Alfie at 8 months having cuddle time with Mia … I don’t think either of them stay this still for long from what I’ve heard.
Alfie has the retriever gene for swimming – 7 months here and on a family walk. Don’t know if he has inherited the gene for loving mud and muck yet though …
Here’s Alfie at 4 months, looking smart and very well behaved as it mixes with the cafe crowd in Wellington.
Here’s a good shot to see Alfie’s coat. He is the only one of the litter to have a different coat. The undercoat is shorter – still very thick and soft though. It’s possible he will end up looking more like a retriever than his brothers and sister.
Alfie has only been home for a matter of days and he’s already made it to the local newspaper!! It looks like he was trying out different new beds …
Here’s the baby of the 2015 litter – Mr Little – arriving at his new home and meeting two of the children. He flew to Wellington with apparently no signs of distress at all, in fact he fell asleep during check-in. The whole thing was more exhausting for the human I think, a very long day 🙂
Misha at nine months cuddled up on my bed. She has that habit of sitting down just where I’ve been sitting whether I want her there or not – and she always looks really happy about it too … Isn’t her shaggy face adorable? Or is it just me?
It’s pretty hard to get a front on picture of Misha these days without her running up to the camera and sticking her face in it. She’s a real clown, and posing isn’t enough. Maybe I’ve taken too many pictures? Anyway, here she’s practicing the command “stay” and doing quite well for a few seconds.
A nice shot of Misha at 10 months. Her tail has lovely long two-toned hair now, and the two-tone colouring is also on her back, ears, and top of the head. Lots of her coat is lovely and silky soft, a real delight to touch. Having such long hair on her legs makes her look a bit like a bear …
Misha at 7 months with her favourite toy of the time – she played and played with this thing until she started cracking bits of rubber off it and I had to throw it out. Well worth the investment, this toy.
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