02/02/2014

Feb blog
Sunday was awful the rain was nonstop and the wind wasn’t much better.
I did the house dogs and the bitches with pups.
I did the first group of puppies and then went down to the kennels and did each group individually so they didn’t get so wet.
Wendy and Brian came down for a few hours; they helped me clean the kennels.
The hybrids stayed out for the day as they could go in if they wanted to, but the little dogs went out for brief runs.
I finished down at the kennel and then did the house dogs and the meat for the next day.
Brian and Wendy put new white board up on the whelping pens in the house.
I cleaned the bottom block and helped with some of the boards.
I did the lunchtime feeds and Wendy and Brian left as the weather was really bad where they live and they may not have been able to get back into their village due to flooding.
I spent the afternoon wiping down the kennels and getting rid of dust that builds up over a few days.
I wormed a couple of dogs and then did some paper work.
I cleaned all the back pen and kennels at the top where the hybrids had been running in and out of.
I got the dogs in and fed everyone, I did the kennel temperature charts and then came up and did the house dogs and washed the floors.
I had a few emails to answer and then a couple of phone calls before dinner and a few hours with the dogs.
Monday morning was another really wet start, I did the house dogs and the bitches, Amy arrived and we did the pups and then down to the kennel.
We did the first two groups together and the feeds for everyone while they were out.
Next out was the hybrids and Kiro.
I got Kiro done while Amy did the field water.
Kiro came in and we did Reo and then the rest of the kennels.
We did the house dogs and cleaned the bottom block, I left Shone and Narla in with the house dogs, Narla has been being a pain some times when I leave her in the house when she knows I am outside she does stupid things like eats a tube of antiseptic cream or opens a box of cotton buds all over the floor, as she did again today.
I fed the hybrids in the top pens while Amy was down at the kennel letting the little dogs out in the field.
Everyone went out and then we did the lunchtime feeds, Amy did the odd jobs and picking up leaves while I power washed two of the bottom yards.
We stacked all the newspaper that Wendy had brought down and made up all the feed bins for a couple of weeks.
I wormed bitches and puppies then a customer came to look at the yorkies.
I bedded up the hybrid kennels and then power washed the hybrid day pen and got everyone in.
I did the feeds and charts then the last group of puppies before coming up and letting the house dogs out again.
Dinner paper work worm puppies and then bed.
Tuesday morning
I did the house dogs and the bitches, Amy arrived and fed Shone and Narla, and then we did the first outside group of puppies.
We had constant rain we did the dogs in individual groups and bedded the poodle up more than normal as they were very wet when they came in.
Everyone was fed and cleaned out, Kiro and Reo went out for a short time and the hybrids then came in for food we shut them in while the little dogs went out again.
The meat delivery arrived so we sorted out the food for lunch time feeding and then got the frozen feeds out for the next day and froze the new delivery.
Amy did the house dogs I went to mole valley to get shavings and another heat lamp.
I got home and cleaned the bottom block and yard while Amy took the next day’s feeds to the kennels and fed the puppies.
I fed the chicken to the house dogs and bitches.
Amy socked us up with bags of straw and we filled all the feed buckets.
We had a bone collection of old marrow bones, so I washed the bins out and then went up and cleaned the hybrids pen at the top kennel block.
Reo and Siren alternated between fields for the afternoon.
I did a bit of training with Shone as she is having problems with stopping at a distance, she seems to have lost confidence in coming quickly as she thinks you are going to say stop.
I have her a brush and then went down to the kennel and made the feeds for the evening and the dry feeds for the morning.
The hybrids spent the afternoon out in the field as it was drying up a bit.
I fed the pups and the bitches and then brought the hybrids in and fed them.
I did the last group of puppies and then the house dogs.
Wednesday morning was cold and dry, house dogs went out and then the bitches with pups went out and I changed paper and did the feeds.
I fed Shone and Narla and then Amy and I did the first group of puppies.
