Gibbs is now 7 months and still growing. Last week, he weighed in at 28 kilos ^^
He’s gorgeously glossy, and really is an incredibly good-natured & intelligent dog. We’ve had only one naughty episode this month – where Gibbs managed to get his nose in a chocolate cake (husband’s fault – you don’t leave chocolate cake on the table when you have a puppy), but I stopped him before he’d had a chance to wolf too much down (chocolate being toxic for dogs). However, after a quick call to vet’s . . . seeing dog weight and portion of cake size eaten, there was nothing to worry about.
Apart from that, he’s been no trouble at all. He’s getting on well with the cats, who no longer run & hide each time they see him . . . and basically, slowly growing out of puppy antics to become a proper adult dog.
He’s not too keen on rides in the car . . . so I decided to try and make things more comfortable. Thought, if he had a “blankie” then car rides might be easier. He has a soft bear that he loves carrying around in his mouth, and takes to bed with him. So I thought he might also grow attached to a blankie.
Quilting is a bit rough & ready (meaning wonky in places) but I don’t think Gibbs is going to complain.
Made using a pack of 4” square prints I received for Christmas, an old cot sheet and some cheap plain blue cotton. It is no doubt destined to be covered in mud & dog hair, I therefore did everything by machine, including the last sewing on binding. Measures approx 44” x 34”.