Mosh slots right into family life

Posted by Nerilie Watson on 11 September 2012 | 5 Comments


My name is Alana Jones and I am just writing to let you know how our girl is going that we adopted from you about 4-5 months ago.


Her name was Moss but we have changed it to Mosh and she has slotted in with our little family just perfect. Her temperament is everything you said it would be and she is  just a delight. Had a few run ins with the cat but once he beat her up a few times she learnt who was boss :) 

My 2 yr old son and her are just best friends they play together all day. The only incident we have had is when they both dug their way into the neighbours yard , and I found my son and Mosh having a play with the dog next door so nothing major. She is a very clever dog and has been very easy to train and just couldnt imagine being without her now, she is just a little (sorry big) honey. I look forward to bringing her back for a visit .

Many Thanks and Kind Regards


Alana Jones & Miss Mosh

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  • aw moshie! so glad she is happy and you are too. I use to use her for dog bath training cos she just stood there and let me bath her. such a lovely (and tolerant) girl.

    Posted by Nat Spooner, 16/09/2012 7:59pm (6 years ago)

  • So lovely for your little boy to grow up with Mosh as his constant playmate! He will always have happy memories of his first dog!

    Posted by shan, 14/09/2012 7:52pm (6 years ago)

  • I recall Mosh (Moss) and am so happy for you all. Thanks for letting us know.

    Posted by Linda Mort, 12/09/2012 10:08pm (6 years ago)

  • what a beautiful story and a beautiful sight to see her protecting your son.

    Posted by dot weary (volunteer), 12/09/2012 7:01pm (6 years ago)

  • I remember Mosh (nee Moss) with great fondness. For such a big girl, she was always so calm and gentle. Hence, I was so happy to read your posting of how she is going. It sure looks like she has found the best family she could wish for, and I am sure the cat will also come to love her, in time.

    Posted by Terri Vincent, 12/09/2012 10:27am (6 years ago)

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