Nov. 19, 2018

November 19, 2018:  I spent an hour on the phone with Chewy.  I had to put in each Scottie’s name, birthday, and pounds to get my Heartguard Plus ordered in autoship.  I also was busy getting the AKC papers, health agreement, and health records together for all the puppies leaving me soon.

Bonnie has not come in heat yet.  It may be next month when she comes in season.

Nov. 18, 2018

November 18, 2018:  Happy birthday to Heather Claire’s puppies who turn seven weeks old today.  I will post their six weeks weights as well as their seven weeks weights.

11/11/18                                             11/18/18

Brodie 3lbs. 8.5 oz.                4 lbs. 1.5 oz.

Banjo   2 lbs. 8.5 oz.               3 lbs. 5.5 oz.

Maggie 2 lbs. 5 oz.                  2 lbs. 10 oz.

Angus   3 lbs. 4.5 oz.              4 lbs. 1.5 oz.

Phoebe  3 lbs.                           3 lbs. 10 oz.

Cecil       3 lbs.                            3 lbs. 10 oz.

I am going to get some outside shots either today or tomorrow since the weather is so nice.  I see there is a 75% chance of rain tomorrow, so I may get some pictures Tuesday afternoon.

Below is a picture I took after evening feeding.  I call it a bed full of Scotties.

Nov. 16, 2018

November 16, 2018:  Have you ever wanted a day to become the next day?  I took my car to a mechanic because the check engine light was on, and I needed the car to be inspected.  I did this on Wednesday because I knew Thursday was going to be a rainy day all day.  I had the person change my oil as that was also needed.  Then, I took it to be inspected which took about twenty minutes.  The mechanic at this place said they had to jump start the battery which should have been a warning to me.  I did nothing yesterday but clean.  Fridays, I take my mother to her hair appointment at 1o:45 and pick her up around 12:00.  At 8:30 this morning, I drove the car a few yards to the horse barn.  I fed the horses, and then I go to another barn where I store the feed to get up the next day’s feed.  The car would not start.  I called my mother who has macular degeneration and could not see the numbers of any of the people she could rely on when I am not available.  After going back and forth as to what I could do, I thought of my neighbor.  Now, I had planned to take the car in on Monday for the tune-up – just a couple of days.  My neighbor came and jumpstarted the car, and he followed me to the mechanic and then picked up my mother to take her to her appointment an hour early.  He let me use his vehicle while he used his work truck to do his work.  It is  4:30, and the garage closes at five.  I told the mechanic, he could keep it over the weekend, but he thinks he can have it ready. He has not called me yet, and it is 6:30.  I did get a new battery, but remember the check engine light was on.  So, I am thinking, things may be a little more complicated.  While I have been waiting, I took pictures of the puppies at seven weeks.  This will take the place of Sunday’s pictures that I take on their weekly birthdays.

Cecil at seven weeks


Phoebe at seven a half weeks


Banjo at seven weeks


Lois’s male and female


Angus at seven weeks


Brodie at seven weeks

Bonnie is not showing any signs of coming in heat, but Tessa may be.  I will have to check her.

Nov. 15, 2018

November 15, 2018:  Weather is finally going to clear up tomorrow, and I will get pictures of Heather Claire’s puppies and Phoebe.  I did manage to get pictures of Cecil and Angus at the vet’s clinic before my memory card filled up.  I  have deleted pictures.

I have been very busy this week, so I apologize for not getting any pictures.  I can’t believe the puppies turn seven weeks this Sunday.

Cecil getting his teeth checked


Angus having his ears examined

Nov. 13, 2018

November 13, 2018:  Rainy weather is keeping us all inside.  Pictures will come as soon as I can delete some pictures.  I am cooking for my 95 year-old mother, getting my car serviced tomorrow, and fretting over a horse that gave me such wonderful, fun times.  She is 27 and needs to be euthanized.  So a lot is going on.