Amelia is a little girl with loads of meaning for us, as all
being ok she will be our first breeding queen. She
joined us on the 30-06-07 and we couldn't be more
pleased with this lovely baby.
After see the quality of Enya and
I was very clear in my mind that I wanted a sister of
them for my first queen and the dream just
She is very promising and lovely in temperament so we
can't wait to see how she develops. In the mean time we
just enjoy watching this little express train running
around and making comparisons to who she looks like.
She has settled here incredibly well, and her big
sisters, "uncle" and "aunties" absolutely love her. She
is particularly fond of Enya and constantly follows her
everywhere. Every time Enya is around you could say that
"it's me and my shadow". Enya has took her under her
paw extremely well and washes her and plays with her
like she knows they are family.
Time soon goes by and Amelia had her first litter on the
24th-May-2008 and her
on the 19-May-2009 and on the 13th of April 2010 she
gave birth to her last
due to some minor complications and a C-section we
choose have her neutered as she is first and foremost our
beloved pet. She has proved herself an extraordinarily
good mummy and we feel especially fortunate to have such
a beautiful foundation queen with a lovely temperament
and pedigree. She is all we could have wished for and we
are so proud of her babies.
Thank you again Firoza and Na'il Davies for allowing us
to have yet another beautiful girl.
HCM Normal 2008 and 2013
GSD IV Normal
FELV/FIV Neg. FCV/FHV Neg
AMELIA AND HER HAIRBALL STORY
Four weeks after giving birth to her 1st litter ( June
2008) Amelia was very poorly and for a start nobody knew
the cause because nothing was showing in any test. Our
vets treated her the best they could but it came to the
point that they couldn't find the cause of the problem,
and we didn't have time on our side to wait for more
results so she was sent to Davies veterinary specialist
hospital (Hertfordshire), and spent a whole day there,
where they did a huge list of tests and ultrasounds.
In July after being back from Davies she vomited an
incredibly huge fur ball that surely can go into the
Guinness record book, and even our vets have said that it
was the biggest furr ball they had ever seen, and has
caused much amazement amongst them all ;-).
Thank goodness after that she picked up immensely. We
really thought we were going to lose her.
All her tests have come back negative and normal so
hopefully even if she was a bit undignified because they
got carried away with the shaving and completely lost
her lovely condition, she is now back to herself,
recovering from the blockage caused by the huge fur
ball that almost killed her.
We feel really happy she is getting there and we can leave
behind that horrible month.
IC GB*Tuulikki Luonnotar
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