Mitchell the big sook

Posted by Nerilie Watson on 7 October 2012 | 5 Comments


Mitchell was first fostered a few months ago and adopted shortly after, he is nothing like the dog i initially brought back from the home, Mitchell was a bit naughty the first couple weeks he was settling into his new home, he enjoyed chewing up his beds, blankets and anything else left accidentally lying around and also enjoyed a bit of gardening!! It’s lucky he loves treats as much he does, he soon enough learnt to grow out of the naughty habits!


Mitchell doesn’t realise his size and barges his way in everywhere! He has a spot at the end of my bed at night and somehow manages to snuggle his way by the morning!! All his hair has grown back on his tummy from the tests he had while in the home, he is looking fit happy & healthy!

I was a bit worried at first to socialise Mitch with other dogs, but was surprised at how he good is, even off the leash! Mitch loves playing down at the beach with the other dogs he has a beautiful nature and wouldn’t hurt a fly,

Mitch is definitely a mate for life adopting him was definitely the right decision, It’s amazing what a good home and lots of love can do, he’s come along way and has won the hearts of everyone he meets!

You guys do an amazing job!

Kristina & The big bear Mitchell xx




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  • People like you are "animal angels"
    Thanks for putting the time in to help Mitchell realize what a family really is.

    Posted by Jackie, 17/10/2012 8:28am (6 years ago)

  • Oh I love Mitchell, such a gentle giant. Thank you for giving him his forever home :)

    Posted by Liz, 13/10/2012 5:21pm (6 years ago)

  • Mitchell was an absolute delight! Such a big, strong boy who made me laugh because I remember him chewing so intently on a very small treat. Am so glad you adopted this gentle hearted giant.

    Posted by Serina, 08/10/2012 10:04pm (6 years ago)

  • Go Mitchell & Mum Kristina!! It's amazing what a little TLC - Treats/training, Love & Commitment, can do :).

    Posted by GPath, 08/10/2012 11:07am (6 years ago)

  • Fantastic. Thanks

    Posted by Ali, 07/10/2012 9:28pm (6 years ago)

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