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Wednesday, November 20, 2013
The website is IABCA.com where you can see all the details. Problem is these shows are only held in the US - hopefully they will start holding them in Canada too.
Sorry about the wait for a reply, but life can be hectic at times. Chief is an absolute joy and is loved by all, except for maybe the resident cat; she merely tolerates him. Anita and I can't believe we waited so long to get another pup.
Here's a pic from a week or so ago, on the beach in Tracadie. He'll soon be tagging along on some hunts to get used to the sounds and smells, but probably a month or two before any serious training.
We'll be in touch.....
Tuesday, November 12, 2013
Good Morning Don,
Do you remember that I have to take Medicine in the A.M. for my Multiple Sclerosis? It used to be at 6:30, but now I can wait until 7:30. If I am not up already, Sable gets me up. She will put her head down on the bed and look at me. If that does not work, Sable Breathes on me , that usually works. If not, she flaps her ears. That gets me up.
Bill & I got in late last night. I did not get up when the "lab alarm clock" did her thing at 7:30. Bill got up and let het out. She did it again, at 7:45. He fed her, but she kept coming back to me. Bill said" I don't know what's wrong with her, or why she keeps bothering you"… "I do." I said and got up, walked into the dining room and took my pills. Then Sable went back to bed! I said to Bill "see".
I thought I'd let you know that even thought my 'Labrador Alarm clock' has grey on her muzzle and eye brows, and her eyes are getting cloudy..'.it' still rings on time.
Even if someone else hits the "snooze button" she still comes back to get me up.
Proud ower of a Doindogs Labrador Sable, my "Labrador Alarm Clock"
Thursday, November 07, 2013
Wednesday, November 06, 2013
I'm not sure where the time has gone and I'm sorry I haven't been in touch much sooner! I can't believe it has been a year now since I got Tucker from you. We went in today for his annual check up with Dr. Rushton and he was pleased with how Tucker has grown. Tuck did have some digestive issues in the spring, which fortunately just worked itself out. Then the summer came and we were up at our cottage every weekend . . . he loves the beach! He's a great dog & is starting to settle down a bit . . . but still likes to shred things! I have attached a few photos of him (early Spring and couple from this summer). Tell Pierrette that he still has his "wiggle" bum & the wavy line down his back.
Well I hope all is well with you Don. How is Puck doing? Now that Tuck & I are home more, hopefully we can drop by for a visit & you can see how he's grown (70 pounds now).
All the best!