Tuesday 16 May 2017

Leather stuff & Poodles

The dogs have been enjoying the pleasant weather -- until it changed and stopped being pleasant. I admit that we needed the rain, but it needs to stop now before it spawns a plague of slugs and the delphiniums get eaten again.

Saffi clambering on things

Mother & Daughter


I won't be attempting to have another litter until the end of the year at the earliest. While I have nice people waiting for puppies and I'm sorry I can't offer them one sooner, there is just too much going on in the summer, and I want to enjoy the puppies I have and concentrate on Adhara's agility. And since I would want to keep a puppy if I were to do any of the breedings I'm thinking of trying, the timing is just not right. For anyone who is interested in a puppy, we may have some who will be ready to go home in the early part of 2018. Enquiring early and getting on the waiting list is the best chance of getting a dog who will be the best fit.

Adhara, who was not scheduled to be washed, but lay in something disgusting on a walk

"What are you talking about?"

I've decided to make my rolled leather collars and Twill leads available in black with a choice of any colour stitching you like, as well as the colourful versions. However innovative you make something, there are always going to be some customers looking for a traditional product that's well made. Here's one possibility I made for Otto in the colours of the German flag.

The poodle rolled collars and Twill leads are suitable for small and medium-sized dogs who are not aggressive pullers. They're designed to be gentle on your dog, your hand, and your dog's coat. If you need a collar and lead that can take more abuse, I make the Samson collars and Chevron leads.

I should also have some kangaroo show leads in new colours soon -- the leather is at the moment on an aeroplane from Australia.

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