I presume you saw the pictures of my girls digging to China!!! Saffy is just mad about digging, she to does the trench or just the hole thing, and as for the seagulls, they seem to know that if they fly out to sea that the dogs will try and chase them and that is how they get rid of these barking menaces. If we go to the beach we hope that there isn't anyone else there because we make so much noise that it disturbs everyone, the dogs digging and barking and me screaming at them both trying to stop them chasing the birds....we are a complete menace.....but hey if people don't like it they can walk the other way, how can anyone not like seeing the girls enjoying themselves?????
A-men to that.....my house is just full of mud. Put a new floor down just before Christmas (wood) have a few rugs but the floor is gritty all the time, and I could start a veg garden with all the soil that is swept up, BUT that is why I put the wooden floor down doesn't damage the carpet, (which was cream not good for wet muddy dogs....) Although the sand does fill the car, but better in the car that the living room eh?????Will you be at Crufts?? if so wine and nibbles at my bench.....
Sorry Justine you can't take dogs that aren't being shown, you have to qualify for this particular show, easier said than done....but I hope that you can come along.
If you do it seems that there is going to be a photocall for ES members.
So hope to see you there and bring some photos of your 4 legged kids.
Dee and the girls
Thankyou Justine for looking through my photo's. I do have lots of fun taking them. My girls are both almost 7 now. We got them as baby puppies together. Loved your pics. also. Your girls look very happy and especially loved the one on the beach.
Lynn, & Tess (Irish) and Megg (English) from Oz.
hi justine ,
wde stayed at bunroy caravan site in roybridge which is about 12 miles from fort william .there is a caravan site called invercambie(it has a website and the owner sounds nice. very basic but we are thinking of going there that is in arisaig .bunroy is a lovely peaceful site ,very dog friendly but from the beginning of june you are plagued by midges.but there was very few at arisaig and this site is directly on the beach
Thanx for the comment on my photos. I have so many more of all my boys from the past and present, just have to make time to put them up. What Iove about this site other than the dogs of course, is that so many folks are from all over the world. I propose we start a movement 'Irish Setters for World Peace'. Considering how they look at the world e.g. photo of Ruby, how could it not be a better place? Ah, such idle daydreams.