Well we have been having some outstanding, truly spectacular weather recently!! It has been roasting! And we have been loving every minute of it!!
I have recently purchased an I-phone (I have finally caught up with the rest of the world haha!) and so have been experimenting with the camera and posting on instagram. For anyone who would like to follow my daily doggie photo posts on my instagram account the name to search for is; Andreajackalleg. There are some art and fish keeping posts on my instagram page but mostly it’s of the amazing pups I spend my days with! After all, they are just so dalm photogenic!
Here is the catch up of photos from the last week.
First up its Molly who would like to take a minute to remind all our lovely customers that it is tick season especially with all this long grass to play in! So please check your pups over of a night-time for any unwelcome hangers-on!
My own Molly-moo posing pretty in the sunshine…
Ella and the Big-Yins on Friday. It seems a long time since this meadow was in full bloom. Summer is officially here!
Mr Hugo, who sadly will be leaving us for roughly four weeks as he holidays with his Nana and Papa in Ireland. Have a fab time lovely boy, see you in August!
MORE SUNSHINE!!!! 😀
Ruben is now dwarfing his mate Kobi, what a big lad he is turning out to be!
My my how long is you tongue Kobs?!
All the better to kiss you with Auntie Andie! Slurp!
Pant pant, up-hill in the sunshine?! What are you trying to do to us Andie!
Maud-monster staying in the shade. Bullies are not good at coping with the heat, so remember folks to always have water to cool them down. The fastest way to chill out any dog if they are not a big fan of going in the water on their own (like Maud is!) is to soak their chest, stomach, neck front legs with cool water. This acts as sweat and draws the heat out, helping them lower their body temperature faster. Paddling pools are a good idea if your pups like playing in the sun in your garden. If your dog does not like water at all then avoid taking them out at all in the heat of the day, opt for cool morning or evening walks instead. And most importantly folks please remember to NEVER leave your dog in your car in this weather. It can reach over 40 degrees in your car in under 20 mins, even with the window open. Each year dogs die in hot cars. Even if you just want to pop into the shops for ten minutes, leave your dog at home! Don’t risk it. http://www.walesonline.co.uk/news/wales-news/watch-what-happens-you-leave-7165791
Lots and lots of swimming to keep cool last week!
Ruben with the Labs, he has caught up to the big guys now! And he still has a way to go yet!
One none doggie-photo, a very pretty birds egg we found!
The summer has begun and this heralds the start of our annual busy boarding season. To start us off we have Mr Leo in da house!
Cutie-pie! Real men do pink 😉