R I P Doggy comforter !
Was greeted yesterday morning by two naughty pups, Smudge & Primrose who in the night had done the damage in the photo to are old faithful dog bed. Over the years this dog bed had suffered many assaults by are juvenile dogs but alas the night before last the fight was lost & the bed burst with Smudge & Primrose some how also breaking its zipper. This bed has given many hours of comfort to are dogs & will be missed. The cremation is tomorrow. Please no flowers but donations to a dog charity of your choice.
That was just a bit of fun but seriously please try & help animal rescue charities in your area as at this time of year they are over run with rescue animals & a donation does not need to be money it can be your time to do volountry work like just taking a rescue dog for a walk !
Pupster & Millie the two dreamers
After the dog bed being destroyed I thought lets go for a nice walk with the dogs up the woods, one whiff & a glance of a roe deer & Pupster & Millie were of in full flight with me in hot pursuit blowing my whistle for all it was worth. Well half an hour later with half a tree stuck in my hat Pupster & Millie thought is that someone blowing a whistle for us & then appeared at my feet looking like they had been dragged through a hedge backwards & smelling like a badgers bottom. So a bath was in order if they wanted to come back indoors. These two do give me the run around but they do always come back although slightly delayed & as I saw them flit through the under growth with gay abandon I thought what joy & for a moment only here & now exsisted the mind was cleared as I pursued them, they were dog & I was human & as far as they were concerned we were a pack in hot pursuit of supper but unlike them I new that a roe deer is only ever going to get caught by us in their dreams, so dream on my furry little friends.
Photos below are of the Cavapoo pups of Lucy's they are now 5 weeks old & the 3 girls are reserved & 1 boy is reserved leaving 3 boys available. Today Tracey & her family visited us to see the pups in real life for the first time & reserved her girl who they are calling Roxy. It was lovely to meet Tracey & her family as we have been emailing each other & talking on the phone now for around 3 months as Tracey came to me just as Lucy concieved this litter, so lots of correspondence later we finally got to meet. Tracey & family did a 10 hour round trip to visit us today & it was lovely that they took the time whilst hear to have a good play with all the girls & Lucy's pup. Tracey asked me lots of the right questions & we obviously both like a good chat. They have reserved the middle sized girl who they are calling Roxy.
Great to finally meet you Tracey. Your family & you are sure to make brilliant carers for your Roxy.
“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 with Bumble and Blottie, waiting patiently to be unleashed, November 2018
Hello, I am Jane, you might of guessed, I love dogs. We are situated in the North Devon countryside, England, United Kingdom. Our home is occupied by my husband, David, our children, pack of dogs and me.