My god they are a hand full…. Talk about advanced!
27th Nov: Morning cover was Nikki, who reports all good, after her initial OMG how cute, she soon realised that cute also has a darker side…. crazy 5 week old Weimaraners x 9 does not make for a easy morning…. they had a great time, as did Nikki, and she is very taken by Mr Blue, I think she may be stalking the family who gets him! Alison took Nik off at 1pm till I got home and again, a different person but still full of beans. Myself and Nikki tried to confuse Alison by changing a couple of collars over, but she saw the difference in charecters…. The evening brought the Evans family round for puppy cuddles and chippy tea, they had Bailey from the 1st litter (Mr Purple) and Stanley from the second litter (Mr Brown) so it only seemed right to pop over and say Hi, Was lovely to catch up and lovely to see the family smile as the pups strut there stuff, its been a bit of a rough time for them the past few years, but watching Kelly interact with the pups and smile was heart warming.
28th Nov: Lynda did her puppy cover yet again, I am grateful for all the help everybody has given me with the pups so I can still go to work, the evening brought Terry and Lesley, we had a good catch up and the pups gave them a run for their money. It is so interesting to sit back and watch how each pup handles each person in a different way. Their little charecters coming out. Its also fascinating to see the dogs that you think will be one way, turn into something else depending on the person involved…. Miss Pink certainly enjoyed the visit and fell a sleep on Lesley for most of the time she was here.
29th Nov: Another long day for me, put the pups had Granny Moore for the first time, Now Granny More is a huge part of my girls life and we have missed her so much, she owns Tarns daddy, and is head dog sitter when I work long shifts, but d=sadly due to ill family members she has been otherwise engaged, the big girls have missed her loads, and their smiles when she walked in on Friday was lovely. I am sure the babies enjoyed their Granny more cover too. Debbie took Sue off in the afternoon till Wayne got in. Debbie let Tarn in to interact, she reported a noted difference in the way Tarn was willing to feed, which is totally understandable as the teeth are like needles now….
30th Nov: Debbie again covered whilst we worked at the dog club, the afternoon brought Fiona to see her pup…whoever he may be, again all of them played up to the visit, putting on their best behaviour. I got a few minutes to lay down and snooze and cuddle after Fiona left and before Alison, Aimee and Alfie arrived for a flying visit. The evening was then mine and we dedicated it to puppies and cuddle which where all mine… The whole of the downstairs is now puppy zone, the living room is the big dogs but at night the pups get it all… and they love it!