My ears are on the way up.
What do you mean, Westies aren’t lapdogs?
I like to climb and I’m not a puppy anymore!
I don’t fancy living in an Ice Age.
Where to from here?
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What do you mean, “Dogs don’t climb trees”???
I’m beginning to like storytime.
What’s the big deal about an ear up?
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Getting to know the neighbour.
My double coat is showing.
I know the best spot!
I’m a graduate. 🙂
Maybe my ears aren’t up yet but my Mohawk is.
Before we went to Puppy School today I was comfortable knowing that no-one ever failed because Fergus is usually too excited to concentrate but he surprised me by showing he could sit, drop, stay, come and run through a tunnel, no bother! I didn’t bother to demonstrate he knows what “do a pee” means. 🙂
Rocks to climb and toys to kill.
Correas to sniff.
Carrier bags to investigate.
Rest stops to take.
Structures to appraise
A Linen cupboard to snooze in.
Rock walls to scranble over.
Photographer to amuse.
Shrubs to hide in.
Pots to peer through.
More rocks to climb
Ferns to sample.
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Today a new Westie came into our lives, Fergus. He’s 8 weeks old and super cute.
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Why is Mum smiling?
Four puppies, all equally cute.
Fergus snuggled into Alex’s jacket.
Tilly came to us in 1999, she was 1/2 Westie and 1/2 Maltese.
Maizie came to us in 2002 and she was 3/4 Westie, 1/4 Maltese.
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Tilly and Maizie.
Tilly surveying the scene.
Tilly looking for trouble.
Maizie ready for action.
Maizie 2 days after a bath.