China’s half a year in a nutshell

We’ve received a big amount of pictures of China and also a letter written by China’s paw (maybe with a little help of her ownerlady). Wish you nice reading!

January

As usualy we hadn’t enjoyed snow in Prague a lot. But if there had been, both girls and China had had fun.

February

The little ownerlady Terezka celebrates her third b-day, so all the people who came to our home are there just because of cuddling me and playing with me. Or not? They didn’t let me to taste the cake, it was said not being for dogs or what…

I’d just found a perfect lair, even with a blanket inside prepared by my girls. I just don’t understand when they call it ‘their tent’.

March

I’m definitely not a dog, I’m a bear. Or not? Three months without grooming became evident. Also biting my hair while boring wasn’t much helpful.

After non-professional grooming hit

It was necessary to cut off some volume before bathing, just because of cleaning the coat to the deep and to be able to brush and comb whole hair from the bottom to the top. Almost noboty noticet that shame, it disappeard in few days. It really doesn’t look the best, but this was made after consulting it with my friend Tereza, who subsequently groomed a nice poodle from China again. She has my big thanks. China had bitten Tereza’s flowerpot instead of thanking her.

Nice again in the garden 😊

April

Resting, don’t disturb…

May

Trip for the Death pond near Jáchymov near Karlovy Vary. 

Give me the blueberry…

Moss pathway posing near Boží Dar.

June

I’m getting dry on sun (brushed and combed😉), it’s just too hot for drying by a dryer. Thanks to it I can enjoy a walk without breathing like being finishing a Marathon run. (And my joy is twice as big because I deslike drying)

Few pictures from grooming.

A non-show posture in brand new clip 😊.

Hunter shelter posing near Kladno during our trip to lookout tower. Pack of girls, dads and two very ‘clean’ dog ladies – labrador girl and our China. 

A lookout tower view from, where China couldn’t climb 😉.