Some of you might remember me. I was Mom to Dinsdale the Beagle. Then Porter joined our pack. Porter is a basset hound. We lost Dinsy to Cancer and were very fortunate to have the chance to rescue a wonderful bulldog named Fuggles. Recently we lost our beloved Fuggles to (what we think was) a heart condition. There will never be another furry child like Fuggles.
To mend our broken hearts, we have rescued another beagle baby. Her name is Sheena and is a total Princess. She's only 18 months (or thereabouts) so she's still got quite the puppy spirit. She keeps us on our toes and we adore her. So does Porter! They play a great deal which pleases us to no end. Porter (grumpy old basset) has embraced his inner puppy!
Just did a mini-photoshoot this morning... and I couldn't wait to share!
Its been a few weeks since we had Frodo Updates. Six weeks ago we bought home the most gorgeous silvery blue puppy with soft paws and floppy ears
We now have the same gorgeous silvery blue puppy with semi soft paws and floppy ears an air for mischief that keeps us on our toes everyday.
He had his 12 week injection on Saturday and come Wednesday next week we are going to be starting puppy preschool. So far our training at home is going pretty well. We have sit, shake, and drop down pretty well; Dinner time he sits and waits until he is given permission to eat. Walking on the lead is so so - but something that I will be working on more.
But anyway onto what I know most of you want to see and that is pictures but beware there is a load of them.
Christmas was way to hot, Christmas night was to hot so I didn't get any sleep.
Boxing day dawned cool, so I decided to take the opportunity to take the dogs for a walk down at the river - been too hot for the past week to go out anywhere.
We have a lovely walk and I went further along the river that I had ever gone before, I discovered a great bent, gnarled old gum tree and a lovely old ricktey pier which Holly just wanted to jump off of. I wouldn't let her as I new there were submerged logs etc around the pier and the last thing I needed was for her to skewer herself.
I think I spent well over an hour and half at the river, it was 7.45am by the time I got home and it was already starting to get to around 25 C - ugh.
I however had my trust camera with me :) and now I direct you to the photos. So my friends