Always a lovely surprise when you turn on the computer & go to emails & see recieving emails in the corner & then an offer from Amazon comes up but then you see 2 on your inbox & you scroll down to see the email address of someone who has one of your pups & then you notice the attachment symbol so you click on & there is Tinkerbell.
Tinkerbell is from Dolly's recent litter of 7 Cavapoo pups & she is abit special because she was so small born but never needed any help from us & is a little fluffy star. Rachel, Darren & family sent me the lovely photos today of Tinkerbell below & they said that she basically loves everyone & everything. This is their first family dog so they are in a learning phase & I have apoligised to them about not warning them how long it would take to walk anywhere when you have a pup as cute & friendly as a Cavapoo. Rachel has also asked for tips on housetraining. You should give lots of praise when the pup goes in the right place & making sure that you put them out when they wake up & at least every couple of hours. It is said that a pup can not really hold its self until around 9 months old, so it is making sure you are also consistent & like a small baby routine will help. Do not get very upset when they have an accident as this will only make a puppy timid & possible secretive when it has its next accident. Some pups are very quick to get in a routine but some take a little longer but the penny will drop eventually if you keep being consistent & give lots of love & encouragement.
As you can see below that Tinkerbell has made sleeping partners of the children & cats. Thanks for the up date Rachel. The children & I really enjoyed these photos & we will be eagerly waiting to see & hear how Tinkerbell is getting on in the future.
“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
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.