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Two Poodles living in Spain

The daily lives of two poodles living in Spain. We are a Black Standard Poodle (Grande Caniche) called Dudley and a Cream Standard Poodle called Monica. We were born in a village in the mountains of Andalusia and now live on the Orihuela Costa in Spain. Monica is 4 years old and Dudley is 1. (This blog is in memory of Buddy, one of the original TPLIS who sadly was put to sleep on 27th December 2010).

"Our Field"
16 March 2010 @ 10:47

(Monica's Blog)

Thought I would give you some idea of what the field is like where we take our morning walks.  It is sort of a cross between a field, a quarry and a tip (there is quite a bit of rubbish, in places, that has been dumped there over the years).  There is also an olive grove in the middle and lots of heather, wild thyme and rosemary.....some days the scents are amazing.

Some of the paths are sandy and some are quite stony.  I get to chase my tennis ball on the sandy ones,....the stoney ones hurt my feet!

Above is the one of the footpaths onto the field, but we will be changing our route soon as these thistles are above mum's shoulders now!!

The olive grove

A stoney path

Waiting for the ball!

Will show you some of our favourite beaches next time.

Hasta pronto!

Monica

 

 



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vilprano said:
16 March 2010 @ 10:50

Looks like the poodles have settled well in Spain, we are about to complete on a property in almeria and our two poodles will be moving with us.
We will have a fenced and gated plot of 3000 sq mtrs plus endless country walks.
I hope they will settle well they are both ex show girls having been to crufts on a number of occasions.
These will be our last as we are now retired, but things have a habit of changing and I cannot imagine a life without a standard to keep us amused.



susan duncan said:
19 March 2010 @ 14:05

Anuty Susan will soon be walking with you all, well for a few days see you soon XX


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