I couldn’t resist sending this. She is just a little treasure. She has so much personality . I adore her.
She is house trained. She takes herself outside and even at night she waits until the morning when I take her out. I imagine there will be a few accidents but she is very intelligent.
Just wanted to share this.
It is almost a year since I picked Zoe up from you at Katoomba. I just wanted to share this photo with you. It is taken just after a bath and groom.
She is the most lovable and affectionate little girl and has made herself loved by all the family. She is absolutely adorable, and has a great personality. At the moment she is snuggled up on the lounge ( the one with the red towel on it) and into the cushion . Thoroughly spoilt!
She loves being inside but also loves chasing lizards outside. Fortunately they are too fast for her, but they keep her amused for hours.
Hope you have had a good year.
Hi Donna and Steve,
Hope you are well.
Can we share with you what a joy our Rosie is! She is known by my kids at school as ‘Miss Naughty Pants’ as she is still in her puppy naughty stage (stealing tissue packs from my handbag currently is her favourite trick).
She’s been desexed now, she and our other dog Ruby had surgery together on the same day which was comforting for both of them (and for us). She still loves her pink rabbit and loves playing with her million and one toys. I take her to school frequently and she is quite kid proof – I have several kids I threaten to check their bags on days Rosie has been to school, they love her so much.
We had a recent scare with Glenn’s mum who collapsed at our place and we needed to call an ambulance. While we were waiting for the ambulance, Rosie snuggled into my mother-in-law’s chest and was amazingly perceptive in what she needed to do to comfort Val.
Our vet predicts Rosie will be about 6 kg as an adult dog. Rosie is 5.5 kg currently, but is 15 kg in personality of course!
Just a quick email & photo of our very lovely Womble – she is settling in well (after a few sleepless nights) & Mindy & her are getting on well – lots of playing!
Thanks so much for all of your help – we all absolutely adore her!
Dear Steve and Donna,
Wow I’m six months old already!! The last few months have been very busy, graduating puppy school (see photo), and in particular this week, I got my first major haircut and bath and I also got desexed on Thursday. I’ve bounced back very well and still don’t sit still for long! I’m missing my sister Sadie though whilst I recuperate properly because I’m far too mischievous to take it easy if she was around, so she’s visiting my Grammy.
I love the beach, and chasings, and stealing the ball from Sadie. I also LOVE food. The vet was nooo worries – they gave me treats! I love dogs more than humans, but am starting to enjoy a snuggle or two. I also like snuggling under blankets.
My legs are so giraffe long, I struggle to be coordinated most days! I have a bit more filling out to do to best suit my new short haircut. I look like a little black lamb, with a show pony prance!!
I think that’s all I’ve got for you at the moment, but I’ll send more pictures soon!
Hello Steve and Donna,
Been meaning to email you for a long time! I got my beautiful cavoodle puppy from you guys in May 2014! She was born 27/2/14!
She is the most beautiful tempered dog and everyone that meets her falls in love 🙂 we have had no problems with her at all! And I still remember the day we came and got her. I’m attaching some pictures of her 🙂 her names Lilah.
From Kaitlin Brown
Tilly was 3 in October and going strong.
Attached a couple of photos; when we first got her & 1 about a year ago after a clipping.
Although she has her moments, we’ve had no dramas health wise and she’s still enjoying the humans too.