Puplog by Zeus

26th February 2019

Puplog by Zeus

Puplog by Zeus – age 18wks   Hi everyone, hope you all had a wonderful Valentines Day last week. My dad helped me make my very first Valentine card to give to my lovely mum. Everything went to plan including a large paw print across the card from me. Mum was delighted and gave me a huge hug before displaying it proudly on the fridge door – only thing was, I didn’t realise that she wanted to keep it there. I thought I could take it back and have a game of rip the card up; its such a great […]
13th February 2019

Puplog by Zeus

Puplog by Zeus – age 17wks   What a busy two weeks I’ve had since we last caught up; I know what mum means when she says the weeks just fly by.   New Pals:  I have met a bunch of new friends; in fact one of my favourite play sessions last week was with a Border Collie dog, in Linn Park.  At first, I wasn’t sure if he wanted to play, but I said hello in my usual enthusiastic way, which seemed to go down well, and the next thing we were chasing around all over the place, around […]
1st February 2019

Puplog by Zeus

Puplog by Zeus – age 15 weeks   Hi everyone, just a quick update to let you know what’s been happening over the past week.   Puppy Class:  Classes are going well,  I have met some fantastic new pals; especially a wee Cairn Terrier, we just hit it off straight away.  I jump about and then she does the same, it also seems to entertain the humans as well. Sometimes I lose site of her, then I  find out she in right underneath me.  What I really like best is when we have a game of chase, she is so […]
24th January 2019

Puppy Diary by Zeus

  My puplog by Zeus   German Shepherd Dog – age 14 weeks   Welcome to my page; I hope you have managed to see some of the super exercises that Tracy and Lynn are posting of me on You Tube, for you to try, with your own puppies. My own humans are keen and happy to teach me what I should know; some things I understand and others I don’t, but I’m sure we will get there in the end, they have so much patience when I get it wrong. Now I am trying hard to understand that there […]