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Digby and I adopted Maggie (aka Flossy) in May 2012.
Hi three months ago not long after my beloved Roxy died I decided it was tim for a new dog, so I decided to adopt a dog.
Hello. We just thought we would send you a little update on how we are doing. I (Bear) spent some time at the dog’s refuge in August 2010 until I was picked up by my new mum and dad – Alex and Emma. Six months later they took me back up to try and meet a new friend – life can get pretty boring on your own. After 5 meets and greets in February 2011, we chose Hazel (or did she choose us? – whichever it was, we both had to go and have a bath before the refuge helpers would let us go home!).
We adopted Simon on 8th April. When he first arrived, it took a few weeks for his confidence to grow. He constantly had a worried look on his face. We tried many things to get him to play or chew bones but he didn't seem to know what to do with them. He behaved much much older than his two years. However, it's amazing what a bit of time and reassurance can do because you wouldn't recognise that same dog now!
Hi, I'm Memphis and I'm so glad my mums saw me at the Refuge.
We went to the Dog’s home on the 17th June looking for a pet since we had recently lost our beloved Monty, a Westie.
Riley (aka Milk) is such a surprise, he was barking at other dogs at the Refuge and a nervous wreck just about everything.
I wanted to let everyone at the refuge know that Emmett is doing really well.
Hi! I’m Spot and I live with my mum, Dot. She spotted me at the refuge where I used to live. I think she took a liking to me, and after a while she started taking home for sleepovers. I was the perfect guest and not long after, she decided that I could with her forever.
It's been a three weeks since we adopted Orbit and I just want to let you know how he's doing.