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What a great site! So good to hear your stories about living in the Catalan countryside and your pesky pups! Would love to get a dog but my boyfriend wont let me!!! He says they are too much of a life-long commitment!
I am sure you could wear him down if you tried!!!!
Your dogs are adorable. I got a puppy myself, he was rescued from South Korea, he’s now 8 months. Your blog is so useful to train a puppy and train ourselves. I get really happy when I see people with rescued dogs, I just thought I’d comment on your website since it is so fun to read through it. I would love to have 3 dogs although it is so much work. With one small one is already so much to do and so many expenses. Your dogs look really healthy and cute. Good for you and them. 🙂
Thanks for your kind words. It is expensive looking after Dogs, but it’s worth it isn’t it? Such good companions.
Any more cute pictures of your doggies? The nagging hasn’t worked and me fella still won’t let me get a dog – but bizarely, he agrees to chickens! Not quite the same but a happy compromise for moi methinks! Still want a dog though.. I will just have to get my fix through your site! 🙂
When we were in Catalonia my husband insisted on taking videos of all the dogs he saw, as if Catalan dogs were somehow different from American dogs. They may be happier, but they don’t look much different! 🙂
Here in Seattle, dogs outnumber children – that’s fine by me!
Your dogs are gorgeous. Do you know what they are mixes of?
Unfortunately we haven’t a clue, although Faye seems to have a lot of Alsation in her.
The others just seem to be a fine mix of Spanish hunting breeds. Daisy is a killer tracker
That picture of the dogs on the couch is a classic!!
Anne, They were getting very cheeky about it. Wanted to be on the sofa more than on the floor!
I like Faye. <3
Btw, this is Lola_Joy from K9mania, I love your blog.
Hi Cheyenne, glad you like the blog.
Faye is a lovely if quite noisy Girl.
Hope to see you back again soon.
Hi! I just wanted to let you know how much I’m enjoying your blog. What sweet doggies!
Hi Martha, I am very glad you enjoy the blog.
Sweet? Well, at times! Mostly when they are asleep!
Only kidding 🙂
I’m looking for information on Dewclaws. I need to know if there are breeds of dogs that can be born without any dewclaws. We are fighting to keep our dog and any help you can give would be greatly appreciated!
Great post. How often do you update? I am looking for new stuff to toss in my feed reader and this might be good. Later
Hi there! I was just wondering what kind of dog you think Daisy is. I have a six month old rescue pup who looks just like her. His mom is half Sharpei and half cocker spaniel, but he looks like neither. His father is a mystery and I’m just trying to figure it out. Thanks!
I am afraid we have no idea about her history as like you we got her from a pound. Sorry I can’t really be of any help.
I was talking to a store clerk the other day about choke chains, she suggested a wale tail choke chain. My Mastiff has such a big head and neck that store bought chokers wont work. I have looked on line and cant locate a source. I was just wondering if you have heard of this choker and if you have a source.
I was reading the April 2 article about spiked dog collars and found it funny, informative, and scary. I do however, have some additional information for you. We have a Great Pyrenees dog that we use as a LGD (Livestock Guardian Dog). He should wear a spiked collar (we have not done this) for the sole purpose of his own protection. If a coyote would happen into the field with the sheep, and be confronted by the Pyr, and a fight ensue, the spikes would protect his neck which is the first place most dogs will attack.
Thought you might want to know another use of the spiked collar.
I needed to search lumps on dogs and this site was very helpful…my airedale is 10 years old and yes overweight….I’m thinking this is just fatty deposit from whatI read here.
OK, I just posted in your “dangerous foods for dogs” article section and now I see your dogs and where you live – how gorgeous!! As an American I’ve dreamt of a beautiful rustic ~ bucolic setting where my heart can lose itself. 🙂
Love your site! I have two big Goldens and the scene on the leather couch is a familiar one as it is the same in our house! Thanks for sharing your gang and your dog care tips.
I was wondering if you would be willing to help me figure out what kind of dog I have. I picked him up from a shelter 3 months ago where I was told he was a lab/beagle mix and he does not look like either to me. I’ve been looking at all types of dogs to see which looks closest to him because I want to know more about his habbits and needs. I enjoyed looking at your blogs and see you get a lot of activity on here so I thought I’d ask about my little one.
Hi Nicole, I am afraid I would not be very good at this at all, I can’t even figure out the ancestry of my own girls 😉 But the main thing is not too worry too much about it. Lots of walks and love and a good feed and he will be the happiest Dog in the world.
Thanks for your response. One more question my puppy is almost 6 months old and he is a ball of energy, were your girls very hyper when they were younger?
Nicole, they settle down after a few years!!!!!!!!!
Seriously though it is quite normal. Up to a year plus they can have mountains of energy. Give as many walks a day as you possibly can to ease the energy and if you can go somewhere off leash all the better.
Think what it is like here with 3 of them 😉
beautiful, beautiful, beautiful..the pups and the landscape..and I sit here in NYC wishing for space as to have a place for large dogs to run..and my little one to snuggle by a fire place, and not have to dodge traffic while trying to get to the beach for a off leash run and a swim …how nice it must be!
Maias, it is an absolutely amazing place and we do love all the space. Thanks for commenting.
Love the dogs sitting in the grass. Great picture. To Nicole, YES! All puppies of that age are a ball of energy. That’s what makes them so fun though.
Your comment thank you for your blog on aftercare for spaying opr. U addressed all of my Concerns!
We’ll be fostering a dog – beginning later today! – and with two alrady, I’m not quite sure how I’ll adapt our feeding routine to accommodate a third…
Your dogs are lovely, and the reddish kid looks like she/she has a lot of Rhodesian Ridgeback in him/her.
Love your dogs. We have two black labs (Lilly and Abbie). Always thought having more than one would be harder but it’s actually easier for us (though certainly not cheaper). Noted your dogs on the couch. Have you tried or do they have dog beds?
Wow, your pooches look very comfy on that sofa, we walk a few dogs at a time and they always seem to be happier in a group… I must say that I am against keeping dogs on their own even within a family.. I was wondering what your thoughts on that were, i now its more work but surely its better for the dogs?
I have a plot hound who looks exactly like daisy in the face in the couch picture. He too is a great tracker and glides though the woods like a deer. I also have three dogs who love to crash on my couch. I need a bigger couch so we can all fit.
Your dogs are so beautiful! I have two dogs, Shelby and Sundae. Shelby is a shetland sheepdog and Sundae is a cockalier(part cocker spaniel, part cavalier king charles spaniel. I like Faye, she looks like she’s part german shepherd.