I gave Molly the message, Fiona. So Cooper had a go in the pushchair
Yesterday I caught my daughter, Molly with Barney in an old toy pushchair. I said she should not really do things like that with the pups, but he seemed totally unperturbed by his predicament, in fact he looked very much at home and you have to admit,
"He looks so cute, and so sweet,
and fits so neatly in the seat.
Good enough to eat, or at least a nibble,
of his soft, and furry little feet."
Got this bit of video footage a couple days ago of sisters bumble and Blottie having a tug of war over a piece of stick. This is not the first time we've seen Blottie in a Deadlock. I'm not going to ruin it for you by telling you who wins this one.
These two sisters had our last two litters of pups. Blottie's pups arrived two weeks before Christmas Looks like it's ten pups for Blottie and Bumble's arrived in March Just back from the vets
You can see that they are both back in fine fettle. Bumble could do with losing a few pounds and hopefully her udders will tuck up a bit more still. Really pleased how these two beautiful dogs have coped with motherhood and how all their pups are going on.
Got home from milking just now and one of our sons, Thomas had caught Megan posing
The ruby boy choosen on Monday, now has a name, "Coffie." The pups are now thirty days old, eating solids and the front of their bed has now been fully removed, so they have the freedom to go in and out of their bed in to the pen area in front of their bed. Not long now to start them adventuring outdoors on to the patio.
The last puppy we now have left available from Casper and Treacle's litter, and is also the last pup we have available for 2018 is a very handsome ruby boy. He is a F1b Cavapoo and is 3/4 Cavalier and 1/4 Poodle (miniature).
Our son, Bert, who is home for a little while had a cuddle time with him last night. The one thing Bert misses the most when away are the dogs.
If interested and want to know more about the Ruby boy available, give me a ring for a friendly, no pressure chat on 01769 560969.
Received an update for Darla a couple days ago from Louise. Darla is from Bumble's litter of eight pups, so she is Lottie's litter sibling.
As you can see from the attached photos, Darla is doing really well.
She and Harvey get on well, he tolerates her bouncing at his face and now plays short bursts of tug with her (the cow and fox toys are holding up well) and chases her as she races round the garden.
She has started a puppy foundation class and enjoyed being out in a field and then playing wrestling with a Jack Russell puppy inside when the class finished.
Lauren and I had a few days in hospital this week and came home to find Stuart's got a soft spot for her now - playing with her with her toys and cuddling her on the sofa in the evening.
Lauren's time with Darla means so much to her and helps her cope, so thanks again for breeding such wonderful companion dogs.
Best wishes to all at Poundlane
sorry for not replying sooner. Good to hear things are going really well with Darla, and that Harvey is happy with his new canine member of the family.
So glad that Darla is helping Lauren. Dogs can just be such a help to lift your spirit, a lick of the hand, a glance and a wag of their tail, can just be enough.
So pleased that things are going so well with introducing Darla in to your lives.
Love from us all at Poundlane
Yesterday I was trying to catch some side view photos of Teagol standing. I did not realize I had accidentally put the camera on a function that as you try to focus, it is filming until you click. So to my surprise, I got some nice photos of Teagol standing, but you can also watch her watching birds.
Yesterday Treacle's five pups turned 4 weeks old, so time to start them on solid food.
WARNING: I forgot when I published this earlier to warn that in the background noise you catch the eloquent fashion one of our sons explains to another of our sons, who had actually just won the football match on the telly last night. To edit it out I feel would of ruined the continuity of the video.
We now have only one puppy left available from Casper and Treacle's litter, and he is also the last pup we have available for 2018. He is a very handsome ruby boy. He is a F1b Cavapoo and is 3/4 Cavalier and 1/4 Poodle (miniature).
This puppy will look very much like a Cavalier spaniel. Below is a photo of Barney (brother to the puppy available) a two year old F1b Cavapoo from Treacle's first ever litter. If interested and want to know more about the Ruby boy available, give me a ring for a friendly, no pressure chat on 01769 560969.
“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 The Poundlane Mommas March 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.