Lovely puppy news from Kay Pennycott:
Have attached some photos of Isla - doing pretty well. She is 13 weeks old tomorrow. Started 2 puppy classes now and about to spend a week on holiday with me and my sister on the coast. Hopefully she won't get thoroughly confused re toilet training. My sister's older dog is coming who is lovely and patient - they have already met - I think Isla might enjoy it much more than he will though! She already loves picking up shoes and trying to run outside with them and/or anything else she finds on the floor which she regularly "mine sweeps" for possibilities.
Editors note: Daisy is still pinching shoes and she's nearly FIVE!!!!
I have had some Spring photos sent in, which one should go on the Home Page next? Let me know which one you prefer.
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16 people, 8 Welsh Terriers and 1 Cocker Spaniel met outside Jojo's cafe at Tankerton on Saturday. We had a fabulous saunter along the sea front, fromTankerton, which led us into Whitstable. A really lovely place to visit and very dog friendly.
The weather was intermittent, ranging from sunny with blue skies to hailstones! You needed to wrap up warm but it was very pleasant.
Tim, our Ramble Co-ordinator, led us eventually to The Marine Hotel, which was very smart and spacious. The food was excellent. Newcomers Peter & Joan Cooper with their dog Freddy came along and they said they were made to feel very welcome.
All the dogs were extremely well behaved and a credit to their owners. Many thanks once again must go to Tim & Sue, especially so, as Tim was feeling poorly but still turned up not only to walk but take lots of photos. These will go on the website as soon as we can sort them out. I can't wait to see them. Get well soon Tim.
I did take a couple of photos as we were strolling back to the car. Blue sky, sea, beach huts and Welsh Terriers. What more could you ask for? The dogs slept like little logs when we got home.
If anyone else has any photos they wish to be aded to the website please send them to me.