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HI Jo,
Thanks for the update on abbie,bet you did have trouble trying to keep her quite,
wrap and babies are doing well,have attached a picture of the litter all together at 5 wks old. the white boy is put some on the website over the weekend.
warmest regards
Richard & Denise,

Hi Jo, Trevor and Abbie,
hope you all are well,as promised here are the pictures of the babies at 7wks old.
warmest Regards
Richard & Denise.
you can also see pictures of them on richards facebook page,richardhmaeer

Thanks for puppy pictures, my favourite is the big white boy, he reminded me of our dear departed white friend. "Ozzy" who was the biggest loveable boxer ever. Abbie had a visit to the vet yesterday for routine injections and general health check. She was fine, And all well after her op. She was a very good girl at the surgery, Roger, the vet, sat down on the floor to give her a cuddle , for being good!
We have had some nice weather here, so had some trips to the coast, Abbie loves to play on the beach,but Trevor had to put her on the lead one day because there were lots of seals about.Hope you are both well,
have the new babies all found good homes?
Our vet tells us 3 boxer breeders have given up here in Norfolk, due to docking ban.
Best wishes to all, Jo.

Hello , how are you all doing? Abbie has been with us a year now and she seems very happy.
We have just had a good holiday in the Lake District with lovely weather and Abbie enjoyed lovely walks by the Lake and playing in the woods. I think she preferred cruising on Lake Windermere to the Irish Ferry!
She didn't go swimming in the lake or even paddling, like all the other dogs, but was happy just to run around on the shore. Everywhere in Cumbria was very dog friendly and as usual she was welcomed in the pubs and made a fuss of.
With all good wishes, Trevor, Jo and Abbie.

Abbie and the Miller family send their very best wishes to her family and friends in Ireland.
Hope you have had a good year and have a really good time at Christmas. Will Santa bring you a new van? We heard you've had bother with your van.and had to miss out on some shows. Abbie looks concerned about the whereabouts of the treats in the picture, but soon perked up when some appeared for her. She had a great time walking in the Lake District in September, and we will going for a week in Cornwall in March, as she loves the beach and is so happy running free and travels well in the car. I flew to Dublin for a few days in the summer, with a friend, went to the Wafa Show at the RDS and had a great time at a Shindig at the Jameson Brewery,but no chance to see you, perhaps next time.I will have to persuade Trevor to brave the ferry and bring the car over with Abbie so you can see the lovely girl.
With all good wishes, Abbie, Jo & Trevor.

Hi Abbie, Jo and Trevor,
Wonderful to hear from you, we do so love the letters you send us.
We all over here Hope that you all had a wonderful christmas with lots of presents and a very Happy New year.
we saw the lovely pictures of you enjoying your holiday in the Lake District, you really are a very lucky girl,
We all hope that you enjoy your time in cornwall, you will be passing where your dad (Richard) come's from he was born and lived near sidmouth, devon,you are so spoilt to be taken to all these lovely places to be able to play and run on the beach, do you swim in the sea like your Uncle Thunder, he loves the water
bet you had a lovely time unwrapping all you christmas presents that Jo and Trevor must have got Santa to bring you, your mum and family over here enjoyed all their's and their Turkey that they had for christmas dinner.
The van is back on the road (I swear that it only brakes down when we really need it to be running) but all is ok, we wish Santa would bring us a nice new van but some hope, still we can always ask every year.
we are off next tuesday to the UK, we have a Ch show at peterborough on thursday and then heading back on the friday morning, so a quick trip.
We are not to bad, Richard is still waiting to go to cork hospital for the scan on his back, His cancer is no worse (thank god) so the check-up's will continue every 6 months, but he has a lot of pain in his joints all over his body so the doctor is going to refer him to a clinic for a complete check up.
we had a busy christmas and new year with friends visting, it was great to all be in one place at the same time, and to have a good laugh, of course we all eat to much and drunk way to much but its only once a to you soon,
So Jo's been to Ireland and not come to see us, Shame on, Dublin is a lovely city with so much to do, you need weeks to just get to see most of it, Richard said at least you had your priorities right and went to the Jamerson Factory, The shindigs are just so much fun and the music and tales that they tell are spellbinding, so very glad that you enjoyed the Irish hospitality as only the Irish know how.
Tell Jo that she really must twist Trevor's arm and get him to copme to Ireland, your mum and US Humans would love to see what a beautiful Girl you have grown into.
warmest regards
Richard and Denise.

Hi Jo,
Thanks for the text, it would be lovely to see you all esp Abbie,we are staying at the Days Inn, Welcome Break Services J17 / A1 M on wednesday,evening, we should be there by 2pm, so if you fancy a trip that would be great, you have out ph numbers, but just in case richard's is 00353879554401 or our english ph number is 07879610919,
warmest regards
Richard & Denise.

Good morning to you all in Ireland, it was great to see you all and hope you are recovered from the trip.
Was it worth the journey? We arrived back in Norwich at 7pm and Abbie was very patient waiting for her meal , she is such a good girl in the car.. Will you be going to Crufts, if so what day , as I will try to get there this year. Above is picture of Abbie and Rigsby after a tiring day!
All good wishes, Jo.

Good Morning Jo,Trevor & Abbie.
It was lovely to see you all, abbie has grown into such a beautiful girl, a real credit to you both. she always has enjoyed car journeys, one of the good things about being shown they get to travel a lot,
We were placed 2nd in Open Bitch with Annie (leonberger) and Called back in for the Reserve Challenge Certificate, so very pleased with her, Annie now has her stud book number so is crufts qualified for life, so yes we will be at the leonberger ring for Crufts this year, Inya did us proud as well. she won Puppy Bitch and Best Puppy in Breed, this qualified her for crufts as well. but she is docked so cannot go, ,
Flint was a very good boy and was placed 3rd in Puppy dog, so a very worthwhile trip for us and the gang,
On the downside, our ferry was cancelled twice, it was a good job we managed to get the sunday morning ferry as the next 2 days (monday & Tuesday ferries were cancelled as well) the journey was awful. Irish ferries was 2 hrs late leaving the dock, They also gave everyone a free cabin as it was not safe to be walking about on board and the journey took over 6hrs, normally takes 3hours and 45 we arrived home 31 hours late.
Just hope the journey in March will be better. come and find us it will be good to see you again.
Warmest regards
Richard & Denise.

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