First out in the new kennels were the poodle group, they stayed in the front run with food, the lab group went out, and we cleaned the rest of the pups and the kennels from the other two groups out.
Labs in hybrids out cleaned their pen and moved the house dogs over.
Amy had opened the hatch for the hybrid group to get into the other outside runs but didn’t realise I hadn’t shut the inside of the kennel, so they trashed everything in the top kennels, Amy was ages cleaning it up while I was doing the rest of the kennels.
Kiro went out and then Reo, the poodle group came in, we finished cleaning down there and then came up and did the house dogs.
I shut the hybrids in with their food and the little dogs went out for an hour for both groups.
Hybrids back out and Reo who also has the front yard as well as the fields.
We cleaned the yards and then did the lunchtime feeds.
I did the afternoon and then got the last group of dog about to come in and there were sheep in the drive so I fed the puppies and waited for the farmer to get the sheep out before moving the hybrid groups in.
I fed the last group of dogs and put the house dogs out while I got changed for training.
Shone in the van and off we went, my class went well nearly everyone had good reflective gear on themselves and their dogs.
We did road walk, meet and greet, food manners, heal work, coming away from distraction and a down stay I was really pleased with my group they have tried so hard.
Next was Shone in the gold class she was really good but we are now not doing stop the dog with her we have gone back to just a recall for a while as she is getting upset when people shout stop to their dogs.
We finished early again so I came home and did the house dogs and then checked the kennel dogs while the house dogs were out.
I got an email from my mum as she didn’t realise I was finishing training early she had just had an MRI scan they were not happy with the results so she has to have a CT scan the next day, this was the last thing I wanted to hear.
Thursday morning I did the house dogs and the bitches, Amy fed Shone and Narla then we did the first group of puppies and then down to the kennels to do the bitches with puppies and the puppies that are slightly older first.
After they were done and vet beds changed we did the poodle and doodle groups, then the hybrids and Reo went out.
Next was Kiro, Amy put the first lot of washing on while I carried on cleaning; we got everyone and cleaned out fed and then burnt the rubbish.
We did the house dogs and the piles of washing.
Amy did odd job while I spoke to my mum who clearly is very ill, not helped by a complete arse of a doctor who miss diagnosed her condition back in October.
I did the feeds for the hybrids and then let the lab group out for a while, next out were the poodles, they all came in for food and Reo went out.
I did the frozen feeds and then cleaned the bottom block.
I had another inspection that took well over an hour.
I did everyones feeds and then got the evening feds and the next morning feeds all ready.
I cleaned the top kennels were the hybrids had been running in and out of all day.
I brought everyone in at just after 5 pm.
I did the house dogs and then spent some time on the phone with mum getting news of the scan results, after that I had a very large drink.
I had a long chat with Hannah and she was happy to come in and look after Shone and Narla for rthe evening while I go off to the hospital tomorrow evening.
I stayed up all night with a blinding headache and really did not achieve anything.
Friday morning I did the housed dogs and the bitches, Amy did the first group of puppies.
We went down to the kennels and did the same as the day before; Hannah arrived and started to groom the little dogs.
Amy carried on with drying the kennels while I went and spoke to my mum and both sisters.
Amy fed the hybrid group while I was busy with a lady that has come down to have a look at a job.
The meat delivery arrived and I sorted it all out and got the feeds for the day done and for Saturday.
I fed some of the kennel dogs but had to wait for Hannah to finish off with a dog before feeding her group.
I went to mole valley and picked up shavings and a quick trip to the super market and card shop.
I did my emails and the last days blog as I am on my own at the weekend and don’t like to leave too much to finish off or I forget what has happened.
I have had a message from production of Unnatural Selection which was from the film studio that Kirsty had taken Moon to; I think she may have also taken puppies to this particular one.
I went up to check the hybrids were ok and they were still out running around in the pouring rain, the rest of the dogs only went out in the bottom yard as it was so wet they would have been drowning in mud.
