Baby Kiri grows into an entertainer

Posted by Nerilie Watson on 12 April 2010 | 6 Comments


I thought I would flick you an email and just update you on our Charlie whom we adopted from you back in January when she was 8-10 weeks old. Her name was Kiri whilst she was at Shenton Park.

Kiri ready to pounce


She is now 5-6 months old and a very affectionate and thoroughly entertaining little girl. She loves going for walks/runs, swimming the length of the local lakes, and has just discovered that chasing a tennis ball is the most entertaining thing that a little dog could do.

Kiri fresh out of the shower

I have attached a picture of her after we tortured her with a nice warm shower after we went to the beach a few weeks back…poor little bugger loves to swim but hates having a bath/shower….

She is a beautiful little faithful friend and a very welcome addition to our household.

Wriggling Kiri


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  • Hi there - We are Red's parents. You posted that you think you may have his sister? We'd love to chat. My email is Red is an awesome dog and we love him to bits! he sleeps in a J like your Charlie!

    Posted by Cindy, 23/05/2011 9:39pm (7 years ago)

  • Hello Miranda,
    Can you please contact me at paul.swanson if you have her sister?
    Thanks in advance.

    Posted by Paul Swanson, 20/08/2010 12:03pm (8 years ago)

  • She is gorgeous, I think we have her sister, they look identical. I hope shes going well for you. Our girl podge sleeps the exact same way.

    Posted by Miranda , 26/05/2010 4:10pm (8 years ago)

  • How gorgeous does Charlie look wrapped in her green towel.

    Posted by Leah McConkey, 21/04/2010 10:32am (9 years ago)

  • Kiri is so cute.
    What a lucky girl to be adopted and given a loving home.

    Posted by Iris Lennon, 15/04/2010 1:02pm (9 years ago)

  • Thanks - The above pic of her on on the pink blanket is actually how she sleeps. Very unlady like but worth a laugh

    Posted by Paul Swanson, 13/04/2010 11:40pm (9 years ago)

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