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I’ve been collecting lots of pics & videos of our gorgeous Toby and been meaning to send to you for a while, but as there are so many of them my computer crashes every time I try to load them! So here are a few in the meantime.
After going through the pain of euthanizing our last dog Jack (A Dalmatian cross German Short Haired Pointer that we had for 15 years) the family wanted to find a way to help the canine community as a whole.
I'd like you to know that Buddy (the Staffy) is very happy in his new home.
After being adopted in June, Sammy developed some soreness in her hips and her owner contacted us to see if we could advise on diagnosis and treatment. Working closely with our friends at Subiaco Vets, Sammy was bought to Perth where she was examined and placed on a course of anti-inflammatories. She’s now back with her owner on their farm in Jurien Bay, north of Perth, where she spends her days shadowing Bill and romping around the property.
We were asked to let you know how Noodle was going after the adoption. First of all we decided to keep his name because it really did suit him, well him and his brother (adopted also but older) are great friends and love nothing better to run around the yard playing.
Firstly we'd like to apologize for the delayed update of Boris, we have been meaning to write in but time does fly! So here it is! We adopted Boris almost 9 months ago and he has been a great addition to our family. He is a super relaxed dog with a very big heart. He's definitely a character and loves to play with his toys or go for a run around the block or even just romping around the local park.
We adopted Buddy/Fudge about three weeks ago, just to let you all know he is doing great he has really fitted in to our home and made us a Family. The first few days he was really quiet and stuck to us like glue but he is really coming out of his shell now that he has worked out this is home.
I keep getting emails from the home from other new owners updating how their pooches are going, so I just have to share my Rosanna news as well because I am such a proud mother.
We had not had a dog for just over a year since our dearly loved Jedda had died the previous June. By the time we felt we were ready to start again, one of our cats was declining with kidney failure and we didn’t want to inflict a pup on her while she wasn’t well. Sooty cat finally passed on about three weeks ago and we all felt the time was right to give a dog a good home.
I left you about 3 weeks ago as a Stella but just letting you know that I prefer to be called Lilly these days.