This is Archie – his posh name is Ragamuffins Little Boy Blue.
This is Sadie, her posh name is Ragamuffins Bo Peep
This is Loki whose posh name is Ragamuffins Jack on the Hill
Teddy has taught the puppies everything he knows … checking the dishwasher is an important job! and the Munchkins are quick learners ….
Archie and Sadie are still looking for their perfect forever home so if you are interested in one of our little Ragamuffins please get in touch. (Tel.01909 591246)
Our puppies are brought up in the home and have lovely temperaments which they inherited from their mother and father who can both be seen. They are Kennel club registered, micro chipped and vet checked.
Molly and Teddy are proud to announce the birth of their 4 Baby B’Aires on Tuesday.
We have 1 little girl and 3 little boys:
Molly and her four Aire babies
Mother and Daughter
Mother and puppies are doing well.
A big ‘Thank you!’ goes to Jan and Keith at Shadlian Airedales for all their advice and practical help on the day! You guys are the Best!
March 5th was a bit special this year because our Mum was a special number old! So we all went on a special holiday! 🙂
Our home for the week was a log cabin in Shropshire
It was very comfy and there was everything you needed to live in it and cook for your pups!
On Mum’s special day it even snowed! and we had to wear our jumpers to go for walks.
We went out for lunch – the special Birthday meal for Mum – and the pub man said we could come in too!!! Mum and Dad said the ‘Jack Mytton’ in Hindford is an excellent place to have a special meal with your puppies!
Our log cabin had a huge garden … 5 acres … so there was lots of room to play …
… and to cuddle …
… and enjoy the sun which came out the next day and stayed out until we came home!
We explored The Mere at Ellesmere where we found a special sculpture.
We had a day exploring the area around Pistyll Rhaeadr – a pretty impressive waterfall in Wales …
… and we visited Ironbridge Gorge near Telford where a famous man made a bridge.
They have excellent shops and cafes there too and Mum and Dad SHARED!
Sometimes we didn’t go out but played some more in our garden. Molly was pretty keen on guarding and finding sticks …
… and I checked out the hole I dug the day before.
… and I made her share her stick 😉
It’s ok. She loves me 🙂
On our last day we visited Chirk castle for a lovely Woodland walk.
Before we left for home we had one last walk in our big garden. It really was a special holiday.