A Schnauzer Party With Spaniels
The Fabulous Famous Five and I visited DBARC today. We were very kindly invited to see the wonderful new isolation unit that has recently been built. There were several other people visiting today with their dogs so it was quite a schnauzer party with spaniels!
The resident dogs are Meg and Mara (who are already settling in to their new quarters in the unit), Sherman (who we didn’t see today), Shelly and of course Buddy. Buddy was one of Lara’s puppies. You can find out more about Lara’s pups in our recent blog post. And another of our posts was about Buddy.
Visiting were the Fabulous Famous Five: Henry the Cavalier, Gertie, Violet, Hansel and Nell; Nellie The Noodle and Breagh with their schnauzer slave Julia; Myrtle the Cavalier and Pepper the schnauzer with their cavalier/schnauzer slaves AJ and Richard; Judy, Poppy, Holly and Jazzie (another of Lara’s pups) with their schnauzer slaves J2 and Jackie; Bella and Mabel who are currently visiting J2 and Jackie while their own slaves are away and little Dora (another of Lara’s pups) and her big brother Martie.
I make that 18 schnauzers (not including Sherman) and 2 Cavalier King Charles Spaniels. And it was absolute heaven!
Here are some of the photos from the schnauzer party…
We didn’t see Sherman today so I didn’t get any photos of him. Sherman has been neutered but has had a very bad bladder infection. He is on the mend and will soon be paying a visit to The Ralph. He has a cataract in one eye so may need surgery.
It was quite a schnauzer party today! It was great to see the lovely resident schnauzers, Meg, Mara, Buddy and Shelly and to see the progress they have made. And of course it was fabulous fun to spend time in the new unit surrounded by so many gorgeous schnauzers and spaniels!
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