If Moss does indeed become Lucy's companion, I would advise that all fridge magnets be stored well out of his reach Kelly - I caught him in the act of crunching one of the two I purchased at your stall on Sunday.
Má tá grá agat dom, tabhair grá do mo mhadra. ~ Love me, love my dog.
Don't worry, my fridge is in the utility room and so well out of his way.
When we first got Lucy we had to move everything out of reach as she was a right little chewer. She chewed the leather strap off one of my handbags, the strap off her muzzle which she knocked off the top of the shoe rack, raided the bin (which now has a pet lock on it) and chewed up several cardboard boxes and milk bottles for recycling. Little angel!
3 months later we'd cured her of that chewing obsession. No rescue dog is perfect, where would the fun be in that?
Exactly Viviane, these dogs give so much love back despite their pasts. It always amazes me how dogs that have been badly abused can still trust and love people. You can never adopt a dog without knowing you'll have to make some compromises and changes to adapt to their needs and they do make it so worth the while. Lucy gives us constant giggles with all her antics. We're very much hoping Moss will too.
Oh yes, he will be spoilt rotten, there's no doubt in that.
Really excited about having him home here with us. Just have to arrange a collection/drop off time and date. I promise to post lots of settling in pictures and keep you all up to date with his progress.
Sorry about Lucy, Sioux, licking your questionnaire sheet and wanting to play with you while you were trying to do a serious interview. She's a little attention seeking moo sometimes. lol
Last Edit: Apr 30, 2009 21:08:04 GMT by kelly&moss