Polly goes up to Bristol later in the month with Jasper for her MRI scan and to be graded on the BVA Chiari Malformation/Syringomyelia Scheme
Took this bit of video a couple evenings ago of the pups with the rest of the pack.
Finally, I have been able to load a video up on here after two days of trying. This is from early this morning, I am now going to try and load a video from two days ago.
Five of Rosie's pups Minnie, Solly, Teddie, Bonnie and Dewi had their first vaccinations on Tuesday. Sorry, I have not updated until now, as internet connection is making it hard to upload videos at the moment. All went well and all were given a clean bill of health by the vet and all testicles have dropped. Which is always good to have had that happen before pups leave me. Also all going well Bonnie and Dewi are being visited this weekend and the next weekend by families interested in them. So fingers crossed that we have found the seven pups available from Rosie's lovely nine pups homes. Will try and get some footage of the pups up later.
Down to eight pups. Eric (ruby boy) had his first jab on Friday (given thumbs up by the vet), so it fits in with still being able to leave at 10 weeks old. The vets are very busy and could not fit the other five (that are going to leave us at later dates) in until this afternoon. The two I'm keeping I will get done at a later date. They could not come out to me to do their first jabs, as I normally have them do, due to being so busy, so not overly looking forward to taking five of them together. I will have reinforcements with two of my children helping. We normally wait in the car until the vet is ready for us all together, as the waiting room is a bit small. The video (below) is this morning of the pups.
Tried to load this video (below) last night but the internet was not having it, so have managed to load it up in what I have begun to call the "Golden period" for internet connection and faster uploading which is from the early hours to around 8am and it worked. Yesterday I was getting dog food supplies and saw some toys that I thought the pups might enjoy and go a bit carried away buying them but ,I know with the rest of the packs panache for stealing the pups toys I will get my money's worth out of them.
The first of Rosie's pups left us yesterday with Helen, Alan and family, which includes Otto (Polly's litter sibling) to live with them at Winkleigh a twenty minute or so drive away. Sacha is a stunning little girl with what seems like a soft nature but happy to adventure when given the chance. Wishing Helen, Alan and family all the best with Sacha.
Rosie's pups are growing into really nice spaniel types and the girl Bonnie, that is still available has a family coming to see her on Saturday, so fingers crossed for her. We still have two boys available (labelled in the photos below). You can learn about Mum and Dad of the pups CLICK HERE and CLICK HERE to learn about getting a pup from Poundlane and the price of our pups. If then interested ring me (Jane) on 01769 560969 for a no pressure chat.
Peaches is now off her first heat and back in the pack, which her sister Brimble is very happy about that. Brimble is showing no signs of coming on heat yet. Really pleased with these two. Both very loving softees.
Rosie's pups reach seven weeks old today. That crept up rather fast. Quin has become Sacha and she will be the first to leave us, next Sunday but she is only going to Winkleigh to live with Otto, who is one of Polly's litter siblings, so not far. My oldest child was rather sweet on Sacha when he was home on leave.
The pups have started adventuring beyond the patio gate (below) and are enjoying feeling grass beneath their paws and learning how to negotiate gradients.
We also are seeing good dribbling skills (below) developing. The pups whimpering in the background (below) of the videos is because we had just shut the gate of the patio and a couple of them wanted to be off adventuring again.
Polly loves climbing the Willow tree but she ain't coming down unless she's sure she is getting a bit of cookie.
Busy as Rosie's pups grow and want to adventure further. Keeping nine little fellows occupied can be demanding at times. They are a lovely bunch and love to be out and about and above all near human company. Very waggy tails, I can see amongst them great talent in the wagging of their tails. I think in the future we can expect some Champion waggy tail winners at local fetes.
Today Tania came and microchipped all of them, in our home today. That signals to me that I can't keep them all and we are now on the journey to getting the pups ready to leave us. We are keeping two Lucy (The girls have won and she will be called, "Lucy.") one the tricoloured girls and Clarence the only black and tan boy. The first pup will leave just over the 8 weeks old with some staying with us until 11 weeks old. Three are still available. The only orange and white girl and the two orange and white boys. Photos (below) of the pups that are still available. You can learn about Mum and Dad of the pups CLICK HERE and CLICK HERE to learn about getting a pup from Poundlane and the price of our pups. If then interested ring me (Jane) on 01769 560969.
Videos (below) of the pups over the last few days.
Rosie's pups are now finding their families. The last three days have seen three of them being chosen and for those next visiting, I have put on the photos (below) which pups are still available.
I managed to procure nine puppy collar and lead sets (below) from St Johns Garden Centre yesterday and are now putting them on the pups today.
Rosie's pups are now thirty-nine days old and are a stunning bunch. We start families visiting us this weekend to choose their pups. Three of Rosie's nine lively, confident and very loving pups are still looking for their forever homes. If you are interested give me a ring on 01769 560969 for a no pressure chat.
You can see photos and read about the parents of this litter CLICK HERE
Photos below of the pups over the last few days.
Peaches has become a handsome girl and I can see so much of her Grandmother Smudge in her. A few days ago she started her first heat. She is from Ernest and Blottie litter born the 1st February 2022.
Active, sporting, sound little spaniels
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Welcome to this blog. I am Jane, a hobby breeder, situated in North Devon, England, UK (map at bottom of page ,shows where we are) on a quest to breed a healthier small spaniel similar to the Cavalier King Charles Spaniel.
WE DO NOT EXPORT PUPPIES
Why I don't export
Our breeding dogs are multi generational extensively health tested. With all our breeding stock having recommended and relevant DNA tests for their breed/breeds. We also have breeding stock annually eye examined on the BVA Hereditary Eye Disease Scheme for dogs, MRI scanned on the BVA scheme using the BVA chiari malformation /syringomyelia breeding protocol, and heart examined using The Kennel Club Heart Scheme for Cavalier King Charles breeding protocol