Saturday, 21 January 2012

This bed is winding me up, and you laughing is NOT helping

Unfortunately I missed the funniest bit later on, she got lost under her bedding
and wandered round like a strange furry grumbling turtle. 
She found her way out eventually

Best thing to do with a piggy shaped ball? Shake it and smack yourself in the head (apparently)

Lola's favourite place to sleep... on you

I hope she doesn't make a habit of this when she's older... or watching tv is gonna be difficult!

9 Weeks

More Naptime!

She has some interesting sleeping positions....

Lola likes to sleep in the most awkward of positions/places, problem is, she's a bit of a turtle when shes on her back, so it takes her a while to get up! 

Bottom Right: Taking a nap after playing with Lulu and Bella at nannys.

First day home

When we bought her home we soon found out that Lola love's a cuddle


 These pictures are from when she was only 7 weeks old.. she still loves cuddles now at nearly 10 weeks and she's already giving us dead legs!

How we found Lola

Originally I planned on getting myself a small dog later on this year, this decision was based on having our lovely Dobermann Maya previously, and thinking perhaps a dog with shorter legs would be a good idea, so that we wouldnt have to worry about our food getting stolen again. you've probably guessed already, that plan didn't last! 
My Mother really liked the idea of getting another dog, so she started look on the net to research breeds, when she found a litter of Great Dane X Mastiff puppies, only 15 mins down the road...we went to visit them and well... the small dog plan went well and truly out the window!
They were all beautiful puppies but Lola just had so much character, and has such a pretty face, and that was it, I couldn't say no . I knew it was a crazy decision, but I still didn't expect how challenging a (very large!) Puppy could be.. but she's lovely when she's sleeping....


Our first Pictures of Lola at the Breeders