Post by cottagerescue on May 19, 2009 21:34:21 GMT
Another BIG THANK you to all for giving this happy-go-lucky lady a chance, I think I forgot to tell you about that dangerous HAPPY waggy tail that never stops Jenny.
( I was still closed with injury to my back when she slipped in)
I got a call from Security Guards at a local factory where they had found a near dead collapsed Greyhound type dog that was dying, so I rang Kelly and we both went into Cashel for her, how could anybody leave a dog like this, she had a very sore side where I think she had been kicked and she was dehydrated and sore all over and so very tired and weak, but after a few good feeds she was a happy-go-lucky dog, she was a dream to have here in the rescue, she never caused any trouble only se loved her grub a bit too much.. LOL
Thank you all for the lovely words about Gracie, who is a very lively dog who loves life.
Glad to hear she's still enjoying the bigger breakfast Barney! Ah-the joys of a trip to the seaside. Bound to get her tail in to helicopter mode... Have just returned form an evening seaside trip ourselves where my own crazy Lurcher leapt through the waves while snow fell on the sand. I hope she's as sprightly as Gracie in another few years. Fiona
I must say I have not seen very often a doglet that seems to smile all day long, but it certainly is the case with little Gracie. This is probably due to the fact that she is being spoilt rotten by you, Barney.......... ? ;D
Only two more days to go, little Gracie - you must be getting really excited now!!
Gracie's visit to the coast today might just result in her shortly becoming the newest member of the SLR Kent Contingent . She certainly will if she makes half the impression on her prospective Mum & Dad that she has on me!
Please wish the wee lass well.
Má tá grá agat dom, tabhair grá do mo mhadra. ~ Love me, love my dog.