Tag Archive: Cyda

Dec 05

Cyda’s Story

There is a little book available for our younger readers.

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Nov 09

The Miracle of Life – Video

The ever-resourceful Nick from Urban Haze managed to record much of Cyda’s second litter as they were being born. I never cease to marvel in the miracle of life.

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May 31

The Miracle of Life

The ever-resourceful Nick from Urban Haze managed to record much of Cyda’s second litter as they were being born. I never cease to marvel in the miracle of life.

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Apr 01

Video: A litter is born

Cyda is now retired and lives with friends and her brother Ted in Leeds. The ever-resourceful Nick from Urban Haze managed to record much of Cyda’s second litter as they were being born. I never cease to marvel in the miracle of life.

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Feb 01

Cyda’s Story

The ever-resourceful Nick from Urban Haze managed to record much of Cyda’s second litter as they were being born. I never cease to marvel in the miracle of life.

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Nov 24

The Pack Dynamics have changed – update

By allowing Honey to have a litter of puppies, we elevated her to Alpha bitch status. This deposed Cyda and led to some serious rivalry. My friend Katie, who is a behaviorist, called round yesterday. Here is what happened.

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Nov 20

The Pack Dynamics have changed

Cyda … was not happy when Honey was elevated to that status and has been quite aggressive towards Honey.

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Sep 13

Affordable Artwork

Chris is truly talented, working not only in oils, but in pencil sketches which seem to catch the very essence of his subject.

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Jun 18

It’s been a while since we had puppies …

Cyda’s second litter was born on Easter Sunday 2012. Toby was the father to 6 gorgeous babies. The ever-resourceful Nick from Urban Haze managed to record much of Cyda’s second litter as they were being born. I never cease to marvel in the miracle of life.

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Mar 18

Cyda is in Season

Cyda is now in season. We have decided not to mate her this time (one litter at a time is plenty to cope with, and Skully has been mated already). Her next season is in 6 months time (September), so we’ll try then.

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