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06 Sep

Louis the kitchen fitter

The work in the kitchen continues and we’re getting closer to the end of the project.

Louis has been a constant “help” throughout the exercise.

His forté is with the unpacking of all the elements of the kitchen (and there must have been a coupla hundred packages for even our small kitchen) so I took a picture of him in action.

Louis trying to unpack a cupboard door; luckily the door's already out and he doesn't know it.

Louis trying to unpack a cupboard door; luckily the door's already out and he doesn't know it.

He does this with all the packaging. He only gets involved after the event as he is usually slobbing on the sofa surfing the tv channels but you know he’s decided to help when you hear the scrabbling sounds of his paws.

2 comments to Louis the kitchen fitter

  • steve hattersley

    hi sue, it’s steve with diesel who louis 1st bred with, we lost all contact details for you but we kept 1 bitch in the end called atilla (tilly) and her sister the other 1 we were going to keep lives just down the road. both have made great dogs and are as soft and as daft as brushes. tilly is very protective over joshua who is 15mths old now. steve

  • suzy

    Hi, great to hear from you. Sounds like you have a new edition – congratulations. Louis is as entertaining as usual, keeping us on our toes. It’s really good to hear the girls are like their mum, well behaved and cuddly. Louis’ still a work in progress, enjoying walks and play, still not your typical cuddly dog, but he has improved and will come for a head rub now and then. We still have to tempt him with food for a cuddle on the sofa.

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