Our girl Hazard

I can’t believe she is 14 weeks old! It’s madness. She is growing so fast. She seems to get bigger everyday, she already needs a new harness! She can jump on the sofa now without any help (and makes the most of it). And is even faster at running up the stairs! She is very... Continue Reading →

Pupdate: 13 weeks

Hazard is 13 weeks old today. Every day she gets funnier and sassier. Her toilet training is going well and she attended her first training class ; she was amazing . It was such a positive experience. She was the youngest and smallest but she let her presence be known. She is so confident with... Continue Reading →

Hazard :- 11 weeks old

I can’t believe it’s been 3 weeks! Crazy! Hazard has had a busy week filled with family visits, her first proper walk and the discovery of the sea! Hazard’s house training is going well; now and again she has the odd accident but on the whole she is really good and let’s us know she... Continue Reading →

Surviving Quarantine

Well we certainly are living in “strange times”, if I’ve ended a conversation once with “stay safe” I’ve done it a hundred times. suddenly our worlds have become much, much smaller. Mine consists of my house, garden, dog, husband and a woodland circuit. As a natural introvert who probably spends more time in my own... Continue Reading →

Adjusting to a new normal

Staying home, no running, no bread, no gym, WFH (working from home), learning to keep myself busy at home and dealing with the anxiety Covid-19 brings. Well that escalated quickly didn’t it. One week we are plodding along washing our hands more, trying not to touch our face and the next week we can’t leave... Continue Reading →

2019 : September

At the start of this year I gave myself a list of things I wanted to do every single month of 2019. This list was full of small but important things to make sure I made the most of each month.  We spent much of last year just desperately trying to get through each month... Continue Reading →

The imperfect perfect dog.

Dogs can be an emotive subject for some people; especially if talking about their own. I’ll fight anyone who tries to tell me my boy isn’t my baby and will moan about dogs not being allowed on beaches during the best part of the year (Even though humans make much more mess than dogs and... Continue Reading →

2019 : August

At the start of the year I gave myself a list of things I wanted to do every single month of 2019. I wanted to make the most of each month rather than just rushing through each day and week. We are halfway into September and it’s taken so long to write August's post because... Continue Reading →

Dog training? It’s all fun and games.

We have recently completed a few new training courses with Watercombe dogs and have just started a regular training class with them. It’s turned my training priorities completely upside down! Duke has absolutely loved it! And I have too. The training is all game based. You use games and fun to teach you dog to... Continue Reading →

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