You may never know what it's like Moll, but I can hear all these strange noises from above. My Mum has brought one of these baby monitors, so we can hear all what is going on upstairs. I'ts very strange, and I rush outside with my other kennel mates. It makes me dribble a bit cos I do not know quite what it is, but I've a rough idea. My other kennel mates have heard it all before, so they are not as worried as I am
Any suggestions as to how to cope with it all.
thanks for your comments, I will be running on three bitches for now, but have one miss marked bitch who is looking for a very good home right now.
Sure something will come up soon.
They are FAB pups, and at this moment outside enjoying the sunshine.
Thanks Jennifer - they have been hard work and a rollar coaster of emotions - but worth the effort! - we are very proud of them, although the tissue box is out as they go to their new homes ...
well, we got one of those a while ago, and beleive me I just thought OMG, what have we here. I could not stand it!
It had the same treatment as yours thank goodness. Anyway to cut a long story short, it's not so bad after a while, I became quite brave and put the little beast in it's place, and since then we have become 'reasonable friends' on my grounds only though. Take heart and bear with it, you can beat it up when you like then!
Hi Jennifer, we live near Droitwich. Our 2 boys came from Jenny Roberts at Dursley, Glos. Dillon is 6 and Ruairi is 3 and a half. We have a dogs hydrotherapy pool as Dillon has hip probs and so we built a pool for him(we're that silly!) and other dogs use it too. Our boys 'proper names' are Cairacailie Renardo and Cairacailie Wild Thyme and they're uncle and nephew. Our daughter has just had her first Irish. She lives just outside Bristol and had their girl(Darcy) from Jenne Reed.
Re your comment from Jane Moule if her daughter has bought her irish this year, then it will have the same dad as Grace, just thought u would like to know and don't forget to add that nice photo of Grace
I saw Claire's litter when we were in England to take little Scott.
Oh..they are really adorable! Sure he will grow into a lovely big girl!
Scott is really fine...he's a big boy now. Time flies...he will be 5 month old on Friday.
I wish you all the best with your little girl!
Best wishes Carmen