Saturday, 26 September 2015

This is She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed writing this post in Finn's blog. I said goodbye to my big, brave little man on the 10th of this month when he lost his battle with cdrm. 
Here are the photos of his last day. We took the bus to Tresaith for a last run on the beach and although we only had half an hour there he was exhausted and we spent the afternoon sitting on the grass in the garden waiting for the vet as he didn't have the energy to get indoors. 

RIP my brave man. 
I miss you. 

Monday, 7 September 2015

My Little Brother

Yay folks, I'vegot a little brother, his name is Rogan. He's only 8 weeks old and he sleeps a lot except at night when he cries cos he doesn't like being on his own in the kitchen. He came to live with us on Saturday. 

He's quite cute even if he is a bit of a pest sometimes. 

Thursday, 13 August 2015

We went to Patch again on Tuesday, it was the first time since I got my wheels I was so excited I dragged She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed across the road when we got off the bus. Here are some of the photos she took. 

 There was a rough patch with lots of big stones that I never noticed before I had my wheels but She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed was skeered I was going to tip over into a rock pool and drown! Oh you of little faith, I'm Finn, I'm invincible! (Getting a little bit bigheaded aren't you Finn)

 Look at the tracks my wheels made in the sand.
 Finn the invincible goes mountain climbing  (!!!!)
 Almost there
 I reached the summit, see I am invincible.
 Come on, keep up.
 Do we really have to go now?

Sunday, 12 July 2015

Wow, it's been a really pawsome week this week. First of all on Monday we went to the beach at Aberporth, this is the new sculpture comemorating all the ships that were built here in the olden days. Aberporth used tobe a big shipbuilding port way back when. It's just a touristy village now. 

I'm in the stream that runs across the beach now,come on mum hurry up let's get in the water. 

I'm waiting. ....

My wheels work good on the sand, look at the tracks I'm making.

wheeee here I go splashing in the waves 

Must find that special stone 

She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed will have to wash the sand off my wheels when we get home.
Then on Thursday we met my friend Bella at Tresaith beach, she has a holiday cottage there and only comes there a few times a year.

We had chasing games by thefalling waters.

I did get a bit too clever and crashed acouple of times,it was a bit scary being on my side and not being able to get up, but She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed was there to rescue me so it didn't stop me enjoying myself. 
On Friday we got the bus to Ferwig and walked back a whole 5.5 miles along the lanes , my wheels mean I can do these things again. She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed was more tired than me, hehe. 
On Saturday we got the bus into Cardigan because a local pet photographer was having a special session taking photos of us pooches. Only She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed got it wrong instead of being at the Netpool park in Cardigan, it was at the Netpool Inn, St Dogmaels which is the other side of the river so we had a long walk to get there,but Zoe from Gladwin photography took some pawsome photos, (you can see them if you go to her Facebook page). And then we had the long walk back to catch the bus home, we just got there in time, if we'd missed it we would have had to wait another 2 hours.
Today we had a quiet day as I'd done so much walking, but we got some of the agility stuff out on the green and played about with the weavy poles and doing slalems through jump wings, it was real good fun and I woke all the neighbours up barking with excitement. ......well it was time they were up. 

Sunday, 5 July 2015

We were off on another big adventure yesterday, we were going to take my wheels on the bus! Here I am on the way to the bus stop. 

On the bus. I'm actually more stable in my wheels than without them. She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed thought I'd be rolling about all over the place.

We went to the car boot first, but the weather wasn't too good so there wasn't a lot there, but I got lots of fusses and lots of people like my wheels.
When we'd been round the car boot we went for a walk along a nearby bridleway but we had to go along a scary road first.
Here we are safe and sound on the bridleway.

An action shot.
 I can still play with sticks.
Here I go 

Hello cows,do you like my wheels? 

Then it was back to the car boot sale site because they were having lurcher racing there when the car boot finished. We thought we might see some friends there.

Didn't see many old friends but I made some new ones.

Look at those babies go, I need an engine on my wheels to keep up with them.
It was a very tiring morning so I had a bit of a snooze when we got home. 

Wednesday, 1 July 2015

I got wheels!

Well folks, my legs are getting really silly just lately and they make me keep sitting down, running sideways and generally notbeing in total control. Not cool. They work fine on the beach but the road's a different story so She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed did a bit of research and found me some wheels. They came yesterday. 

What's this? How am I supposed to get in it?

Are you sure about this? 

I must say I'm not totally convinced about this.
 Not sure what it does for the street cred. 

Tuesday, 2 June 2015

No beach today

On Sunday we caught the cardi bach to Penmorfa just the other side of Penbryn. There's a bridleway there that goes to the cliff path so we went along the top of the cliffs until we came to a field of cows and not wanting to disturb them we came back to the beach at Penbryn which I WASN'T ALLOWED TO GO ON because only people without furry furends are allowed on it in the summer. GRRRR. so instead of getting my furs wet in the sea I had to go across a broken wooden bridge to get to the woodland walk. My silly leg with my new boot on got stuck down a hole in it and I fell over but She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed helped me out and I don't think anyone saw. Then there were steps. Lots of uneven wooden steps not really designed for pooches with silly legs but I conquered them. Yes furends I climbed them to the top. After a muddy path through the trees we came to more scary steps going down and down and down, very tricky when your back end wants to bounce down quicker than your front end but once again I was triumphant and at the bottom there was a cool drink waiting in the stream. We went to see the falling waters before, yes you guessed, more steps going upwards but I am invincible and reached the car park ahead of She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed. We had to wait a while for the bus and the cafe was shut but the man who owns it had been walking his dog and he let She Who Thinks She Must Be Obeyed  have a cup of tea before he turned the machine off and said any time we got there after it shut just to ask for a tea if they were still there which was very good of him.
Here are the photos of our walk.