A nice lazy Saturday morning with Lucy, Honey and family.
Honey came home with us yesterday and was reunited with her mom, Lucy. It was a sweet moment for them and our family. For the first time since we lost Bolt and Peri this year, our home feels whole again. The foundation is set for Bluecairo Frenchies. Our first litter should be born in the first half of 2021.
Lucy came home with us yesterday. She’s such a blessing. Such a sweet spirit. She already feels like part of our family. We’ll get her puppy, Honey, in 3 weeks. We hope Honey has the same type of calm, submissive energy as Lucy.
We visited Lucy and Honey today. This was the first time we could see, touch and experience Honey, and we are very pleased. Lucy is healthy and doing well. She is so sweet and has calm, submissive energy. Her daughter, Honey, is just like her. We’ll be able to bring Lucy home with us on October 3rd with Honey to follow late October. Here are some pictures.
August 28, 2020. Lucy had a litter of three puppies, all females. Sadly, one puppy was born with a cleft palate and had to be put down. Honey is a beautiful blue fawn merel pied with colored ears. We are very grateful for Barbara Lockwood’s generosity in giving us the pick of the litter. We are also grateful for Lucy and Johnny for giving us the start of Bluecairo Frenchies.
Lucy had to deliver by C-section because one puppy was very large. She’s is doing well and may be coming home with us when we bring Honey home. Fingers crossed. Barbara is unsure if she’ll breed Lucy one more time, but is leaning towards letting us adopt Lucy now.