Duke, Dappled Dachshund,
Thanks Stephen, It was such a lovely morning with you and Duke!
We would describe Duke as clever and courageous.He has such a lively soul and is our little shadow.Favourite parts of his typical day include:- staying in bed, under the covers - snorkeling, while his parents get ready for work.- hanging out all day with his bff - the ball - napping side by side or running laps of the balcony together- when his parents get home from work going on an exploration expedition - he doesn't like to call them walksWe chose him for his incredible half/half face and beautiful dapple pattern.
Chels & Joe
This is Bessie being blow waved, when she wasn't trying to chase seaweed being blown down the beach, on a VERY windy day.
Remy & Bessie are the light of our lives! Remy is nearly 3 years old and we adored him so much, we decided to get another Labradoodle, Bessie, who is now 8 months old. Although they are the same breed, they have completely different personalities. Remy is very boyish & loves catching tennis balls! He also likes sleeping with his tummy exposed ie nudie rudie style. Bessie, is a girlie girl. She has super long eye lashes & will watch me do my hair & make up each morning. She also enjoys getting a blow wave too! Both are snuggle bunnies which suits us just fine! We love our babies so much. Thanks Stephen for a great shoot even in the windiest of circumstances!
We love both our dogs and cannot pick a favourite. Buddy the Jack Russell is a rescue puppy from Lort Smith, we got him as a 1 year old and he has come along way! He was terrified of going for a walk on lead and shook the whole way. Now he loves his walks and yips with excitement when we put his lead on. He is now almost 9!
Toby was a cute little pup that we chose from a litter! The most outgoing and fun one and he has stayed true to that, except with Buddy, unfortunately they are not best buddies and seem to always be vying for the top position!
Can be very frustrating at times, but generally lots of fun!
Holly is a 2 year old Labrador x Beagle, which we have read is called a Beagador. We adopted her from Animal Aid on New Year’s Eve 2017. We fell in love with her immediately, it was love at first sight. She has a gentle nature and playful character. She loves to play with her toys and go for long walks and runs. She is friendly, loving and affectionate and loves to give us lots of big wet slobbery kisses! She also loves curl up on the couch with us and play her favourite games including tug of war. We feel so lucky that we found Holly and we hope she feels the same way.
Morgan is five, and a patient and loving big sister to Max, who is 15 weeks old. Morgan lost her big brother, Dexter, three years ago and was left an only fur-child. She would wait patiently for her humans each day, and was always jumping (literally!) with joy when we got home from work. But we knew she dearly missed having a companion.
Late last year we moved into our own home, and we were excited to start looking for a sibling for Morgan straight away. Ever since we lost Dex, Morgan has been a bit apprehensive about other dog breeds, so we knew another English Cocker Spaniel was on the cards. We spent a long time looking for the perfect puppy for our family, until we heard about a litter that had just one puppy left. We made a decision, and we went for a drive. We met little Max, a goofy and clumsy golden Cocker Spaniel. He bounded up to us straight away and we knew he was destined to be ours. Morgan is just like a puppy with Max again, and the two are never far apart. True partners in mischief, and when play is done, snuggles together on the couch.
Whether it’s a swim at the beach or a picnic in the country, Morgan and Max know the words, “Let’s go for a ride in the car!”. Tails wagging with excitement, we’re off on another adventure.
Shelley and Simon