Oh I’ve missed you all. How have you been? You can’t know how happy I was to come home the other day. I have showered Mum and Dad with affection ever since. Oh don’t get me wrong, I love seeing my friends in kennels, but there’s nowhere quite like home. Anyway, before today’s Friday Flashback I wanted to tell you about something you can all have a go at. Hands up who likes quizzes? That’s all of you then. Good, well we’ve got a quiz for you which is all about dogs and which is to raise money for Heidi. To cost just £1.25 to take part and everything we raise will go towards Heidi’s treatment. You can find all you need at http://entlebucher.co.uk/club/rescue/heidi-fundraising/dog-quiz/ Go on, live a little, give it a go!
It has only been recently that we have been given our toys back since Megan arrived. Now we have all found our levels within the pack we are much safer to play together. That is until we start a game of three way tug in the office when my Mistress is trying to get some peace and quiet. I do admit that three dogs growling at each other as they pull in different directions can make an awful lot of noise. I also admit we may not look where we are going and can knock everything in our paths over in the process. Our favourite rope is now sitting on my Mistress’s desk, although I don’t think she wants to keep it there as she says it smells.
And this from when Aristotle was tiny
This is the last video of the puppies in the whelping box. They are going to start having stints in the playpen, so it I thought it might be more fun to take some videos of them up there. They did go in yesterday, just for an hour to have a look. Today they are going up after their lunchtime feed and before their late afternoon feed. They may spend much of the time asleep but we shall see.
I have called today’s video ‘Waking up to breakfast’ you can see it here.
The wormer has given most of them a slightly upset stomach. It makes clearing up all the more fun! Hopefully once it is through their systems in a day or two things will return to normal. We do seem to have got them so my Mistress only has to get up twice in the night. She’s aiming to reduce that in a few days. The puppy mush has made a big difference and Shadow is a lot happier about it too. She will even stay in with them for a while when they’ve finished feeding rather than rushing to get away from them all.
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