Lovely and bright here today, although a bit chilly still, so took the chance to start the pups adventuring beyond the patio gate and caught their first excursion beyond the patio gate on video. Yesterday when Primrose was scanned I popped into Mole Valley Farmers a country store to aquire some puppy collars, as the pups had kitten collars on and it was time to put proper collars on them, so you will notice that their collars are different. Mollie still has a red collar and it has white spots, Kayla has a red collar with pink and white stars, Flora has a pink and brown collar with a circle pattern on it, Chester's collar is blue with white dots, Little Brian's collar is blue with a pattern of white bone and paw shapes on it and Brian 2's collar is blue with white and light blue stars on it.
Some of this video was filmed by me and then our daughter Florrie decided to have a go and the bit when I'm filming the pup's Granny, Millie, Florrie thought the battery had gone in the camera, but it turned out that she had not pressed record and the blip and shut down whilst she thought she was filming, was the camera shutting down if when turned on its not used in a certain time.
We still managed to catch some more moments of them and Little Brian as usual seems to steal the show and is very funny when he encounters some logs on the lawn (we are laying the road hedge of the property at the moment or I should say, my husband is and I get used for ballast hanging off a rope stopping each tree as its sawn through from falling towards the road, my husband tends to forget my size compared to the tree and cheekily tells me on such occasions that, you know a little donkey always travels best heavily laden) and decided they looked a bit scary, so then heads back to his siblings with much haste.
Also you will see Little Brian doing the classic coming down the grass bank with the top going faster than the legs and head butts the tarmac, Mollie though in the mean time off camera is the first to reach the banks summit and is seen being deterred from going over the sucken wall into the patio by our son, who has called himself, Broom Sergeant Alfie.
Just a few photo's tonight, but a couple nice ones of Smudge sleeping on the bench overlooking her pups, we keep a chair the other side of the pen against the side of the bench so mum can go in and out to her pups as she pleases and so do most of the rest of the dogs now and the pups seem to be eating a lot of puppy food. lol
Only a couple weeks now and the first couple pups from this litter will be leaving us and I have started in earnset now to get their puppy packs together for them.
Lastly tonight we have a few captures of Dolly and Henry.
“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.