There's so much going on here at the moment, the house is so close to being finished, we should move in very soon. There will still be lots of work to do getting the garden sorted and the brick work done on the front of the house so we'll be working hard to get that done by winter.
Sue's pup's are doing really well, they are 5 months now and lot's of fun. I kept TJ the blue merle boy, he's so much like his dad, they do all of the same goofy things that make me laugh all of the time.
Shows are going well, Wispa started competing in jumping classes at Easter and has already had a 1st and a 3rd. I had a go at some contacts with her in the ring a couple of weeks a go and was happy with what she did so we might have another go soon. I'm training running contacts but haven't had time to take her to different venues to train so she's not confident on new equipment.
Last weekend at Hinckley Ty was brilliant, he's 9 1/2 yet still came 6th in Champ agility and I think 5th in the final (I still need to find out the official result). He was so happy coming out of the final round, he absolutely loves the atmosphere and being aloud to go as fast as he can. I hope he can have a few more of those rounds before I have to retire him from Champ.
Holly has done some amazing work she just needs to hold it together for a whole round and maybe a bit of luck would help.
Zazu also does some brilliant work but also looses the plot when he gets too excited, I'm trying a calming supplements to see if that helps. He is loving camping though and he likes chilling with me around the rings.
Emmy had to have surgery back in March to remove a tiny little hair band from her stomach, most dog's wouldn't require surgery for this but it made Emmy quite ill so she had to have surgery, they normally keep dogs in for 48 hours after this surgery but she was out within 2 hours looking bright, I've been building her fitness back up since then.
Flakes been unwell lately but we know what is wrong with her now so she is starting medication, hopefully she'll be back competing next year.
People who train with me are having amazing results, winning classes and thrashing their goals. I love watching them compete their dogs and have so much fun doing it.
The next show is Thames, the most fun show of the year.
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