When I read your other post about my three little fosterer's, I took one look at Annie, and I thought to myself she looks like Barneys kind of dog I bet she wont be going anywhere, go for it Barney. It wont take you long to fall in love with her, we shall all be watching with interest.
she may be a "shite"jenny , just look at that face it will melt your heart, counter surfin is a good thing because it makes you have a very tidy kitchen,bin raiding not so good, your for ever washing the floor.
Post by Celtic Animal Life Line on Mar 4, 2008 15:50:21 GMT
Oh gentle Annie you look the biz !!! Great news Barney I'll pass all this thread onto Brigid as she has no internet access - and no computer.
Yep, 32 dogs and Brigid in a one room cottage on top of the hills in Wicklow. She is an enigma - Brigid has always taken in the "throw-away" dogs here - collies, lurchers, GH's - problem is they tend to stay a long time so we are helping her with postings of dogs etc.
Barney, she's not a Wicklow lass - Brigid is from Ballymena, Northern Ireland and it's hilarious when she's on the phone - "shite" is a term of endearment
She told me about Annie a while back and then I thought....hmmmmm- I wonder if SLR could help
If you become a failed fosterer and I am rapidly thinking you already are just that, I believe you have a big honeybun with Ms.Annie - I met her for the first time yesterday on route to transport and I could see she was a cheeky imp - so is Brigid ;D -
Living with her in the cottage is an assortment of collies, lurchers, 2 GSDs and enormous Rottie, a Staffie and many other non-descripts - they all get on together and all are highly socialised. Poor Brigid has quite a job getting into bed as there is usually a large assortment of dogs on her bed !!!
I wish the lovely Annie a wonderful life and look forward to the updates.
Once again - many thanks Barney, Jenny and all at SLR