I got the feeds ready for the evening then I put the hybrids into a kennel at the top and cleaned all their pens, they came in and I fed everyone and locked up.
Hannah stayed and groomed dog so I did not have to leave Shone and Narla outside, I left at 5.30 to go to the hospital and Hannah stayed until 8 pm, I got home just after 10.
I let the house dogs out and checked everyone else and then did the feeds for the house dogs for the morning.
Saturday morning was a surprise it wasn’t raining as forecast; I did the house dogs and the little dogs, then the first group of puppies and down to the kennel.
Everyone got out for a good run before the rain started and I did the fire as we had not had chance to burn any rubbish the day before.
I finished off feeding and cleaning the kennels.
I did the house dogs and then a couple arrived to look at puppies but he pups were too big for her as she had a bad wrist.
I got the frozen feeds out for the next morning and then fed the puppies.
I checked my emails and nothing exciting so back onto searching for fencing.
Little dogs all fed and then I did the feeds for the evening and the next morning.
All the dogs went out again and got very wet, the hybrid group stayed out with the field and inside pens so they could get in if they wanted to.
I spent some time with the dogs in the kennels and then brought Shone and Narla in while I was doing things in the house.
I got all the dogs in and finished off feeding, I spent the evening doing odd jobs in the house.

Feb blog
Sunday was awful the rain was nonstop and the wind wasn’t much better.
I did the house dogs and the bitches with pups.
I did the first group of puppies and then went down to the kennels and did each group individually so they didn’t get so wet.
Wendy and Brian came down for a few hours; they helped me clean the kennels.
The hybrids stayed out for the day as they could go in if they wanted to, but the little dogs went out for brief runs.
I finished down at the kennel and then did the house dogs and the meat for the next day.
Brian and Wendy put new white board up on the whelping pens in the house.
I cleaned the bottom block and helped with some of the boards.
I did the lunchtime feeds and Wendy and Brian left as the weather was really bad where they live and they may not have been able to get back into their village due to flooding.
I spent the afternoon wiping down the kennels and getting rid of dust that builds up over a few days.
I wormed a couple of dogs and then did some paper work.
I cleaned all the back pen and kennels at the top where the hybrids had been running in and out of.
I got the dogs in and fed everyone, I did the kennel temperature charts and then came up and did the house dogs and washed the floors.
I had a few emails to answer and then a couple of phone calls before dinner and a few hours with the dogs.
Monday morning was another really wet start, I did the house dogs and the bitches, Amy arrived and we did the pups and then down to the kennel.
We did the first two groups together and the feeds for everyone while they were out.
Next out was the hybrids and Kiro.
I got Kiro done while Amy did the field water.
Kiro came in and we did Reo and then the rest of the kennels.
We did the house dogs and cleaned the bottom block, I left Shone and Narla in with the house dogs, Narla has been being a pain some times when I leave her in the house when she knows I am outside she does stupid things like eats a tube of antiseptic cream or opens a box of cotton buds all over the floor, as she did again today.
I fed the hybrids in the top pens while Amy was down at the kennel letting the little dogs out in the field.
Everyone went out and then we did the lunchtime feeds, Amy did the odd jobs and picking up leaves while I power washed two of the bottom yards.
We stacked all the newspaper that Wendy had brought down and made up all the feed bins for a couple of weeks.
I wormed bitches and puppies then a customer came to look at the yorkies.
I bedded up the hybrid kennels and then power washed the hybrid day pen and got everyone in.
I did the feeds and charts then the last group of puppies before coming up and letting the house dogs out again.
Dinner paper work worm puppies and then bed.
Tuesday morning
I did the house dogs and the bitches, Amy arrived and fed Shone and Narla, and then we did the first outside group of puppies.
We had constant rain we did the dogs in individual groups and bedded the poodle up more than normal as they were very wet when they came in.
