KFC was soooooooo nice (for a treat)
Merlin thought he should have some and put his pouty face on. Didn't work tho as mummy and dadyy are meanies with food
Ran a bath with sanex bubbles for the pair of them. Merlin was squeaky clean already - could have got in the bath water after him!
Popped Merls on the toilet in his dressing gown whilst I washed mucky pup Oakley - ohhhh he's a dirty one!
After a good rub down and half an hour
Well today we have been up and down the cellar steps umpteen times getting ready to go camping this weekend in the rain! All the gear is now loaded in the car. Merlin was helping Dad by standing in the way in the boot of the car. Oakley on the other hand does not seem too bothered, he was busy having a snooze on the back of the settee.
After tea it will be bath time, though I don't know why I'm bothering as they will be in the sea tommorow
I'm gonna go
Hi everyone! I've been a proud Cavalier owner for 2 years but I just found this site! I've been reading a lot about MVD and I just started giving my Cav. Anastasia fish oil as a suppliment to help her heart. She is murmer free, but I'm trying to keep her that way. has anyone had any success with this or am I wasting my money?
This morning Cleo and I went for a walk around the Lough, a pond which is also a bird sanctuary and is a two minute walk from the front door, but lovely to walk around.
Anyway, while we were walking around, we came across a black Lab accompanied by a Blenheim Cavalier! Both were running in and out of the slipway into the pond. Cleo got so excited to see them she ran accross the grass to watch them in the water - remember this is the doggie who HATES water. She was so enthusiastic to
Updated 26th July 2008 at 03:58 PM by Cleo's Person
Cleo loves running up the stairs in our house. We live in a two up two down and the stairs is off the kitchen so she loves running up them, especially when we're cooking as she gets all the good smells at the top of the stairs.
Her other favourite reason for running up the stairs is the fact that she can easily break into our bedroom. The catch on that door doesn't work properly and so all she needs to do to break in is to scratch the door a few times with her paw and it opens quite
Updated 2nd July 2008 at 02:47 PM by Cleo's Person