Rather than send out a bunch of replies, I’ll just post one message here.
Chris is back in the hospital, so we could use your well wishes!! We’re not sure if he will be sprung before the weekend is out or not.
Of course this has all flared up over a long weekend when no one is available so we are totally in the dark as to how they want to proceed.
The problem of course being that **I** am going into month end which means no time off. Add to this the complication of my knees and not being able to get up into the loft to throw down hay for the horses! This is not being an enjoyable long weekend!
If anyone local is up to helping out..or knows anyone who could use a few days work..it would be greatly appreciated!!
You know how to reach us!
We got some pictures taken while the puppies were having playtime together so here are a few of the kids.
Here are Corey (Yasashiikuma Encore Performnce) and Sam (Yasashiikuma Play It Again Sam) the two boys that we are running on from the litter from Hunter and Rocky. They are 11 weeks now. Corey has got the ear thing perfectly, Sam may need a little assistance.
Brogan is now 13 weeks and 50 pounds. He came to us 5 weeks ago at 28 pounds so he is basically gaining at the rate of 1/2 a pound a day. He’s already outgrown one crate and is close to outgrowing the second. We have three more sizes to go – the 48×36, the Midwest Giant, and the Midwest Colossal. Now if Donovan and Ruari could both fit into the Colossal, Brogan should not outgrow it!
Sam and Brogan playing “Catch the Rabbit”. This game will eventually evolve into “Herd the Wirehaired Cow” Right now with Brogan sadly lacking in agility in comparison to the corgi puppies they lead and he follows.
I love this one. This is clearly a case of Sam trying to entice Brogan into some sort of mischief. This reminds me very much of Alanna and Penny as puppies – the Brawn and the Brains
This is Ember with Brogan. She is actually a couple of months older than he is and therefore is his major playmate. We only let him play with the little guys under supervision because he’s such a big klutz that an accident could happen all too quickly. But Ember keeps him in line and tells him when he’s too rough, putting him down to the ground. Hey Brogan!! CORGIS have up ears…wolfhounds have rose ears!!!
And this is a shot of Ember, just because I love the way she looks in this photo – I just wish the posts weren’t in the way!
Hmmmm…..something is strangely familiar about these two pictures.
No, it isn’t the same puppy….
It’s the twins!
Even after separation for almost 3 months these two are still identical…right down to their preferred sleeping habits
On the left is Chief in B.C., on the right is Fergus in Ontario.
Is having to occassionally share a comfortable chair with a human being so badly abused that they need rescuing?.