We lost our dog Beau on September 21st 2010 which left a huge void in our world. I forgot to mention that Beau was also from a dog shelter.
Well it’s been nearly 2 & ½ months since Jezebel came into our family.For all at Shenton park who knew her well, she is now a lot furrier than what she was..no more pig like skin.
Just touching base to let you know I’m doing well and after a week I’m settling into my new home nicely.
Without the very special dog lovers who have supported us over the years, our Home would simply not have been able to survive for over 75 years. So we thought it was about time we acknowledged the people who have remembered us in their will over the years.
He may look big and tough, but on the inside, Ralph is just a big softie. He is an affectionate and big doofus of a dog. Put simply, Ralph is a bit of a marshmallow.
We adopted Ant and re-named her Spud – as she is the couch potato you mentioned on her dossier.
We just wanted to touch base and give you an update on Sarah. Ours is not one but two success stories – just 11 years apart.
Hello everyone. We adopted Axel in May and after a bumpy start (thanks again to everyone) I wanted to let you all know how well Axel is doing and how fantastic it is to have him so settled.
Arthur came to us when only a year old (or thereabouts) a little bit shy at the time.