Thursday, 21 March 2019

Puppy Reunion, Brooke is 8 and last winter workshop

Last Saturday we went to a Licosateria puppy reunion. It was amazing to see lots of the pups together and go for a walk before playing hoopers and some agility party games! Brooke was also thrilled that there was a litter of 5 week old pups to mother! Here is a video of our day was VERY windy

You can tell by Sparks ears how windy it was!!

Honorary sheltie at lunchtime

Brooke meeting her great nephew!

Brooke and Bru were thrilled with the presents in their party bags from Grandma Lian!!

Poor Toad looks left out bless him!

We were also back to the barn on Monday for the last Nic Garrett workshop for the winter. It has been great to focus on Brooke bean this year and get Bru doing some longer sequences and contacts. Brooke thought it was the best Birthday weekend ever!

 And Birthday girl doing the course 💚💚💚

Tuesday, 12 March 2019


Had a fun trip to Crufts on the Friday to cheer on Paul and Willow in the Medium teams, there team was four beagles and they did themselves proud! Paul's son had got the day off school and enjoyed sitting with us cheering his Dad on, although he did have to tell me to be quiet haha!! 

Bru was fascinated watching his big brother Sirius compete in the champ class on the sunday, we have told him that he could be there one day if he is a good little boy and learns that you can't weave at running speed!! 😂 I'm sure he will get there but slowing down is not on his agenda at all! 

The boys came with us to do a Hoopers demo at the local sheltie club branch meeting. They were really good and enjoyed demonstrating! It was a challenge doing Hoopers in a hall but we found some mats for grip and set up a little course which lots of people enjoyed trying.

This pic made me laugh as we have such incredibly different sables! Their coat types and colours varying enormously! 

Its a hard life!!

And as for Sparkle...her mad as a Hatter cushion sums her up!!!

In non dog news we have planted some seeds and they are starting to grow! So far we have had some beetroot, sweetcorn, spinach and lettuce appear