Ysobel is now around seven weeks pregnant and blossoming. She has been coping well with her expanding waistline and the heatwave we are having. She had her pre birth trim last night along with Reggie who had an all over trim. Trimming Reggie our Miniature Poodle really should be called shearing as Poodles coats are akin to that of a sheep.
Dolly's Cavapoo pups are approaching six weeks old and will be six weeks old on this Friday. As they get more active it gets harder to get still captures of them especially them all together but managed to catch the photo below this morning, as they where asleep and got the camera and called them .
The pups now have got collars on and only one of the black ones and the golden girl we are keeping lack a name. The names so far are Molly, Pippa, Dotty, Dex and two of the back pups are called Darcy, so Karen your Darcy will be in photo's called Darcy 1 and Julia your girl in photo's will be Darcy 2. In the slide show below I have put names to photo's when sure of the pup in the photo. The photo's have been taken over the last week.
As the pups get more confident to explore it is easier to catch them on film and I must remember that when I'm talking that also gets recorded. Lol.
The first parts to the video show Mum and pups out on the patio and the last part is the pup we are keeping from the litter playing with Jessica and our Mum's dog Cleo come over to have a look.
I must get on with getting some updates on here of Poundlane pups as my inbox is getting full, love hearing from you all and on the 25th we have a lodger for a couple weeks, as Archie from Smudge's litter born last year comes to stay whilst his family go on holiday. Will be nice to see how Archie has developed and his size because his mum Smudge is our biggest Cavalier.
Well I've been milking this morning and have come home done the dogs, cuddled the puppies, done the household chores and managed to get a blog in, all children are at school today, so I think its time for a nap or should I say ,"power nap" with the pack before milking this afternoon.
“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!