So the Puppy arrived with us this week after break down in her family and some neighbours of the family thought a puppy would solve all a families problems.
Luckily the family did the right thing and got in touch with a rescue association www.lesamisdesanimaux.com/ to get their puppy rehomed.
Now I am looking for a puppy but want one that I get to choose over the last 2 dogs who have chosen us.
I saw her on a post and was immediately taken with her and asked to meet her. I then saw a client comment on her too and saw that much earlier than me her husband had been tagged I had just not registered the name. So I rang her up and had a conversation with her and at the end of the conversation it was a given that Millie was not for me and that my client was the one she was destined to be a part of their family.
Now I am a bit sad but also know as it is a client that is adopting her is that I will get to see her often. We have her till Sunday when she will be picked up by her new family and taken home.
A puppy will come my way eventually, that I will know is the one for us, until then I will keep on looking. Do love this little monster and she has won everyone's hearts and stolen a few shoes and slippers.........
Please do visit the website for the charity or the facebook page as there are always dogs that are needing fostering and often there are puppies too. www.facebook.com/groups/313621008806233
So as of march when our current flee and tic treatment runs out on my own 2 dogs we are going to give a natural remedy a go. i know 3 of our clients are currently using it and ive never see a sigle tic or flee on their dogs and a 4th is just about to start using it.
While i do not endorse this particular method this is the link to what i am going to be making for my 2:
If you use something similar please do let us know and what results you have had from it.
So our first blog......
We have been on site at the new place for 2 months now but only been open for 1 here and its been a very interesting 2 months.
While building continues after lots of problems that we wont bore folks with we decided to build phase 3 first.
Phase 1 was the kennels and the garden area.
Phase 2 is the in house dog area
Phase 3 was the front fenced welcome area (which is pretty big)
Phase 4 is the drive area
Phase 5 is a cattery (may or may not happen depending on costs as this we have to do from scratch.
So watching the dogs in the garden at 7:30am its great to see them stretch their legs and just mooch around to see whats new in the place (which is not much from yesterday but the dogs always seem to find some interesting smell to sniff at)
One of the thing I am glad about is other places not being able to point out the obvious that we don't live on site which I do now on a permanent basis. It is one of the few things we always made sure to tell clients, now i don't have to :)
Im probably not very good at this blog thing but i'm hoping to get better and it might help me start to communicate with other humans although id much prefer to just communicate with your dogs.