It seems like my blog posts keep getting further and further apart… I do hope to change that in the near future. Life has just been, well a bit busy!
Two of our puppies have left home to begin journey’s of their own. Our little Diamond is now known as Meeshayla or “Meeshi” for short, and “Hansel” was named by his owners a couple of weeks ago.
In typical Cavalier fashion of loving the person they are with entirely, they are both settling into their homes like they’ve always been there. Thank you to their incredible new owners. I know you’ll keep in touch often, and let me be a part of their lives. You are what makes sharing this breed with others so worthwhile.
This coming weekend, Boomer and Cowboy (now known as Charlie) will also start off on adventures of their own. What the heck am I going to do with no little puppies in the house?! It seems like its been mayhem here for months.. I guess technically it has been!
We had incredible warm weather on Sunday and it was the perfect opportunity to get out and play with my camera. Unfortunately my batteries died.. but I did manage to get some pictures I’m happy with.
“Garnet” who is in process of getting a name change. I’m just not sure to what yet… Luna? Lexi? Ember? Ebony? Lily? (I know if she’s named Lily who she will be going to live with)
We shared this photo of our spunky girl on our Facebook page the other day. She’s sticking around for further evaluation as a potential breeding/show prospect.
Boomer is the only one I didn’t manage to get any decent pictures of. He was far too busy for a photo shoot! Boomer is heading to the States to do some agility. He’ll maybe dabble in some conformation and other dog sports. His owners really wanted a dog with lots of drive and go….and well he definitely has that. I think he got a double dose from both parents. This little guy is going to keep her very busy!
He’s fully into his teen ganglies and weighed 9.5lbs at the Vet last week. He’s cute but funny looking right now. Good thing I absolutely adore him, and Zo and Mylee seem to think he’s a pretty cool dude too.