Keeping in touch after having a pup from Poundlane, is optional. I understand that life is hectic and if the time not sending me an update means more cuddle time with your pup/dog, then I can hardly complain, as no news is often a sign of good news.
Keeping in touch does though not have to be photos or even a five page essay, often the short and sweet update can be the most profound. A few days ago I recieved this email :
I bought a Cavapoo from you nearly three years ago now and I just wanted to tell you what a total joy he has been Milo is a warm, affectionate and delightful dog. He has transformed my life and the lives of many other people.
Best wishes with your next litters,
Thanks Kathy for such a lovely update on Milo. Milo is from Cleo's litter born back in April 2012 and you can find out about Milo and his siblings being born on the blog "Surprise !" 4/04/2012.
Cleo is my Mum's dog and she lives with her in her annexe just across our patio. Cleo is now six years old and thankfully very well in herself.
Kathy is a teacher in an all girls school and she lives on campus with girls that board at the school, so Milo I suspect does not lack attention. Having talked with Kathy about the pupils she lives with and teaches, her message although short it is very sweet. Thank you Kathy, lovely to hear that Milo is proving to be such a positive addition to your life and the lives of others.
“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!