This morning I decided the inside puppy pen needed a good cleaning out. I got out the pail with hot water and bleach, along with my scrub brush and went at it, after first giving a go over with the shop vac. What a job that was, however it does smell much better then when I started, with the water having been changed at least three times. I just finished, not too long ago, putting a very thick layer of newspaper down hoping it will stay put when the "gang" get put back in there later.
Once this was all said and done, Rob and I decided to make a "dump run" with a load of tires that have been kicking around our place way too long to suit me.
Rob had left for the day, with me just coming in to settle in with a tea when the dogs started up, as someone was at the door. Upon investigation, there were two females inquiring about puppies for sale.
Down I went to show off the three Tri males, who put on a most lovely "puppy" show for everyone.
An hour or so after they had left, I received a call from the young girl, who had yet to discuss the situation with her father, to ask if I would reserve the littlest until she could get back here this weekend with a deposit.
Oh yes, anyone living in close proximity to me, would you please "save" your egg cartons for me, as I will pass them on to Anita, since I hear they are soon to be getting more laying hens. Thank you in advance, and please do let me know.
Here it is almost 8:30 pm already. I have yet to bring in the "Spectacular Six", as it is still way too cool at night to leave them out. I also have to tend to all the rest of the "pack's" needs before I call it a night, "Just North of Wiarton & South of the Checkerboard".