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02 June 2017
A Family of Sea Dogs.......

My inbox has been full of lovely seaside pictures this week, in celebration of a third birthday for the beautiful litter born to Blodyn and Glen in 2014....

First up is Rachel Waller's Tiffin who is certainly a sea dog but also enjoys lots of other activities - especially agility and meeting her friends.

And (above and below) Jeremy and Caroline Bickerton's Bramble is equally at home on the beach and in the water. Jeremy writes

"We take Bramble with us virtually everywhere we go so she has a very varied and hopefully never dull time. She has really grown up in the last year and follows us around and loves nothing better than lots of cuddles. We still do agility with her and make up lots of games for her in the garden. She gets so excited when we take her to her class and cannot wait to get started and is totally focused.  she likes to swim and immerse herself in the river to cool off."

And the Waters family's Toulouse is another beach boy (below)

but likes to relax at home as well........

James writes simply

"He remains the most loving pet one could ever have and a great companion."

And Lesley Neville writes of Tedi (above)

"Well where did three years go?  I can’t believe that Tedi is three years old today.

He is doing very well in his Heelwork To Music, in March he won the Intermediate Freestyle class at a show near Wolverhampton which made him an Advanced Freestyle dog, and in May, last week, he won the Intermediate Heelwork class at a show near Rugby and that makes him Advanced in Heelwork too – and all whilst he was still only two years old.

So he is now working at the same level as big brother Dewy, who, incidentally, has qualified for the Crufts Semi Finals in the Freestyle section to be held next January!"


And here is my Bruma, just enjoying life at home................




And last but not least - Jess, who lives in Inverness with Liz and James Mclardy and enjoys plenty of mountain walks......

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