Thank you on your comment on my boy. Yes I am very proud of him just like from all my dogs:)
Nice photos you added. Your dogs seem to be very happy:)
Great that you joined to ning.
Best wishes from Poland
Love your photos. You tend to forget what it is like having a puppy, until you get another one!! We only intended to keep one from our litter but another one was returned to us (the owner said she pulled on the lead and barked, well she was only 11 weeks old!!!) I willingly had her back and then couldn't part with her however 2 puppies together are a nightmare!! We call them the terrible twins always up to no good even at 15 months old although calming down slightly now. I wouldn't have 2 together again. Of course I love them dearly and wouldn't be without them.
thank you for your comment on my new photo, sorry it has taken me so long to reply. i think your girls are beautifull the english and irish combination works wonderfully don't you think ? i certainly have no regrets. i bet my boys would just luuurve your girls!!!!! i'll have to keep checking your page for more pictures.
best wishes from me and my little setter family :-)
Hi thanx for the lovely compliments!
Your English setter looks good, from what bloodline is he.
We also co-own ana english from the american type, he's from kadons /fanchon lines.
He's halfway to his show champion ship now...
Hi there Lynn,
Thanks for the 'friend' thing.
Setters seem to just love sleeping like that 'book-ends'
You can tell how pleased Jas was to be sitting under the tree at Xmas. She shows it on her face, she would have loved to have been somewhere else..... anywhere else. Thank you for the lovely comments, on my girls, have just looked at yours...... love the ears!!! Dee and the girls.
Hi Lynn....Woodend is in the South Island of NZ and about 20 minutes or so out of Christchurch....NP is in the North Island...lovely area to live in.....
My two also go to "school" most Sundays...Henna and Finn are pretty good....sometimes!!!....LOL...
I love to take lots and lots of photos of the babies! Its nice to have an australian connection on this site! Like a lot of Irish I have cousins somewhere in Melbourne, and I think most young people from Ireland seem to have travelled to Oz to enjoy the weather, beaches etc., in the last number of years, including my own daughter(she went twice)
I think she spent more time on the east coast on her second visit and worked on the gold coast helping at thoroughbred horse sales.She did visit Sydney and Melbourne. Her first visit she worked mostly on the west coast and on a cattle station east of Perth! Great experience doing so many different jobs!
thank you for your comment! May I ask you, your English setter: Is this color named Liver Try? I have see only one in my life! Absolutly great! Sorry my english is not perfect!
Best regards Esther