well done Jane, and Ed on being able to help out these two lovely boys we hope they have a good, settled day with them both today, and James feels more settled, it is wonderful you have been able to keep them together and they still have each other
Hey Edlet, I'm very proud of you boy. I wonder if this means we won't be sharing a room anymore when I visit - that is, if you're going to sleep with your new friends?! Can't wait to meet James and Henry. See you in the week. xxx
These 2 adorable chaps and young Edlet have been so very good today - it's amazing how theyve settled.
We've had only a tiny whine this morning from sensitive James and theyve all been out in the garden whilst my pal and I were doing the lawn and planting etc. They seem to enjoy the distraction.
They loved their walk in the sun this afternoon. Theyre very good on their extending leads when its sniff time in the fields and are starting to get the hang of no extenders and no constant sniff/peeing when on the path.
They dont cling to each other - James is nosey, especially in the kitchen and Henry is a lazy so and so......just about rouses himself for train/click/treat time (they already recognise the click after just 12 hours!! ) He'll be much better after a nail trim (which I will try tomorrow) and a gentle weight loss regime!
They met some dogs while we were walking and seemed a little unhappy. Plus when Ed tries to get them to play James gets a bit anxious and runs away. Henry is usually asleep!
We'll see how their sociability progresses when they feel more secure.......definitely not cat friendly and still not sure about small dogs.
Only a few photos indoors as my hands were too full of leads and poobags on our walk!!
The boys reaction after I mentioned they need a nail trim......if we hide our noses, she won't see us !!!
Bed swapping shenanigans...
Ed on theirs.....
Them on Ed's....
Little James opens his eyes for a brief moment after a lovely walk...
lovely photos Jane, huge well done to you and Ed for welcoming them into your home, hope James will have a better night once he relaxes a little and starts to feel more secure and gets to know you, atleast they still have each other after all the trauma and change they have been through, and hopefully still being together will help them settle well with you and not be quite so anxious, glad they are starting to enjoy their time with you and Ed
Bless them....not a murmur from these little angels all night .....they were tired out and much happier yesterday evening.
I came down at 7.30 as it was quiet (we dont want to start the day off with whining!) and they were sound asleep......a quick pee later they are back in bed under blankets with tripe sticks to keep them going til brekkie.
Ed didnt even bother to get up!
Now theyre snoring again so Im taking my tea back to bed.......if Ed has left me some space!