Two Crazy Cockers - Formally known as Badger Boo's Daft Adventures. When we lost Badger Boo in August 2015 my heart broke and I lost the will to blog without him. I needed a little time off but I never intended to take so much time off. I soon realised when I came back that I needed to change my blogging style, keep things more relevant and cover more subjects. So here we are ready to share everything the dogs get up too, the ups and downs since my mum's stroke, plus the odd product review
For several years now mummy has been trying to track down my breeder, she moved house and every year she sends us a Christmas Card but never ever puts her address **shakes head at hoomans daftness**
Well I has some good news, we has found her!
Mummy was clearing out a cupboard and found a very old card with an address and phone number on it. Onto the phone she got and it was her, it was Sabine my breeder and they talked for ages!
What a wonderful Christmas present for me, too find out that all my siblings are alive and well. Soon I will get to see some pictures of them all, and hopefully we will all get a chance to meet up again as I haven't seen them for many years.
It will be the greatest "Old Dog, Puppy Pawty" ever (we are all 11 years young now), sadly my birth mummy won't be there, as she crossed the Rainbow Bridge earlier this year which I was sad to hear, but crikey 15 years young was a great age to get too.
As the Old Year draws to a close and the New Year draws closer, my thoughts turn to all the pups that were given as presents at Christmas, and will sadly be too much for their new owners, and get dumped into an already overflowing Rescue system come January.
How very sad for them, not to have the great start in life that most of us get, hopefully they will find new forever homes very soon.
I hear a whisper at home that mummy is thinking of getting another dog now she isn't working. She has a passion for older dogs, as pups are far too energetic for her nowadays with here dodgy knee's.
So it's paws crossed that I may soon have a new friend to accompany me on my Daft Adventures.