Hi Chantal, how are things over in Northern Ireland, are your boys behaving them selves, Finlay and I are fed up getting soaked at every walk the rain here has not stopped for days,caint wait to see the sun (",)
Hi Chantal, you rearlly are getting the nice weather it's rained here nearly every day for about 2weeks, think i'd better learn to swim, no Finlay doesn't swim he's never been in water to try, there is a resivoir near that we used to walk around it's Finlay's favorite place to go but it's all fenced off, we dont go down much now as it's quite a walk vet doesn't want him walking to far but i phone someone i've met walking our dogs he brings his car so Finlay can have lift home must admit Finlay and i miss the long walks, but at least he's keeping well sometimes i forget he's ill, were still keeping fingers crossed, hugs to your boys from us (",)
You must forgive the lack of communication but blogging is a bit of an alien concept to us. Ozz has been the most amazing addition to our family. When we got him we never could have imagined how much he would change our family. We saved him but he really saved us. He has become a constant companion to Damon who is 17 now and sitting NCEA level 3. He has a stressful time with school and juggling everything so he and Ozz are always out walking together. He follows Niamh around and uses her like a squeaky toy. They are always playing together and he waits at the top of the stairs for her to come home each day. What I didn't realise was that he would be like having a two year old in the house again. After surviving two toddlers I would have to say he's the most 'helpful' I've ever had. Whatever you do his head is in the middle of it. If you look in the cupboard he sticks his head through your legs to see whats happening. He has to help carry the shopping up the stairs for you which usually means the bags you are carrying become twice as heavy. And as for thinking he is a lap dog I'm sure he was a Chahuahua in his last life because he cannot understand the exclamations of surprise when he pops up on someones knee. Fancy that. All in all we are loving every minute of him. We hope you and your family are well and we will do better to keep in touch. take care.
Your right sun shinning makes all the differance, i couldn't leave front door open Finlay would be out and off, he's doing fine sometimes you forget he's not well, he's been lying in the sun he loves that he takes all his soft toys out and lies amongst them, it's like he thinks there his boys (",)