At nine weeks old, that time has finally come. We have said a teary goodbye to Sky's first born, beautiful baby blue Teagan. We shall be keeping up-to-date with her progress and can't wait to hear how she is settling in with her lovely new family. And now we are six!
At ten weeks old, we have waved yet another teary goodbye to Sky's beautiful baby, Blue Pearl. We can't wait to hear all about her adventures with her fantastic new family. Both blues will always hold a special place in our hearts and we see so much of Sky in each of them.
We also said goodbye to Sky's beautiful baby boy, Fintan. We had affectionately nicknamed him Bear, as he is just so incredibly soft and cuddly. His new family are wonderful and we are glad he has found the loving home he deserves. We look forward to keeping in touch with Helen and hearing all about his new life. And then there were three!
This is all for you, Mum
Plenty more Pupdates to come, but we would both like to pause for breath and thank everyone who has joined us on this amazing journey so far. We're grateful to Kathy George for her ongoing help and expertise. A big thank you to Auntie Pat and Mother Capon and friends for their supply of towels! And heartfelt hugs to "Auntie" Joëlle for being there.
But mostly we'd like to thank the lovely people who chose to invest their time and emotion in us and our quirky little dogs. You are now Team Tara Glen ambassadors, and we couldn't hope for more.
We are eleven weeks old and enjoying our garden time very much. Sky has had fun trying to teach the three of them how to play, although they still prefer unsuitable sticks and stones to their relatively expensive Kong® toy. Apart from little Clodagh! She loves playing with her two brothers and is very close to mum.
Bye, bye Buster! We've both got very attached to Sky's special boy. A happy soul, he is so affectionate and a real character. Buster has found the perfect new owner and we shall enjoy hearing all about his exploits.
James Cabourne Nevision St Kitts
At nearly twelve weeks old, we have said a final fond farewell to Sky's beautiful boy, Fragarach. He reflects our personal Manx connection, Fragarach being the name of Manannan's sword, 'The Answerer', which was used to fight Finn McCool. Finn lost his cool and a small piece of rock landed in the Irish Sea and became Ellan Vannin. Frag has left us for a family who share our passion for 'Glennies' and we look forward to following his new life. And now we are one!