GREETINGS FROM SOUTH AFRICA!!!
Hello there to all my fur-buddies from across the world!
It's been a while since I, the
have put up a blog post, so today MAXMOM said that I could have the stage...
But before anything else, I just want to say that I am so excited to hear that I am going to get a new puppy to look after soon! It will only be in about 5 weeks time, but hey it's still very exciting! ...and I am practicing hard to be a worthy 'big sis'!
I wonder what MAXMOM is going to name him?
She is contemplating all your fantastic suggestions and says that I must say a big
THANK YOU !
...to you all...each suggestion gets mom thinking!
Now just to remind you, here is what my little brother looks like at the moment...
Anyway, today's post isn't about our puppy but rather about another special puppy in our midst and her name is...
Many of you will know that MANGO ( the relentlessly huge), has graciousy relinquished a little of his blog’s space to his ‘labradork’ brother.
Dexter has called all black labradorks to unite in solidarity and enter his competition for
only black labradorks!
Well we thought we would like to enter our little friend, ASTA, on behalf our her puppy-walker, LORRAINE, into this prestigious competition of DEXTER’s. ASTA doesn't have a blog of her own (yet), so we are giving you her news (until her mom plucks up the courage:))
Many of you will know that we are all white dogs in this household of ours, but we wanted you also to know that we admire black doggies too. Indeed we admire ALL doggies...but that’s another story.
Today we are dedicating this special post to our friends
ASTA and LORRAINE.
Please study them carefully so that you will be able to identify Asta on DEXTER’s blog!
ASTA will be spending only one year with LORRAINE before she enters the formal six months training programme for guide and service dogs with
(Asta barking at me)
Training to be a guide/service dog is quite a mountain for this little mite to climb, but many other black labradorks have conquered it before and become wonderful assistants to their future owners. We wish ASTA well on her journey and we will be following her all the way!
It goes to show....
Black labradorks can indeed achieve amazing heights!
(Did we ever think otherwise?!)Please visit DEXTER and his relentlessly huge brother, MANGO, to see all the participants.
Good luck ASTA!
TAMMY-GIRL IN SOUTH AFRICA