Meet and Greets

We has had a very busy week! We has beed doing workings in the garden. We made sure to supervise whilst TND digged all the old lumpy grass and stones up, (TND built his house a few years ago and didn’t quite get round to the garden, not having dogs to need it nice for… then Mum and TND put down new flat grass. We like it lots! Arran did not be very happy about doing his tinkles and number 2’s out in the front garden part and he started doing more inside than outside. Especially cos it got super windy and rainy. It not totally done yet, but a lot better to run around on!


We also helped Supervise Mum doing lots of cleanings in the house and washing the carpets with a big hoover thing. We had lots of visitors this weekend, including a little baby come to stay. Mum beed very proud of us dogs and although we got very tired out and had to keep sounding the intruder alarm when people comed and went we was very well behaved. Just afore all those people we went out to do some more socialising with Arran.

We did ‘meet and greets’ with some local Horses. They liked us a lot. Arran did not be so sure if he liked them though.

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DSC_0050DSC_0056DSC_0057 DSC_0058He liked baby Ava who came to stay (she TND’s niece) and kept on doing fly by kisses. She can walk around now, on 4 feet, but she casnot walk on 2 feets like a growed up people can.

Just afore all our guests comed to stay Mum said Arran be in his ‘painintheass’ stage of puppyhood. He certainly a pain in my tail, acoss of all the hanging on to it he does! But he  being a good boy now.

~Lickies, Ludo


7 thoughts on “Meet and Greets

  1. It looks like you are in a wonderful place, Ludo, have all the bunnies moved there yet? You are sure being good to Arran which I was not sure I would bet on at an earlier time!

    Cheers and hugs,
    Jo, Stella and Zkhat

  2. Ludo, you and your new brother are SO very HANDSOME! It looks so nice in your new house – and oh, you must be exhausted after all the meet and greets!
    I’m sure Arran will get used to the horses!

  3. Hi Ludo, what a fine job you are doing, helping wee Arran develop his social skills. Personally I think he is quite right to be cautious around horses. They have very big hooves you know.
    Toodle pip!

  4. Yes, little brothers can be a bother sometimes. The grass in your garden looks very nice. Arran looks pretty brave going up to the horses, Keltic was afraid of them but he was not afraid of sheep.

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