Sunday, March 29, 2015
Hi Mama Sue,
Yesterday, I finally was able to get back to the
groomers (I was in desperate need of a hair cut)
and now Mom says she can see my pretty face
My little brother, Cooper, had to go to the vet's on
Saturday for his annual check-up. When he came
home he looked very sad and tired; so I went right
over to him and kissed him on the face. My family
told me I was a very good big sister. (The next day,
Coop was back to being his old self again).
We hope you and Papa Mike are well and always
remember we love you very much.
Posted by Susan at 7:30 PM
Finally the snow is pretty much melted except for the big piles. Now that dreaded spring task of cleanup. I hope you and hubby are doing well down south. Just now March 22 Sunday I just looked out the window and we are getting flurries.
We had 4 deer on our street yesterday.....plus last night we smelled skunk. Bentley alerted us to that. He smelled him right thru the closed up house....remember we are in Buffalo and it was mid 30's last nite. He was running from front to back window. There was no way I was letting him out and he just got groomed. attached are pictures before and after....he was such a fur ball. Have you had any contact with Bentley brothers and sisters. He was born 5/27/12. His one sister is Bella from Erie Pa (Mom Mary Jane) and Bailey from Buffalo (Mom is Sarah). Please feel free to give the others my email address....would like to know how they are doing.
Best of health n happiness!
Kathy and Bentley from Buffalo NY
Posted by Susan at 7:20 PM
Friday, March 13, 2015
Sue ... was sorry to hear that you were leaving the cocker breeding, and more so the illness of your husband. We know how tough it can be for everyone.
We will keep both of you in our prayers and thoughts.
Noah is doing okay for ten years old and has given unconditional love and happiness to our family. When our kids and grandchildren (plus 2 great granddaughters) come for holiday gatherings we have FOUR COCKERS plus a pit bull off shoot and they play endlessly until the food comes out to the dining room when we are quickly surrounded by 5 sad looking faces watching every bite. I love how they positions thinking "Well this one isn't sharing so I'll try this guy."
You and your family put more joy into so many people's lives. Hoping God blesses you with His peace.
Posted by Susan at 9:17 PM
Monday, March 9, 2015
Hi Mama Sue,
It's Cooper here, one of your former
"Shaggy Pups" from Quincy - home
from the groomers - at last. My mom
says I'm back to my handsome old self
again. Emily is going to the groomers
next Saturday, and then our nick-name
of Shaggy Pups, will be but a memory.
Speaking of memories, we sure will be
glad when all this snow is just that - a
memory. What fun it will be to be able
to get into the backyard again; back to our
playing, running around and taking a nap
under the Dogwood Tree.
We all hope you and Papa Mike are doing
well and we send you our love.
Your Little Cooper
Posted by Susan at 7:02 PM