NEWS

AUTUMN SUN

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All the leaves are brown.  And Sky is grey...

 

Summer is so last season!  It's been quite a year, with the promise of more fun to come.  Now that Clodagh's beautiful puppies are settled in their forever homes, we can enjoy basking in the reflected happiness they generate.

The void they leave behind is filled by our own precious new arrival.  Like many of the patient, Glen-loving folk on our Waiting List, we spent years dreaming of a homebred, brindle or blue female to join our family.  Florence is just delightful and we're over the moon.  Clodagh's baby and Sky's star.

Clodagh and Sky both welcome the return to a new normal!  

 

Speaking of which - for those seeking a dog-friendly hotel break - check out the Bike and Boot in Scarborough.  The hotel claims to have more front than the town itself, with the breathtaking Yorkshire Coast on its doorstep!  They also offer a dog-grooming service.  Sounds marvellous.

 

Thanks to Kathy George for the terrific photo of Bertie AKA Teamhrach Rock Steady Beat at RomainvilleSky's boy has grown into the most gorgeous, ginormous teddy bear.  What an absolute rock star.

CONGRATULATIONS to Wendy Tobijanski and Ch Romainville Becks Blue For Zippor.  As the prefixed name suggests, he has just become a Ch for Champion!  The Fab Four are super proud of their handsome daddy. 

 

If you are interested in a Glen puppy, please read here.  Thanks to all of you who have emailed.  I'm sorry if I've not replied yet - I'm working my way through the Inbox in chronological order.

I'll keep you all Pupdated, with plenty of photos.

Stained Fox

jO

1 October 2021 - Norfolk, UK

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PUPPIES!

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Sky is delighted to announce that she has just become a grandma!

 

Her clever daughter Clodagh has delivered a perfect and precious first litter in the wee small hours.  We are beyond elated.

 

In order of arrival: one brindle girl, one brindle boy, one wheaten boy; and one blue boy.  They grow bigger by the minute.  I'm keeping them all!

 

Clodagh has been extraordinary.  She is such a wonderful mum; so gentle and attentive.  I am in awe.  She looks beautiful too.  Motherhood suits her.

More photos and Pupdates to come.

jO

5 June 2021 - Norfolk, UK

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HERE COMES THE SUN!

If you are UK based and already on our Waiting List: You should have received an email.  I may have committed a clerical error - not for the first time - so if one hasn't found its way to your Inbox yet, please email to let me know if you are still interested in a puppy. 

 

If you are not UK based and already on our Waiting List: I am about to email you.  I'm sorry we are only able to accommodate UK-mainland based interest for now.

 

We are reasonably confident that our beautiful and brilliant homegrown Clodagh is expecting her first litter.  Due in about one week's time.  All being well.  She really does look blooming marvellous! 

 

Of course, Mother Nature is in the driving seat.  As previously stated, there are no guarantees as to litter size, colour or gender.  We are both cautiously upbeat. 

 

I have just about managed to contain my own excitement and am busy nesting on Clodagh's behalf.  The Puppy Pen has been reinstalled; and an homage to the leaning tower of Pisa, constructed entirely from freshly laundered towels.  A supersoft puppy blanket and some teething toys have also been optimistically acquired.

jO

1 June 2021 - Norfolk, UK

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SPRING IS SPRINGING

And the birds are singing!

 

Hello lovely people and WELCOME new Waiting List dwellers!

 

I'm sure you'll be thrilled to hear that Clodagh finally discovered snow last month, at three years old.  Some things are most definitely worth the wait - rather like Glen of Imaal terriers!

Sky and Clodagh continue to win hearts and minds on their daily meanders.  Whilst they both enjoyed the proper white stuff, neither is impressed with the incessant drizzle-mist we currently endure.  Many Glens are curiously reluctant to venture out in the rain.  Possibly not the most useful trait, for an Irish working dog!

Speaking of the Emerald Isle: HAPPY ST PADDY'S DAY for 17 March!  Glens were first acknowledged as a breed by the GADHARCHUMANN NA hÉIREANN in 1934, at the Dublin St Patrick's Day Show.

Good to see Buster celebrating his Irish ancestry in style.  Thanks a million to Tina for the fabulous photos.  And lovely to see Buster and BFF Burt still enjoying their walks together.  Hope you all managed to cèilidh the day away!

 TAP ME 

 FOR A GOOD   CRAIC 

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March 2021 - Norfolk, UK

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