Well i thought moving to wordpress would make my life easier but thats just not happening. I cant keep up with the blog si have subscribed to so I have moved my blog back to Blogger at http://natalie-winter.blogspot.com/ I know some people have subscribed here so please re subscribe over there and you will still get my blogs plus you can access the blogs that I like to look at. I am always on the lookout for new blogs to follow so let me know if you come across any. Especially Koolie or agility related. So…..See you over at Blogger…..with our pretty girly page…..I hope…….
Bug -a -lug – over and out…..
One day I was dreaming of owning a Koolie, the next day she is turning 2. What an amazing 2 years we have had! Out of the 8 dogs I have owned, by far she is the easiest to live with and the most fun to work with ( Mickey – close your ears!). Everyday is a party, Everyday she is happy and everyday she makes me smile. I cant ask for any more than that from her.
I had made this movie when she was 18 months and if you have not seen it yet , you can see what and action packed life she leads. She is one lucky Koolie……
Her Agility is progressing well with finally some real training. I seem to always be full of excuses for her but she had to take a back seat for a while so I could get my cavalier Maverick up to speed for the ADAA Nationals. Maverick was the only dog I had in the advanced level to try out for the world team to compete at the World Agility Championships in Texas in May 2012.
I am pleased to say the work payed off and I made the team and Bug was a great supporter of Mav over the tryout weekend. Those that know Cavaliers know that they need other dogs around them ( if not on them) and Bug and Mav get on so well. She would be the only person in the family that actually gets him I would say. Anyway, back to Bug. I am so pleased to say she is finally doing 4 weave poles and is really enjoying figuring things out. Now I have a whole lot of life things all sorted, I can really go out and enjoy working with my Girl.
Today she has taught me that life can pass in a flash and you should take time to enjoy those moments before they go right on by.