As mentioned in another thread in one of the pregnancy forums we have been getting little digs about having 2 dogs with baby on the way, constant comments from some about how hard it will be and even hints that we should re-home our youngest dog. This is sooooo not happening.
So I thought I would show you my lovely girls and invite you to show us all your lovely fur (or scaly) babies
This is Willow. We sadly lost her last June at nearly 5 years old after fighting liver disease for 2 years. She was very sweet, loving and funny but could also be a moody mare and as stubborn as hell. Miss her always
This is Maisie (yep the same as my username, all the Debs usernames were taken). She is a nearly 3 year old black Labrador. We got her when we found out Willow was poorly and I truly believe it was her company that kept Willow going for so long. Maisie is the sweetest and most gentle dog I have ever met and I defy anyone who meets her not to fall in love with her
Finally this is Lucy. She is a 7 month old Welsh Springer Spaniel. We brought her home in October last year and she has been such a good puppy. We've had our issues, like recently eating OH's rather expensive phone but she's a really good dog and so affectionate.
This is Holly - trying to get Esther out of her crate
She is just coming up to a year old. A lot of people think we are mad having a springer as well as 2 young children but i think it's best to have the dog when the children are young rather than introducing a dog when the children are older. It is hard work. Holly is still very jumpy and chewy so i can't really leave her alone with Esther or Daniel for too long. I love her to bits though and Esther really does too.
(Not the best pic of Holly but all the other ones were when she was very little)
this is our new puppy apollo a border collie x german shepherd who is 10 weeks old, hes very underweight at the moment but we are fattening him up slowly lol, first pic is at home yesterday and the second is on the way home just after we got him x
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