your not wrong there barney, had annie have come through our front door we would have failed with her as well, it was lovely having a guest over for a couple of hours today,although lenny was a bit put out that she would'nt play with him ,so he started a game of raaaaraaaing and chase with rosie,she was'nt impressed at there noisyness and came and sat with me on the settee for a snuggle which is what she does best as you know, see you tomorrow.
it was lovely having a guest over for a couple of hours today,although lenny was a bit put out that she would'nt play with him ,so he started a game of raaaaraaaing and chase with rosie,she was'nt impressed at there noisyness and came and sat with me on the settee for a snuggle which is what she does best as you know,
In case of confusion, (& I confess that confusion appears to be my normal state! ), the above refers to Bonnie, not Willow!
Má tá grá agat dom, tabhair grá do mo mhadra. ~ Love me, love my dog.
Oops. No, I needed to clean up a poo I didn't hear that.
Little Willow had quite a few teeth removed yesterday and her nails cut. She was up and vocalling with the vet's receptionist, insisting that she be allowed home. She had a lovely sleep last night and is ready to go to Pish for a walk with little Sofi. I will try and get some film. She so absolutely to die for.
A dog is a gift in life. Love and protect it. _________________
Along with her new mum and dad and a brand new sister, Dyna.
John and Liz spent a couple of hours here walking and talking and the two girls got on really well.
I know we say it every time, but we couldn't have wished for a lovelier home for Willow. Everyone who met this lovely lady fell immediately in love with her, and yep, I am blubbing as I am typing. I could have cheerfully have forgotten that she was here and kept her myself.
We have had such lovely dogs through our doors, and Miss Willow will do us and her previous owner, Ian, proud.
I have told Ian, who has been keeping in trouch with her progress regularly.
Sometimes dogs are given up from lovely homes by lovely people, just circumstances in life change, and it was a very courageous and heartbroken man who gave Willow to us to rehome. Thank you Ian for trusting this loveliest of lovelies to us to rehome. God bless you Willow.
Don't forget the escape plan and the rendezvous point ;D (only joking) ;D
Oh fantastic!! i have been wondering (without wanting to be nosy!) if they were able to get up to you this week! wonder how they would feel about two visitors! (although Ian did try to kidnap Dyna - let alone meeting Willow as well - who i'm sure is just as gorgeous!)
Well done all for a very successful result for Miss Willow... i'm so pleased the girlies got on!