An "oldie" just popping in to say Hi!

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An "oldie" just popping in to say Hi!

Post by MelB »

It's been a long time since I last popped by.

We have Cindy (Blufawn Cinnamon) who will be 12 next month. Some may remember she was born with severe hip dysplasia (scored 75) & had arthritis by 18 months. Well, she's still going, still nutty and still runs about the garden as if she's a puppy. She loves her walks but gets a bit stiff after. Doesn't jump up on the bed as often and sometimes asks for a "lift" up the stairs to bed at night but flies up them most other times (when she's not in stealth mode, searching for empty loo roll tubes :lol: ).

Given her advancing years we're starting to think about the inevitable although, hopefully, quite a way in the future yet. Wondering who is breeding (to good, healthy standards) and how much the breed has changed over 12 years.

Generally, popping in to say "Hi"

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Re: An "oldie" just popping in to say Hi!

Post by Sylvaen »

Heya! Long time, no see! I'm glad to hear Cindy is still going well, even after all these years. A few of us "oldies" are still around, but a lot of breeders/owners disappeared over the years (or moved over to the Facebook groups instead). I haven't been keeping up with the forum much lately, since we have a lot of ongoing construction work at our new property and not much freetime, but I stop by to check in now and then... a few of the older breeders are still breeding, and the breed is still going strong overall with quite a few new/upcoming breeders as well. :)
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