hiya again an thank you for the warm welcome
well honey is such a loving wee thing and ive had no problems with her so far,i took her to school today,lol when i picked my 6yr old up and she was shivering although she had a top on plus id carried her with her warm blanket,i think maybe it was just the noise of all the school kids that made her kinda scared,anyway she pees on her pad but poos on my floor,lol
awww well i guess i cant have all the good.
i learnt her a trick i say kiss honey an she gives you a kiss,lol and she does that to everyone in the family.
oh i hope it was ok for me to give her 2 spoons of tuna fish on a plate,lol
she loved it although she is on pedigree puppy food,and she likes the smell of a big mac.
shes sleeping great gets me up at 6am each day and shes now barking
so im now thinking bout training her to pee outside.
yes i did have a cat but sadly it got run over by a car few yrs ago
i was supposed to pick up a male long haired pup on sunday but the breeder sold it for more money :x
so my hubby searched all ngt friday ngt and found another breeder so we picked honey up on saturday,lol
makes me angry how some breeders do it for the money
Hi, Honey is very sweet. As you live in Scotland it might pay you to teach her to poo/pee both on a pad and outside, as winter is on its way and chis dont like the cold too much, also helpful when its pouring with rain. Mine know to go on a tiled/toweled area, in the garden and in their litter trays in the travel cot