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Can't believe what a grown up dog Lola is getting now!! I have attached some pics of her just being generally cute!!






But i thought the whole pile of beds was mine...... no?




With my mum and auntie Maggie at the end of out 8 mile walk the other day. Tired? No not me!! :D
 

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Oh, how lovely - so did you breed Lola yourself? Am I right in saying that Izzie is a working type?

Turi x
Yes, Lola is my first 'homebred' puppy (and very gorgeous if i do say so myself!) And yes Izzi is a working cocker who i have done some gundog training with but has never seen a gun in her life!!
 

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She is lovely Katie- a credit to you :)
Thankyou, i am so proud of her and am pleased others think she is as gorgeous as i do!!


Perhaps that should be my next cat...my nine year old moggy Molly gets no peace from Betty despite my best efforts to make them become friends...
Finlay is too thick (and far too lazy) to run away, when we had the pups i often had to pull them off him as he just hit the deck when he saw them coming and had 4 cockapoos pulling fluff off him!! :rolleyes:
 

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If you had Lola, someone else would have your Picnic :eek: It's a good thing we both have gorgeous cockapoo puppies to cuddle now!!!!:D
Good point :) Ahhh my Picnic could only be mine ... she wouldn't love anyone like she loves me and no one could love her more than me ... we are so lucky to have lovely puppies and dogs .... and wow dont we love them :)
 

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Yes, Lola is my first 'homebred' puppy (and very gorgeous if i do say so myself!) And yes Izzi is a working cocker who i have done some gundog training with but has never seen a gun in her life!!
Ah - I had no idea. That's lovely. Izzi is beautiful too :D. Does she have bags of energy as a working Cocker?

...oh so nearly Jojo, but she's mine, aaaallllll mine!!! She is 6 months next sunday (in weeks!) :D
Ok, now I'm confuzzled! Jojo, were you going to have Lola? :confused:

Turi x
 

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Ah - I had no idea. That's lovely. Izzi is beautiful too :D. Does she have bags of energy as a working Cocker?
Yes, Izzi has bags of energy! Don't get me wrong, she will settle down in the house and comes to work with me and lays in the office all day but that 8 mile walk the other day? She would have done that 5 times over!! The stud dog which i used for the litter was the opposite of Izzi in that respect, very laid back and chilled out. The pups have kind of a nice inbetween- Lola would be content with a couple of lead walks a day and a run at the weekend but will quite happily potter along on a longer walk everyday (not a lot of choice if she lives with me!)

Ok, now I'm confuzzled! Jojo, were you going to have Lola? :confused:

Turi x
Haha, yes Jojo enquired about Lola when they were very young and before i was on here so did not know her. Long story- she ended up staying but Jojo was by far the perfect possible owner for me- it was lovely to exchange e-mails with someone who questioned what i had done/ intended to do and cared about every aspect of her potential new family member.

I don't know if you realise Turi but you contacted me during your puppy search but i had only just had Lola's litter......:D
 
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