Archive for March, 2015

SMILE!!!

IMG_7730Did we make you smile? Read more…

Who let the dog in?

IMG_5977-580x773BRGR.CO did!!!! Read more…

Surprise, Mummy!!!

No, it was my idea, not yours, Georgie! Read more…

Moments with Mummy

Tomorrow is Mothering Sunday (in the UK) and we have surprises for Mummy – shhhh! Don’t tell her.

But as part of our celebration of the many Mummy moments, we are taking part in a campaign – Read more…

Hey Yogi! How ya doin’?

Yogi was feeling bit sorry for himself.  His three-hour long operation on Thursday went well and the vet is a lot more optimistic than he originally thought. He is now recovering at home.  Read more…

Trying on a nose

We’re getting into the act of “doing something funny” as part of Red Nose Day – well, sort of. At least the humans think it’s funny that we are wearing a red nose. Read more…

“You don’t have to love dogs – just respect them”

Respect, Kathy! And we love you too.

When we met Kathy Trout at Crufts it was the first time that had learned about the works she has been doing for the West Yorkshire Dog Rescue

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May, meet May!

Mummy met the first dog ever to share her name!!! Read more…

Somewhere over the rainbow

We want to take this opportunity to say our “goodbye” to Seymour’s mummy, Tania.

Late last year we all tried to spread the word about finding her a bone marrow donor to help her get better. But nothing could be done.   Read more…

It wasn’t me

Early this morning Georgie started retching … as soon as he jumped off the bed, I ran to the bathroom – hoping he would follow me – because that’s where I would go if I am feeling unwell. Read more…

Daffodils-a-springing!

Look at all those daffodils! Aren’t they pretty? Read more…

Yogi needs help to walk

Seven month old Yogi is your typical cockapoo – happy and full of life!  But he was in a traffic road accident in December, and one of his back legs received multiple fractures.  Fortunately, it was only his leg that got crushed.

He had two operations since then but the second one did not work out quite well.  Yogi can’t walk properly – he can’t put weight on the bad leg. Read more…

Green, green grass of home!

After two days of weaving amongst human legs, being patted on the head, carried, posed for photos and narrowly missing being hit by shopping bags, we are soooooo happy to be running free!

We are back at Hyde Park and running with our friend Charlie! Read more…

Inscribed for us

You know those doggy cartoons that talks about our secret lives?  We met the cartoonist, Rupert Fawcett – who seems to read our minds quite well. 🙂  That was one of the highlights of our weekend at Crufts. Read more…

Job done

It was another busy blogging weekend at Crufts.

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And the Best in Show is …

Congratulations to Knopa, the Scottish Terrier …  Zzzzzzzz.

We made it home in time to watch the Crufts Best in Show winner on telly but we were knackered and fell asleep in front of the telly. Read more…

Dogs Rule!

We have come across sooooo many dogs the two days we’ve been here. These ones are really nice and quiet. 🙂 Read more…

Process of Elimination

We arrived at Crufts with one main goal – who would claim George as part of their breed!

Not that it mattered but here’s an opportunity to meet every possible acknowledged breed and ask what they thought. Read more…

Changed lives

Mummy met Nada at our Hyde Park Cockapoo meets.  They knew they had a couple of things in common – they’re both Londoners crazy about their cockapoos.  But what they didn’t know is that Bella and I changed their lives. Read more…

Get ready Crufts! … for the handsomest of them all!

We’re off to Crufts tomorrow and since it is George’s first time, Mummy thought he needed tidying up. Read more…

Bonjour! Today we are at Maison Assouline

Mummy and I have been to Maison Assouline a few times and we wanted to show Georgie one of our favourite places. Read more…

We bid adieu, Myrtle

Your mummy told us last night that it was time – you had to leave us.

Rest in peace, Myrtle – we remember you with great fondness.  Read more…

More forms of amusement …

This time – scary bears!

After our photo opportunity at Duke of York Square, we took the bus to Orvis on Regent Street. Why? Because Mummy found a LED light to further attach to Georgie’s collar!  Read more…

When we don’t go to the park …

We have to do things for Mummy’s amusement. Read more…

Bordering on insanity :)

Yes, she’s becoming the lady that has two dogs – all the time!!!

So today is no park day – no running, no squirrelling. We had to do Mummy things. 🙁

It’s interesting but not invigorating.  We walk on pavements and we sit around while Mummy does her stuff. Read more…

And it was AYE!!!

And we too say “Aye!”  IMG_5797Hooray! Hooray!  Harvey’s Army had succeeded in making Harvey’s Law active!!! Read more…

Smooth and clear paths

C’mon Georgie! It’s easy. Don’t be afraid.

He stopped dead in his tracks when we were about to go up the glass stairs in the Apple store on Regent Street. He wasn’t used to walking on glass. Read more…

The (cuddle) Army has rolled in!

Tonight we’ve been spoilt rotten by some of the members of Harvey’s Army – the humans that led the petition to change the law that will make it compulsory for the Highway Agency to scan all dead pets and log the incidents with the police and dog wardens.  And we are loving it! Read more…

Morning has broken …

The sun’s up. The alarm has gone.  Read more…