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Introducing... Charley-Weasels!

Post by emmabeth » Thu Jan 11, 2018 2:25 pm

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IF these work... This is Charley-Weasels, pedigree Saluki from Fernlark and Sotazsu lines, who arrived as a bit of a surprise just when we thought we might start looking for something pointy shaped, after losing Dillydog last summer to cancer. She's a private rehome with papers, and an absolute smasher and total diva and bonkers lunatic.

She and Tatty get on super well possibly TOO well, as they rarely stop playing! We have to keep an eye on that and ensure it doesn't go too far.

Kelda thinks she is DREADFUL which is what Kelda thinks about ALL puppies til they hita bout 2 years old, Errol is indifferent and Womble thinks shes weird and annoying.

She thinks Womble is DREAMY and wants to follow him about, riding pillion on his motorbike, smoke his cigarettes and wear his leather jacket. He doesn't really know she exists of course. He is The Fonz to her, and she is nobody to him!
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Post by Lotsaquestions » Thu Jan 11, 2018 3:43 pm

She is BEAUTIFUL.

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Post by DianeLDL » Thu Jan 11, 2018 4:11 pm

Emmabeth,

She’s adorable! I love the top photo. Sandy doex that too, & one night we went in to where he sleeps & he was sleeping win his back with all paws in the air like Charley-Weasels.

Now, how did she get that name? :D Charlie-Weasels.
It must mean something.

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Post by Shalista » Thu Jan 11, 2018 6:50 pm

oh wow i think im in love :oops: :oops: :oops:
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Post by MPbandmom » Thu Jan 11, 2018 7:46 pm

She looks like she has a lot of spuk. Very pretty :D
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Post by JudyN » Fri Jan 12, 2018 3:10 am

Such a beautiful elegant princess Image
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Post by Nettle » Fri Jan 12, 2018 5:09 am

Aaaaah, saluki puppy!!!! I am in lerve.

Despite knowing exactly what they are like............ :wink:

Is that the name she arrived with, or the Chateau Emmabeth name?
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Post by emmabeth » Fri Jan 12, 2018 8:49 am

The name she arrived with is Breaking The Law - she has no affix as the breeders affix had lapsed (I didnt even know you could do that but you can), she should have been Sotazsu Breaking The Law.

Her FULL name is Charley Brown Weasels King Henry...... Charley Brown for the cartoon character (being a cartoonist... and Tatty is from another cartoon, the Perishers which no one bar maybe Nettle will remember, Tatty Oldbitt the Sailors Friend) and for the cartoonist Charles Shulz, and Weasels King Henry is a silly family joke (Ottery St Mary... a funny placename) and I like to take the widdle out of silly pedigree names!

Also try calling Weasels loudly in a high pitched puppy recall voice.. its good, its loud, it carries a LONG way and is hard to make it sound angry!

And it was a LONG drive from Preston back to Worcester!


She earned herself, or rather ME, soem FILTHY looks in Caffe Nero yesterday - making RIDICULOUS saluki baby noises (now I know where Womble gets it from!!!), yowling and grunting and snorting and more YOWLING (its a kind of yawny howly thing) because she wasn't allowed to go and snot all over the cake display or snog an ancient labrador. It sounded like I was torturing her! My protestations 'shes just bored and annoyed' fell on deaf ears, I am apparently SO CRUEL...... lol!
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Post by Erica » Fri Jan 12, 2018 10:38 am

Weasels King Henry is a good goof! I miss those magnificent men in their (barely) flying machine. Didn't know that's where the Weasels of Charley-Weasels came from but it's even better now that I do. I love all the pictures of this little Weasel and am excited to see her growing up!
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Post by Suzette » Fri Jan 12, 2018 1:15 pm

What a beauty!!
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Post by jacksdad » Sat Jan 13, 2018 12:34 am

emmabeth wrote:
Thu Jan 11, 2018 2:25 pm
... after losing Dillydog last summer to cancer. ....
Wow I got out of touch. I am sorry to hear about Dillydog.
emmabeth wrote:
Thu Jan 11, 2018 2:25 pm
She thinks Womble is DREAMY and wants to follow him about, riding pillion on his motorbike, smoke his cigarettes and wear his leather jacket. He doesn't really know she exists of course. He is The Fonz to her, and she is nobody to him!
LOL. I remember when you got Womble and now he is the mature one....wow

She is a very good looking pup. looks to be a handful, spirited and fun. just the way you seem to like them.

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Post by Nettle » Sat Jan 13, 2018 5:11 am

Oh yes - I remember The Perishers and Tatty Oldbitt :lol: and I've been to Ottery St. Mary too.

Most of all, I know those saluki yowly howly yawny grizzles.

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Post by JudyN » Sat Jan 13, 2018 7:26 am

How's recall training going? I long for a saluki, but worry I'll be frustrated by their habit of recalling to 6' away from you and then doing that saluki dance to stop you getting them on lead :lol:
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Post by emmabeth » Sat Jan 13, 2018 10:26 am

Good at present...... however we have not been truly off lead anywhere exciting, only around dogs that will also recall! I am hoping the idea that its possible to NOT recall will simply never occur to her!
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