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We waved goodbye to our last Christmas/New Year guests and closed the gates until Friday 3rd February. It has been another busy season and now the hard work starts cleaning, painting and repairing any damage done over the past year to kennels, runs, bedrooms, paddocks and grounds! All ready to do it all again in a month’s time!
I think I have probably given out the wrong information about our opening dates, mistakenly I thought we were re-opening on Monday 6th February, but it is in fact Friday 3rd! We are here throughout the month for booking enquiries, so do please give us a call if you have your holiday dates already planned. If you get our answerphone we will get back to you asap.
In the meantime a happy and healthy 2017 to everyone and look forward to seeing you again and to welcoming new customers.
We would like to wish all our customers a very Merry Christmas and best wishes for 2017.
Thank you all for your continued support of all we do here at Towsers to make your treasured family member have as an enjoyable holiday with us as you are having. We look forward to welcoming you again to Towsers in 2017 and to introducing new customers and friends to the kennels.
2015 was such a busy year for us here at Towsers, with so many old friends coming back to visit us for their holidays. We have also been delighted to welcome some lovely new boarders, who we hope, will become good friends and regulars over the years to come.
We never stand still in kennels and during our annual 4 week closure we have been busy repainting, re-plumbing and doing all the ‘behind the scenes’ jobs that no one really sees, but ones that are vital for the smooth running of the kennels and for our treasured guests’ comfort. When we re-open on 10th February we are looking forward to getting straight back into the full swing of business, with our kennels full for the half term break.
I’m sure our regulars will be delighted to know that we are holding our prices again for the second year in a row, so the prices listed on the website are current for 2016. We appreciate that sometimes finances can be stretched to look after your dogs whilst you enjoy your annual holiday, so we felt it only fair that we keep things on an even keel for at least another 12 months.
September saw a lovely litter of puppies from our Fleur, they have all gone to their new homes and are being a delight and an exasperation in equal measure to their new owners! We kept a little girl, who we have named Hetty and she is such a monkey. She has just started her ringcraft training and we hope to get out and about to some shows with her and her mummy later in the Spring.
Once again, we thank you all for your continued support and look forward to welcoming friends new and old in 2016.
I’ve been very lax in supplying the website with pictures of the ‘gang’, but we’ve changed computer systems and I have yet to discover how to reduce the pixels on photos to enable me to upload them onto the website.
Anyway, enough of that, puppies are nearly 6 weeks old now and are such fun. They are constantly on the go, wrestling, playing, nipping, chasing, eating us out of house and home and then suddenly – sleep!
Everyone has found a forever home and they will start disappearing in a couple of weeks. Where has that time gone? It seems like only yesterday they were helpless little slugs reliant on their mum for everything, now they will going off into the big wide world to lead joyful lives, bringing entertainment and love to their new mummies and daddies – we will miss them dreadfully, as we always do with all our babies.
We have enforced Fleur’s separation from them for the past three days, so that they won’t pine for her when they leave and also so that her milk starts to dry up. She has so much milk, at the moment she’s leaking everywhere and must be extremely uncomfortable, but hopefully it will start to reduce in a few days. Half sister Flick has also been acting as a wet nurse and thinks they are her puppies! To the extent that she too produced milk for them! They have been extremely lucky little babies, having two ‘mums’ to care for their every need, and of course, grandma Dawn is also on hand to watch over their upbringing!
Georgia is much brighter and enjoying the fine weather out and about, running in the field. However, she is still not firm in her motions despite being fed on white rice and egg, so this morning I telephoned your vet, who has put her up some pro kaolin paste and immodium tablets. She has had her first dose at Saturday lunch time, which will (hopefully) clear her gut of any remaining nasties. She has enough pro kaolin to last for a course of three days and will have her last dose on Monday morning before you collect her.