Thought I'd get this video up on the blog before the weekend, of Primrose's pups who will be six weeks old tomorrow. As one of the places I milk was picking up silage yesterday, instead of milking Friday evening, as I normally do I milked yesterday evening and my husband David was in charge of family humand and canine.
So the first bit of the video was taken yesterday evening by my husband and is the yet to be named boy with the camouflage collar chewing the foxy toy and then Maddie comes over and joins in with him and they have a little dispute over the toy.
When you see camouflage collar pup, who I refer to as Camouflage man with Lottie by the childs scooter that is from today and I started filming because they were both sitting on the scooter, but by the time I got the camera, I had missed the moment, but decided to keep filming.
As I film the two pups near the scooter you will hear a pup squeaking and that is Colin trying to sleep, but being kept on with by Dottie. We then see Maddie who has Roxy, who is a Moshi Monster, one of the childrens toys which they have given up to the pups. We then get a bit of rough and tumble with Maddie and Lottie over who's toy it is, with Granny Ysobel, Dad Reggie, Toby and half auntie, half sister Belle looking on from the patio wall. We also get to see big half sister Treacle playing with Henry.
Whilst I filmed this, Colin as his wet face shows had just had a suckle from mum and the end of the video shows him very much in sleep mode. Warning : Keep the volume down for the video especially at the end, as it seems the children were having, a who could make the loudest scream contest and I do say the word bugger in the video.
Hope everyone has a lovely weekend. Here in England this evening we are out of the World Cup, but as our son so eloquently put it, "You should never let an injured animal suffer, you should put it out of it's misery quickly", so thanks Costa Rica you certainly did that this evening for us, else we could of had our suffering dragged out until tuesday. Never mind, we got the Rugby World Cup to look forward to in the UK next year.
“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.