Everyone was fed and cleaned out, Kiro and Reo went out for a short time and the hybrids then came in for food we shut them in while the little dogs went out again.
The meat delivery arrived so we sorted out the food for lunch time feeding and then got the frozen feeds out for the next day and froze the new delivery.
Amy did the house dogs I went to mole valley to get shavings and another heat lamp.
I got home and cleaned the bottom block and yard while Amy took the next day’s feeds to the kennels and fed the puppies.
I fed the chicken to the house dogs and bitches.
Amy socked us up with bags of straw and we filled all the feed buckets.
We had a bone collection of old marrow bones, so I washed the bins out and then went up and cleaned the hybrids pen at the top kennel block.
Reo and Siren alternated between fields for the afternoon.
I did a bit of training with Shone as she is having problems with stopping at a distance, she seems to have lost confidence in coming quickly as she thinks you are going to say stop.
I have her a brush and then went down to the kennel and made the feeds for the evening and the dry feeds for the morning.
The hybrids spent the afternoon out in the field as it was drying up a bit.
I fed the pups and the bitches and then brought the hybrids in and fed them.
I did the last group of puppies and then the house dogs.
Wednesday morning was cold and dry, house dogs went out and then the bitches with pups went out and I changed paper and did the feeds.
I fed Shone and Narla and then Amy and I did the first group of puppies.
First out in the new kennels were the poodle group, they stayed in the front run with food, the lab group went out, and we cleaned the rest of the pups and the kennels from the other two groups out.
Labs in hybrids out cleaned their pen and moved the house dogs over.
Amy had opened the hatch for the hybrid group to get into the other outside runs but didn’t realise I hadn’t shut the inside of the kennel, so they trashed everything in the top kennels, Amy was ages cleaning it up while I was doing the rest of the kennels.
Kiro went out and then Reo, the poodle group came in, we finished cleaning down there and then came up and did the house dogs.
I shut the hybrids in with their food and the little dogs went out for an hour for both groups.
Hybrids back out and Reo who also has the front yard as well as the fields.
We cleaned the yards and then did the lunchtime feeds.
I did the afternoon and then got the last group of dog about to come in and there were sheep in the drive so I fed the puppies and waited for the farmer to get the sheep out before moving the hybrid groups in.
I fed the last group of dogs and put the house dogs out while I got changed for training.
Shone in the van and off we went, my class went well nearly everyone had good reflective gear on themselves and their dogs.
We did road walk, meet and greet, food manners, heal work, coming away from distraction and a down stay I was really pleased with my group they have tried so hard.
Next was Shone in the gold class she was really good but we are now not doing stop the dog with her we have gone back to just a recall for a while as she is getting upset when people shout stop to their dogs.
We finished early again so I came home and did the house dogs and then checked the kennel dogs while the house dogs were out.
I got an email from my mum as she didn’t realise I was finishing training early she had just had an MRI scan they were not happy with the results so she has to have a CT scan the next day, this was the last thing I wanted to hear.
Thursday morning I did the house dogs and the bitches, Amy fed Shone and Narla then we did the first group of puppies and then down to the kennels to do the bitches with puppies and the puppies that are slightly older first.
After they were done and vet beds changed we did the poodle and doodle groups, then the hybrids and Reo went out.
Next was Kiro, Amy put the first lot of washing on while I carried on cleaning; we got everyone and cleaned out fed and then burnt the rubbish.
We did the house dogs and the piles of washing.
Amy did odd job while I spoke to my mum who clearly is very ill, not helped by a complete arse of a doctor who miss diagnosed her condition back in October.
I did the feeds for the hybrids and then let the lab group out for a while, next out were the poodles, they all came in for food and Reo went out.
I did the frozen feeds and then cleaned the bottom block.
I had another inspection that took well over an hour.
I did everyones feeds and then got the evening feds and the next morning feeds all ready.
I cleaned the top kennels were the hybrids had been running in and out of all day.
I brought everyone in at just after 5 pm.
