Zipper has been with us since August 09 now, the last time we wrote she had only been here 6 weeks. She is doing fab - no problems at all.
Hi there, it's Cupcake the Pomeranian here. I just thought that I’d drop you a line or two as you were all so kind to me while I was a guest at your home.
Happy New Year to all at the Dogs Home, just to let you know how well Jack has settled in with us. He has a new best friend named Tessa. They love their walks and their chicken frames and are never far from each other's side.
What can we say about our boy Axel? Everyone at the Dogs’ Refuge Home knows him and we are, quite frankly, too used to seeing him around. Sometimes we get so accustomed to seeing a particular dog, especially if there have been no incidents calling that dog to our attention. We then forget to wonder why it’s taken so long to find them the home they deserve, and have been waiting for so patiently!
I would like to tell you about our dog, Dudley, who passed away just before Christmas. We got him from Shenton Park Dog Refuge almost eight years ago. He picked us out on our first visit and made a big effort to charm us, wagging his tail and eagerly grabbing treats from our hands.
Helloooo there, it's Misty here, and I didn't change my name after I left. I know it's been a while and I should have been in touch earlier but even though you were all nice to me, I didn't really enjoy my stay. I know I didn't show you my true nature, and I'm sorry I was grumpy and just a tiny bit aggressive with the other guests, but that's all behind me and I'm very calm and confident these days and more than happy to chat with the other dogs in the dog park and even share my home with visiting dogs of all sizes.
Dear Friends at the Shenton Park Dogs' Refuge Home, this is Charlie (formerly Chanel), I am writing to update you on the whereabouts and goings on in my life now that I have left the Dogs' Home. Since moving in with my new boyfriend, Sammy and his family, I have done many exciting things!
Dehydration and exposure to extreme temperatures can be lethal. Since our four-legged friends can't sweat they are much less efficient than we are at cooling down. Add to that a permanent fur coat and you can see that even mild days can be uncomfortably warm for dogs. It is best to leave your pet at home while running errands in your car during the summer months. Dogs with short snouts such as Pugs, Bulldogs, Rottweilers, or Pekingese have a harder time staying cool.
Hi everyone, just wanted to let you know that Sweet Pea is settling well into her new home. She has been very well behaved, very calm and seems to have taken to her new environment. Sweet Pea is already training us to give her treats when she is good, but we'll get ourselves to Dog Owner Training Classes soon in order to correct our poor behaviours!