These bundles of noise and fluff weren’t born. They’ve pretty much doubled in size over the last 7 days and I’m pleases to say that they’re all doing rather well.
They’re still only named as Number 1, Number 2, Number 3 and Number 4 but sure that will change as they start to get more mobile and inquisitive.
Plenty of people have expressed an interest in having one (or more) but so far, no deposits……..
Following on from the previous post, poor old Daisy was duly left alone, and after a few hours hard graft last night successfully delivered four bouncing bundles of mischief. Cunnrently un-named (apart from number one who seems to be lumbered with Sticky) these ladies (and one gent) are all healthy, doing well and blissfully unaware that they’re going to have the camera shoved in their faces at every opportunity over then next few weeks….
First photo of this bunch – The eldest is around three hours, and the youngest around 30 minutes.
In keeping with the animal theme, Daisy, the long suffering Shih Tzu is now feeling every day of her pregnancy. Not only is she fatter than a Mars Bar Munching salad dodger, she’s a bit miserable with it.
Only a few more days to go and there’ll be plenty more to keep her occupied than a Camera in the face.
I’d love to meet the person that coined the phrase “a dogs life” to mean that life’s a drudge, nothing but hard work with little thanks or love. How wrong could you get? – Every dog I’ve ever had, has had a better life than me. A dogs life, in my world, is one of regal laziness. A life where everything you ever need is handed to you on a plate, you’re constantly showered with unsolicited affection and love and generally speaking, it’s all pretty cushy.
See what I mean?????
Been a long time. Haven’t I used the nifty fifty since the Tamron 17-50 f2.8 arrived in the kit bag, so now making a conscious effort to use it more.
Didn’t really get out much further than the back garden so ended up taking another one of the dog. Pensive look from Daisy in this one which was hand held at f1.8 with a shutter speed of 1/30 at iso 1600