We picked Robbie up at just before 1 p.m. today and immdiately knew he was an adorable lurcher lad. Just 3 years old he has a temperament to die for. He travelled so silently home and nown and again looked over the back of the parcel shelf to look at us.
He met the girlies, and apart from Elly growling at him was accepted immediatley. He and Megan have had such fun playing today.
We took him to a local rescue show and he met so many dogs, and wagged and wagged. He is a cuddlemonster. Robbie has no baggage, just a yerning to have some love and attention. He is house trained and sat patiently with all four girlies waiting for his dinner. ;D
What can I say, he is absolutely adorable. But I have four..... already..... Jules and John and Viv, and alicia met him today.... Wasn't he a star all?...... But I have four........
We would ideally like him to go to a home with another dog, male or female. He is quite submissive and non-confrontist. He has been quite lonely and alone, not mistreated in any way, but just alone, so someone around most of the time please. He deserves to have the best, and he will only be going to the best.
Such a lovely dog from hour one I have never met. ;D
Robbie will be sleeping upstairs tonight, and spoilt rotten. He deserves it ;D Here he is when we picked him up.
Hmm. he soon fitted in. ;D
And got the prime fire position near hisnew mate Megan.
To Ruth and Richard and Toby, don't worry he will get the best home I can possibly get him. Don't worry, he is having a holiday ;D
Hi any chance of a home check for this dog please as no one has come back to us in the past regarding one. My other half is really intersted in this dog and would be willing to give him a loving home before christmas.
Robbie slept upstairs on the Tilly sofa last night. Not a peep. Just a little snoring. And when Michael got up earlier in the morning he found Robbie and Megan curled up on the sofa asleep together. Ah! bless!
He went with the girlies to Pishiobury this morning. Met all the local dogs we meet and was a little star, again wagging for England. He has the patience of a saint. "Is it dinner now please"?