More of Lottie's puppies 2014
It's a time of mixed emotions as the puppies are starting to leave for their new homes. Here they are with their new owners.
This is Lucy (pink collar with hearts on) and her new family Richard, Karen and children Emilie and Oliver.
The biggest puppy in the litter, Belle (solid pink collar) is leaving to share her home with Sarah and Ian.
Lulu (white collar with hearts on) seen here ready for her journey home with Andrea.
Evie (Purple collar) with her new owner, Andrea.
Settling into their new homes
Dudley (red collar with white spots) and his new owners, Andrew and Rachel.
Andrew, Fionnuala and children, Oscar and Honor, with their puppy, Daisy (orange collar)
This is Lois (yellow collar) the little tot in the litter who really stole my heart, with her new owners Ed and Fiona.
Lulu having cuddles in her new home.
Daisy, already settled into her new home.
Lois says it's hard work being a puppy.
Lucy snuggling down for a snooze.
Dudley look so comfy on his bed.
Banjo (turquoise collar with blue spots) with his new owners, Mark and Rob.
Evie looking nice and snug in her new home.
Roger soon settled down for a snooze in his new home.
Lois snuggling up for a nap.
Another puppy having a nap, this time it's Lulu.
Banjo likes a pair of trainers for company while he's having a nap.
The puppies like to sleep in some strange positions
Buster in his new home.
As you can see, he's most definitely not allowed on the furniture <grin>
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Lulu has a new blanket to snuggle up with.
Sometimes, even with the best of intentions, a new home doesn't work out. This, unfortunately, was the case with Roger, who was returned to me at 8 months of age. After assessing his behaviour in general and in particular around my grandchildren I was able to rehome him with a fantastic new family. You can see in the photo below, he made himself well and truly at home.