Smudge and Henry's pups are eight weeks old tomorrow and the vet is booked to come to our home to microchip and start their primary vaccination course. I certainly was not going to drag nine pups in to the vets, I would rather pay a bit extra to get it done at home in a calm enviroment where there is less chance of making any mistakes with the paper work, don't want the wrong microchip details with a pup.
Each pup has a file now and as the vet examines each pup and microchip's and vaccinate's them, the nurse fills in the microchip registration details and vaccination card, it then goes straight in to that pups file.
I got this little bit of footage of Henry with his pups this morning. The rascal was nicking their food. He then went on to play with them, but unfortunately my camera decided to stop filming. My camera has decided to start doing weird things lately and is looking a bit battered, with the catch to the battery and memory card not working, I have employed an elastic band to keep it shut now. It is my birthday in July, so I am making lots of comments about thinking it is time I got a new camera. I suspect I will buy a new camera, give it to my husband, who will then tell the children, he has got a new camera for Mum and the children will wrap it up and give it to me, to my utter surprise. I figured out long ago I enjoy giving, not really overly worried about receiving, but if you have to receive, it is good to know you are going to receive exactly what you want. Lol
“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!