We want to wish you and the poodles at the farm a Happy Thanksgiving. Mollie is settling in nicely after only one week with us. She is eating, drinking, and eliminating like she has always lived here and she keeps a watchful eye on all that is going on around her!
All the best,
Ron, Mar and Mollie
Kathryn’s Note: Mollie’s last pups were born in July 2018. She will be six years old in December and has found a new life as the one and only dog in Marlene & Ron’s home and, hopefully, will give and receive many years of love and affection with her new family. Ron and Marlene were previously the adoptive parents of Mollie’s mother, Dottie.
This is a picture I used in my ad for selling this couch. It sold in a day and I’m pretty sure it was because of the model in the foreground!
Finn is always excited and happy to go and play in the dog park. Bouncy is an understatement; all four feet off the ground over and over. People always comment on his enthusiasm and joy!
All the best
Shelagh , Rob and Finn
Our sweet guy, named Hudson, is settling in nicely.
He is easy going and affectionate -and so smart.
The kids are in love!
My youngest daughter is in the background
of this picture reading her new favourite book to Hudson.
Hudson came to work today while his mom taught yoga.
I will be his sitter when they go away on trips.
He is adorable and loved playing with dog staff, Fergus,
the Irish wolfhound – one I take care of also.
Hope all is well with you.
Faith and Hudson & Fergus
at The Doghouse
St. John’s NL
Richard and I brought home Phoebe in August 2017. We love and cherish her so much. She is very much a “people dog” and loved by everyone she meets. She loves going for hikes, dipping her paws in the nearby river and cuddling up with us. She is especially fond of other dogs and gets along well with almost every other dog she meets.
We recently bought a new house, which has more room and a large fenced backyard. We would like to add another fairhill farm poodle to our family in the spring or summer. We would prefer a male, just to have one of each. Phoebe is not a dominate dog and is submissive with other dogs she meets. I always say, ‘she doesn’t have a bad bone in her body’ because she is so kind. She has had interactions with puppies of other breeds that have been aggressive or try to dominate and she doesn’t like that.
Boating requires a line to secure Boye as he wants to go overboard to swim. After the 24th May weekend when Boye took a flying leap over the side of my somewhat fast moving boat and the job of pulling him back into the boat (still in his winter coat plus 85 lbs) it was good that there were two of us on board.
Leslie & Jean
Jazmine is doing fantastically well adjusting, as you see here!
She is making herself right at home with full confidence!