The boys have been discharged from the vets all has healed beautifully.
They continue to fill our lives with joy, and thanks to Bartie loads of laughs. He is quite the entertainer. They has lost all their baby teeth and have a set of lovely pearly white ‘big’ teeth.
Reggie 22.8kg Bartie 21.8kg
Well those of us on diets may have talked about cutting bits off to help lose weight.
The boys HAVE had bits cuts off and they still gained weight this week. The Vets has told us to cut down on their food as they are starting to look TOO well fed!
Reggie 21.8kg Bartie 20.2kg
We can teach the dogs to sit…we didn’t teach Reggie to lay in such an exposed! way tee hee
The pups are back home and are still ‘groggy’ however it doesn’t stop them munching their dinner down
Our pups are growing so fast and doggy adolescence has found them.
It must be time to make the cruellest cut of all. They are booked in to allow them time to recover from the operation before the next puppy class so we can ‘nurse’ them back to health.
The operation went well. Roger has done an excellent job with his cross stitch. Two days after the procedure the pups are running around like nothing has happened and we are chasing them trying to prevent them pulling a stitch.
The boys are fine we are exhausted!
Bartie… he’s cool
Reggie ‘flasher’ Wilson has some hugs with his Dad
We really love you Dad..can we clean your ears for you
Our first trip to a pub…Monsal Head
The boys are very good and help clean the stone flags of beer that has been spilt
A muddy walk in the village with Jayne & Kevin
Puppy Training is going well and the boys are becoming adolescents so they sometimes do as they are asked first time, sometimes in their own time.
Reggie 20.7kg Bartie 19.4kg
Bartie collects some of their toys together
This one will do
Reggie pretends he doesn’t want to play
Ronnie robot doesn’t phase Reggie or Bartie