I did the house dogs and then spent some time on the phone with mum getting news of the scan results, after that I had a very large drink.
I had a long chat with Hannah and she was happy to come in and look after Shone and Narla for rthe evening while I go off to the hospital tomorrow evening.
I stayed up all night with a blinding headache and really did not achieve anything.
Friday morning I did the housed dogs and the bitches, Amy did the first group of puppies.
We went down to the kennels and did the same as the day before; Hannah arrived and started to groom the little dogs.
Amy carried on with drying the kennels while I went and spoke to my mum and both sisters.
Amy fed the hybrid group while I was busy with a lady that has come down to have a look at a job.
The meat delivery arrived and I sorted it all out and got the feeds for the day done and for Saturday.
I fed some of the kennel dogs but had to wait for Hannah to finish off with a dog before feeding her group.
I went to mole valley and picked up shavings and a quick trip to the super market and card shop.
I did my emails and the last days blog as I am on my own at the weekend and don’t like to leave too much to finish off or I forget what has happened.
I have had a message from production of Unnatural Selection which was from the film studio that Kirsty had taken Moon to; I think she may have also taken puppies to this particular one.
I went up to check the hybrids were ok and they were still out running around in the pouring rain, the rest of the dogs only went out in the bottom yard as it was so wet they would have been drowning in mud.
I got the feeds ready for the evening then I put the hybrids into a kennel at the top and cleaned all their pens, they came in and I fed everyone and locked up.
Hannah stayed and groomed dog so I did not have to leave Shone and Narla outside, I left at 5.30 to go to the hospital and Hannah stayed until 8 pm, I got home just after 10.
I let the house dogs out and checked everyone else and then did the feeds for the house dogs for the morning.
Saturday morning was a surprise it wasn’t raining as forecast; I did the house dogs and the little dogs, then the first group of puppies and down to the kennel.
Everyone got out for a good run before the rain started and I did the fire as we had not had chance to burn any rubbish the day before.
I finished off feeding and cleaning the kennels.
I did the house dogs and then a couple arrived to look at puppies but he pups were too big for her as she had a bad wrist.
I got the frozen feeds out for the next morning and then fed the puppies.
I checked my emails and nothing exciting so back onto searching for fencing.
Little dogs all fed and then I did the feeds for the evening and the next morning.
All the dogs went out again and got very wet, the hybrid group stayed out with the field and inside pens so they could get in if they wanted to.
I spent some time with the dogs in the kennels and then brought Shone and Narla in while I was doing things in the house.
I got all the dogs in and finished off feeding, I spent the evening doing odd jobs in the house.

Feb blog
Sunday was awful the rain was nonstop and the wind wasn’t much better.
I did the house dogs and the bitches with pups.
I did the first group of puppies and then went down to the kennels and did each group individually so they didn’t get so wet.
Wendy and Brian came down for a few hours; they helped me clean the kennels.
The hybrids stayed out for the day as they could go in if they wanted to, but the little dogs went out for brief runs.
I finished down at the kennel and then did the house dogs and the meat for the next day.
Brian and Wendy put new white board up on the whelping pens in the house.
I cleaned the bottom block and helped with some of the boards.
I did the lunchtime feeds and Wendy and Brian left as the weather was really bad where they live and they may not have been able to get back into their village due to flooding.
I spent the afternoon wiping down the kennels and getting rid of dust that builds up over a few days.
I wormed a couple of dogs and then did some paper work.
I cleaned all the back pen and kennels at the top where the hybrids had been running in and out of.
I got the dogs in and fed everyone, I did the kennel temperature charts and then came up and did the house dogs and washed the floors.
I had a few emails to answer and then a couple of phone calls before dinner and a few hours with the dogs.
Monday morning was another really wet start, I did the house dogs and the bitches, Amy arrived and we did the pups and then down to the kennel.
We did the first two groups together and the feeds for everyone while they were out.
