Here are a few pictures of Dottie taken while visiting her last weekend. She has really grown and her coat has started coming through. She is really striking and has such unusual markings. She is also very calm and relaxed so I'm sure she will fit in very well with Ruby and Daisy! We can't wait to bring her home :)
Last week Ralph from Daisy's summer litter came to stay. He is only 16 weeks old was such a good boy. He stayed for a week and was such a delight. He was very settled and enjoyed playing with the big dogs and puppies alike. His coat had really developed and was so soft.
Well done to Ralph's new owners who have worked so hard with him to ensure he is one well mannered, chilled out pup!
Here is a video of him playing with all the dogs outside in the wet! :)
It's a bittersweet time as we prepare to say goodbye to Ruby's wonderful litter, but I am also so pleased to announce the imminent arrival of Dottie to our family. Dottie is a red sable F1 Cockapoo. Her Mum is a red sable English Show Cocker Spaniel and her Dad is a red Miniature Poodle. Dottie is from Olidan Cockapoos and comes from great breeding with both parents being extensively health tested and having outstanding temperaments. Dottie is Prcd-Pra Clear by parentage and FN Clear by parentage.
We are so excited to be adding to our family and we look forward to bringing her home to join Ruby and Daisy. I am also looking forward to our puppy training classes and watching her grow and develop!
Thank you Nicky for our amazing girl :-)
The puppies are seven weeks old! Time is flying and in a little over a weeks time they will all be leaving for their new homes. Ruby has done a great job with her litter, she is such a wonderful Mum; it is great to watch her teaching and playing with her puppies. The coming week is also an important time for the puppies to play, interact and learn from each other. They are all so friendly and all very confident! They love to play out in the garden and love their food. House training is going great and they are happy to spend time in the crate and away from the rest of the litter. Their coats are all coming in and curling up nicely!
I am really going to miss them but it is made easier at the thought of the wonderful new homes they have :-)
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