Dawlish a lot. Thanks for this Angie.
Lastly a few photo's of the pack and news on Primrose who is now around four weeks in pups. I'm pretty sure I can feel she is pregnant, tomorrow she is booked in at the vets to be scanned and hopefully this will confirm her in pups and give us an idea of how many she is carrying. I would say around the same as last time, which was four, but we will know more tomorrow.
We also have a house guest for three weeks in Lucinda aka Lucy, who was a bitch we rehomed a few years ago, and when Sue and Jim go on holiday she comes back to stay with us.
You will see from the photo's we have the dastardly duo of Henry and Treacle back together. Its been hard on the two of them being kept apart whilst Treacle was on heat for the first time, but as the photo's show they are back as thick as thieves again, my do they play and Treacle gives Henry no quarter and often he is heard begging for mercy, although being the biggest.
“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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