Next out was the hybrids and Kiro.
I got Kiro done while Amy did the field water.
Kiro came in and we did Reo and then the rest of the kennels.
We did the house dogs and cleaned the bottom block, I left Shone and Narla in with the house dogs, Narla has been being a pain some times when I leave her in the house when she knows I am outside she does stupid things like eats a tube of antiseptic cream or opens a box of cotton buds all over the floor, as she did again today.
I fed the hybrids in the top pens while Amy was down at the kennel letting the little dogs out in the field.
Everyone went out and then we did the lunchtime feeds, Amy did the odd jobs and picking up leaves while I power washed two of the bottom yards.
We stacked all the newspaper that Wendy had brought down and made up all the feed bins for a couple of weeks.
I wormed bitches and puppies then a customer came to look at the yorkies.
I bedded up the hybrid kennels and then power washed the hybrid day pen and got everyone in.
I did the feeds and charts then the last group of puppies before coming up and letting the house dogs out again.
Dinner paper work worm puppies and then bed.
Tuesday morning
I did the house dogs and the bitches, Amy arrived and fed Shone and Narla, and then we did the first outside group of puppies.
We had constant rain we did the dogs in individual groups and bedded the poodle up more than normal as they were very wet when they came in.
Everyone was fed and cleaned out, Kiro and Reo went out for a short time and the hybrids then came in for food we shut them in while the little dogs went out again.
The meat delivery arrived so we sorted out the food for lunch time feeding and then got the frozen feeds out for the next day and froze the new delivery.
Amy did the house dogs I went to mole valley to get shavings and another heat lamp.
I got home and cleaned the bottom block and yard while Amy took the next day’s feeds to the kennels and fed the puppies.
I fed the chicken to the house dogs and bitches.
Amy socked us up with bags of straw and we filled all the feed buckets.
We had a bone collection of old marrow bones, so I washed the bins out and then went up and cleaned the hybrids pen at the top kennel block.
Reo and Siren alternated between fields for the afternoon.
I did a bit of training with Shone as she is having problems with stopping at a distance, she seems to have lost confidence in coming quickly as she thinks you are going to say stop.
I have her a brush and then went down to the kennel and made the feeds for the evening and the dry feeds for the morning.
The hybrids spent the afternoon out in the field as it was drying up a bit.
I fed the pups and the bitches and then brought the hybrids in and fed them.
I did the last group of puppies and then the house dogs.
Wednesday morning was cold and dry, house dogs went out and then the bitches with pups went out and I changed paper and did the feeds.
I fed Shone and Narla and then Amy and I did the first group of puppies.
First out in the new kennels were the poodle group, they stayed in the front run with food, the lab group went out, and we cleaned the rest of the pups and the kennels from the other two groups out.
Labs in hybrids out cleaned their pen and moved the house dogs over.
Amy had opened the hatch for the hybrid group to get into the other outside runs but didn’t realise I hadn’t shut the inside of the kennel, so they trashed everything in the top kennels, Amy was ages cleaning it up while I was doing the rest of the kennels.
Kiro went out and then Reo, the poodle group came in, we finished cleaning down there and then came up and did the house dogs.
I shut the hybrids in with their food and the little dogs went out for an hour for both groups.
Hybrids back out and Reo who also has the front yard as well as the fields.
We cleaned the yards and then did the lunchtime feeds.
I did the afternoon and then got the last group of dog about to come in and there were sheep in the drive so I fed the puppies and waited for the farmer to get the sheep out before moving the hybrid groups in.
I fed the last group of dogs and put the house dogs out while I got changed for training.
Shone in the van and off we went, my class went well nearly everyone had good reflective gear on themselves and their dogs.
We did road walk, meet and greet, food manners, heal work, coming away from distraction and a down stay I was really pleased with my group they have tried so hard.
Next was Shone in the gold class she was really good but we are now not doing stop the dog with her we have gone back to just a recall for a while as she is getting upset when people shout stop to their dogs.
