She will keep you entertained, will you take her out in the hills?
Absolutely, although I'm not sure how long we'll need to wait before her skeleton is formed/strong enough. She still not had her jags yet so we havent ventured past the garden yet and a ten minute game of like in the video gets a 45 minute sleep!When she's big enough I'm looking forward to many a trip to the hills and wildcamping too! She should be fine, Collies are bred for the mountain environment and most SARDA dogs seem to be Collies. Her dad is a working dog and he's solid muscle. Watching him run about the fields was impressive!
We'll discuss with the vet when she gets her jags next week about when we can hit the hills. I suspect it'll just be a case of building it up gradually.
Excellent!:0DAlso, you're a brave man leaving shoes and boots out in the open like that. ;0)
Lol, the shoes/boots are there for quickness when when trying frantically to take her outside before we have any little accidents...We make a "deposit" at every 2 to 2.5 hour intervals at the moment.
She's gorgeous! You're going to have a lot of fun, Sandy, dogs are wonderful.
Thanks Hendrik, I can't wait till she's big enough to share in my mild mannered mountaineering. I've been eyeing up those inner tents Sean at Ookworks makes for my SL3 already in anticipation! Oh, and there's so much shiny stuff from Ruffwear that looks just the business for a mountain dug!
We love her and can't wait to meet her! :-)
She's a right mishevious wee madam Jamie...I reckon you two'd get on great!We might have her down at the North York Moors meet with us...unless we see you guys before then!
She's a cracker! But it looks like you're going to have to keep the the footwear out of reach. Don't think I've ever seen any reviews with "my dug just couldn't chew through them!"Hopefully catch you at Tiso.
I suppose that would certainly bring a whole new meaning to "destructive testing"!