Wednesday, June 28, 2006

The girls move outside

Addy and Amelia have been in the puppy room since their siblings left. We have now moved them out to the kennel where they can be with the other dogs. Each evening, I'll rotate them into the house and to the crate at night. It will give them special attention and allow them to get used to being in the crate. At first, I'm sure that they won't be happy, but it's also important to separate the girls so that they don't become so bonded with each other. I'll get up in the middle of the night to let them out so that no mistakes are made. It will also be fun to have them to play with in the evening. They are wild!!!!

I thought that it would be appropriate to share the rainbow photo taken from the R/V Nancy Foster a few weeks ago. Today has been so hot that I suspect we might get a thunderstorm this evening.

On a sad note, the heavy rains in the Ohio valley caused the destruction of Carol Heidl's home. Carol has the world reknowned Tabatha kennel in Sandusky, Ohio. Her home was completely destroyed but all of her dogs, except two old rescued girls, were saved. Sadly, the old girls died due to the stress of the situation. Carol is in need of just about anything. Charlie and I sent a donation to her home address. If you would like to help out a fellow breeder who is in dire need, her address is:
Carol Heidl
2708 Campbell St.
Sandusky, OH 44870

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