Children of to school this morning & it was frightingly quite at home with just the two youngest playing, but 3.30pm soon came around & the noise levels were soon restored.
Took a little video of Dolly's pups who are 24 days old & as you will see in the video are getting about now. Warning, do not have your volume up to high when watching this video as you may seriously damage your hearing from the noise of my children. I may joke about the noise but some people might worry about to much noise around young pups but the more noise & socialising they do the better it is for the pup, as I have in the past myself purchased a pup from a good breeder & the pup came home & was frightened to death of the noise in are house at first, because she was used to living in a very quite house. If they have been kennelled from birth a pup can also then find it hard to settle in a busy home. Some times a pup will never be comfortable in the home if the pup has spent to long kennelled & unsocialised. When buying a pup or adult dog if it is going to live in a busy home it is good to be sure that it has been brought up to be used to these situations as it could be a very traumatic experience for the dog & for yourself if the dog is not used to being around a lot of noise & movement. It is always a good idea to see a pup at least twice before taking it home so that you can see it is happy in the home enviroment.
Below is the video of Dolly's Cavapoo pups 24 days old & remember turn the volume down.
“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!