Yes, my dog is crackers. This is not the first time that he has stolen boxes that were in the process of being recycled. He sure likes to help though.
Last weekend the family and I made a visit to see the latest litter on the Island. Despite the reduced size of the ferry shuttling us to and from the island due to the Wolfe Islander III undergoing refit until the end of June we made it to the breeders place to see the puppies. All ten of them look fantastic and they are now active and full of vim and vigor.
So these little gals(8) and guys (2) were a blast to play with. I plan to go back and visit again before they go off to their forever homes.
Ollie was the subject of my portrait experiments this time. Trying to catch him facing the camera and not running at me was a challenge but I still managed to get some great shots of him. Below are some of the shots taken.
My pooch decided to see if he could find some fish in the puddle at the local park. via Ollie wading in the water | Flickr – Photo Sharing!.
These little guys were snapped at Acaciagold Kennels on the 20th of Feb. I did a little editing in Phototshop to clean up the background but other than that I got all 5 of them up on the edge of the whelping box. Aren’t these guys the cutest thing.
This weekend I am off to see the puppies at Acaciagold Kennels. Pat and Tom have two lovely litters and they are now 5 and 3 weeks respectively. On return to the house I will be uploading some of the pictures from the visit. I have already visited there recently and have taken a number of shots already. You can see these at my Flickr Account. This will take you right to the Goldens pages.
The summer is over and again I find myself comfortably sitting in front of the computer. Much has happened since I last posted on Blogger so I will try to sum up some of the important things that have happened.
Well Buddy had his family reunion this August over at Acaciagold Kennels. A great time was had by all. Especially Buddy. Like, come on, how can he not have a good time. Playing with all his relatives in the water, taking a ferry boat ride and walking down to the Kennel. Not to mention all the food that was there for him to glomb on to. We have been back a couple of times too. Pat and Tom have another litter of pups and Heather and I went to visit them. We even snapped a few picture of them. You can see them by clicking on the following link at Flickr Evies Pups.