Teddy and Annie’s Puppies 2020 go home for the holidays!
Our older poodle kin send greetings to all!
Honey Bear left Poodle Point with her loving new owners just a week ago. Her new home is a wonderful and happy place to be – and so much fun!
In Victoria, B.C. there are roses to be enjoyed on a fine day even in November.
Why not stop and smell the roses?
Keira Rose and I went to PEI this weekend and she passed her CGN. I am so proud of my girl.
It was hard work occupying the grand baby. When Mozzie got our precious little bundle to sleep he made sure she stayed there.
Sherry & Doug
Our beloved Theo has “crossed the bar.”
The period of our sadness and grief pales in comparison with the many years of happiness and companionship which we have enjoyed. He was a regal representative of his species.
Theo was a friendly dog, greeting everyone with affection and receiving an abundance in return. On one occasion he attempted to leave with the FedEx delivery man! He loved attention, often demanding it with a gentle paw-push or a nose-nudge. Social gatherings included his working the room after which he usually found a place to relax and recuperate.
In accordance with his gentle nature, he left us with neither a whine nor wimpier – a class act.
Science tells us that dogs have 25% of identical human DNA – we suspect that his share was much more than that.
Theo will be cremated with one of his favourite “woollies” and a granite marker will be procured for him to join the gallery of our three other standard poodles. They will have excellent company.
We acknowledge loving caregivers, Dr. Lois Fiander and her assistant, Holly, his faithful groomer, “auntie” Gwen Lohnes, dog sitters, Steve and Joyce Nickerson, Agnes Moase and his breeder Kathryn Diefenbach.
In tribute to Theo:
Crossing the Bar
by Alfred, Lord Tennyson
Sunset and evening star,
And one clear call for me!
And may there be no moaning of the bar,
When I put out to sea,
But such a tide as moving seems asleep,
Too full for sound and foam,
When that which drew from out the boundless deep
Turns again home.
Twilight and evening bell,
And after that the dark!
And may there be no sadness of farewell,
When I embark;
For tho’ from out our bourne of Time and Place
The flood may bear me far,
I hope to see my Pilot face to face
When I have crost the bar.
Brian and Ros
We four are at Twillingate at a campground with our Roadtrek. Tori and Boye are enjoying the change in scenery.
Out of the woods came two standard poodles. We let all the poodles off leash and they had a ball. As it turned out they were relatives! Phoebe and Gilbert – red and black with Keeper being the father of both. Boye‘s sire was also Keeper. They really had a family time. The owners are from Nova Scotia but living in Cornerbrook for the last seven years.
We spent only one night in a motel when we were in Newfoundland and “the queen” made the most of it.
Lesley and Jean and Tori and Boye.
Eli has proven to be an absolutely delightful addition to our family. He is very intelligent, affectionate, and wonderful with all other living things (with the possible exception of deer flies). He still has a bit of puppy in him at three years.
We are overjoyed with this dog and could not be happier with our choice – an unmitigated testament to your hard work.
Susan and Graham