We finished early again so I came home and did the house dogs and then checked the kennel dogs while the house dogs were out.
I got an email from my mum as she didn’t realise I was finishing training early she had just had an MRI scan they were not happy with the results so she has to have a CT scan the next day, this was the last thing I wanted to hear.
Thursday morning I did the house dogs and the bitches, Amy fed Shone and Narla then we did the first group of puppies and then down to the kennels to do the bitches with puppies and the puppies that are slightly older first.
After they were done and vet beds changed we did the poodle and doodle groups, then the hybrids and Reo went out.
Next was Kiro, Amy put the first lot of washing on while I carried on cleaning; we got everyone and cleaned out fed and then burnt the rubbish.
We did the house dogs and the piles of washing.
Amy did odd job while I spoke to my mum who clearly is very ill, not helped by a complete arse of a doctor who miss diagnosed her condition back in October.
I did the feeds for the hybrids and then let the lab group out for a while, next out were the poodles, they all came in for food and Reo went out.
I did the frozen feeds and then cleaned the bottom block.
I had another inspection that took well over an hour.
I did everyones feeds and then got the evening feds and the next morning feeds all ready.
I cleaned the top kennels were the hybrids had been running in and out of all day.
I brought everyone in at just after 5 pm.
I did the house dogs and then spent some time on the phone with mum getting news of the scan results, after that I had a very large drink.
I had a long chat with Hannah and she was happy to come in and look after Shone and Narla for rthe evening while I go off to the hospital tomorrow evening.
I stayed up all night with a blinding headache and really did not achieve anything.
Friday morning I did the housed dogs and the bitches, Amy did the first group of puppies.
We went down to the kennels and did the same as the day before; Hannah arrived and started to groom the little dogs.
Amy carried on with drying the kennels while I went and spoke to my mum and both sisters.
Amy fed the hybrid group while I was busy with a lady that has come down to have a look at a job.
The meat delivery arrived and I sorted it all out and got the feeds for the day done and for Saturday.
I fed some of the kennel dogs but had to wait for Hannah to finish off with a dog before feeding her group.
I went to mole valley and picked up shavings and a quick trip to the super market and card shop.
I did my emails and the last days blog as I am on my own at the weekend and don’t like to leave too much to finish off or I forget what has happened.
I have had a message from production of Unnatural Selection which was from the film studio that Kirsty had taken Moon to; I think she may have also taken puppies to this particular one.
I went up to check the hybrids were ok and they were still out running around in the pouring rain, the rest of the dogs only went out in the bottom yard as it was so wet they would have been drowning in mud.
I got the feeds ready for the evening then I put the hybrids into a kennel at the top and cleaned all their pens, they came in and I fed everyone and locked up.
Hannah stayed and groomed dog so I did not have to leave Shone and Narla outside, I left at 5.30 to go to the hospital and Hannah stayed until 8 pm, I got home just after 10.
I let the house dogs out and checked everyone else and then did the feeds for the house dogs for the morning.
Saturday morning was a surprise it wasn’t raining as forecast; I did the house dogs and the little dogs, then the first group of puppies and down to the kennel.
Everyone got out for a good run before the rain started and I did the fire as we had not had chance to burn any rubbish the day before.
I finished off feeding and cleaning the kennels.
I did the house dogs and then a couple arrived to look at puppies but he pups were too big for her as she had a bad wrist.
I got the frozen feeds out for the next morning and then fed the puppies.
I checked my emails and nothing exciting so back onto searching for fencing.
Little dogs all fed and then I did the feeds for the evening and the next morning.
All the dogs went out again and got very wet, the hybrid group stayed out with the field and inside pens so they could get in if they wanted to.
I spent some time with the dogs in the kennels and then brought Shone and Narla in while I was doing things in the house.
I got all the dogs in and finished off feeding, I spent the evening doing odd jobs in the house.

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