Meet Tess

We are delighted that all bar one of Meg's puppies have found good homes on other sheep farms and will fulfil their potential as working collies.

Their new owners have named them Jill, Meg, Chip, Zac, Jack and Hector and they have been collected over the past week, with Meg and Jack being the last to go on Sunday.

Stuart has had good feedback from his fellow farmers when seeing them at the weekly trip to Ashford livestock market. It's lovely to hear  that they've settled into their new homes happily. We were sad to see them go .......but thinking of having an annual get together!

There is one puppy that we have held on to. So now we have little Tess.

Tess the border collie pup

She has has had her first outing in a car - to see 'uncle' ( VET! ). She passed her health check with flying colours, had her vaccination and wormer. She was a little quiet for a couple of days, but is now back to her usual bouncy self.

Her day consists of eating, sleeping, exploring and playing with Meg and Tiggy

Tess has been experiencing the different sights and sounds of farm and countryside. She is gradually gaining in confidence and although a little wary, will now choose to play in a field containing lambs.....she is however not keen on the dark......and as for owls!?!

Tess has become a much loved and very important part of life at Hare Farm, along with her mother Meg and Tiggy, both of whom have their own special parts to play in educating her in the life of a working collie.

Tess in the garden

Written by Annie

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