Welcome to the site Howard, prepare yourselves for the puppy, life will be topsy turvy for a while as you know. My Rafferty is one next wed, he led us a merry dance in the early months ha ha. Have fun!
All the best
At 11:16am on September 21, 2010, Tina Clamp said…
welcome to the site. I think it is a lovely one, all like minded people. I am hoping to get a puppy next year, I have a setter already called Mia. Can't wait. x
Congratulations on adopting your new puppy, Arthur. My Henry will be Arthur's step brother also a Mr Jingles puppy, now 14 months old. I feel so blessed to have my beautiful boy, Mostly, very well behaved and very very loving. I wish you a long and happy life together.
Hi there Howard
Thank you for you kind thoughts on my Jasmine, and I am so pleased to hear about your friends wee dog, I see you too have a Jingles baby, I have one here, he is a lovely dog but his mother is a bit of a live wire, and so is he, good luck with yours, I am sure that with a Thendara mother yours will be calmer...will you be showing Arthur???
Thanks again for your comment and for your thoughts, Dee and the gang
Hi there Howard
These Jingle babies are definitely head strong, I think that mine is part Kangaroo he spends more time on his hind legs than all four, do try and get some shows, if you go to a ringcraft class then you may well meet someone that you could travel to shows with, up here we tend to double up, but we don't handle each others dogs, just in case we have to judge...
And as far as Fred is concerned, he just had Irish way of looking at the world, (I am part Irish, so can say this) he just loves life and that is all that counts.
Thanks for the thoughts on Jas, she seems to be doing well at the moment, so fingers crossed.
Dee and the gang
ps start practising with Arthur
Thank you Howard for you comment, I agree so much with you, I am going to update the blog and hope that someone will let me know if I have forgotten something....Thanks again for your thoughts, Dee and the gang
Thank you for that Howard, it is difficult knowing where to draw the line. but this made me call all the owners of the rest of the puppies, what lovely people they are, I was so lucky with them, I suppose we should be happy that she is safe and sound...I thought it really nice of the vet to contact me back...very considerate, they are lucky to have found such a nice place for her...and I hope that she has a wonderful life...Dee and the gang
Hi Howard ! Many thanks for your well wishes for Legolas :) Keeping him 'quiet' will be tough but I'll just have to try my best...pretty sure he's going to be soooo bored , we'll probably driven each other crazy :)