Viewing entries tagged with 'Success'
We've only had her three weeks ... and thank you so much for Gillie ... she is too good to be true. We have discovered bit by bit how well trained she is - she sits, shakes paws, stays, has been fine off leash for short runs and we discovered today she won't take her food until you tell her! Unbelievable.
Just a quick update, we are both very happy in our homes. We are dearly loved and spoilt and we are enjoying all the home comforts that our owners enjoy. May all our doggie friends find good homes especially in the winter months as we don't like getting our paws wet and the thunder is quite daunting.
Thank you so much for landing us with our cheeky boy! We have had Cisco since February last year and even though his ability to chew up every bed we throw at him, we love him to bits!!!
I thought it was time to send an update on our beautiful Staffy X Britt. We adopted Britt in May 2010 and have never regretted it. When we first met Britt she was about 15 months old, and staff at the refuge told us she was extremely depressed as her litter of pups had just died and she was not happy in the refuge environment.
I just wanted to give you an update on one of your adopted friends! Pippa, or Peppa has she was known in the short time spent with you all at Shenton Park, has settled into her new life wonderfully!
We adopted Oakley in November at 7 months old, making this Sunday his (our best guess) birthday!
While many of you volunteers may not have met Boris (I fostered and adopted him shortly after his arrival) I wanted to write this in the hope that somebody looking for a dog will read this and realise how much the older dogs have to offer.
I was lucky enough to go to a new forever home just in time to start the New Year in 2012. My name was Tilly, but my new Mum and Dad changed it to Chilli straight away and I love it when they call me "Chilli Dog!"
Here is a long overdue note about Carly and Cassie Shannon....they have happily settled in their new home.
Hi to everybody at Shenton Park! This is a late, but very big hi from Hamish!