We had snow at the SPA today, but despite this, there were lots of people out walking dogs! As long as you wrap up warm it is actually quite enjoyable, and of course the dogs don’t mind at all, they are grateful for the chance to get out of their kennels even if it is only for a short time.
Of course the goal is to get out of their kennels and spend a long time in a home. And two more dogs were adopted today. First to leave was Maia. She has been with us for just over two months and although she looks a bit staffie, in actual fact she was able to be decatagorised, as she does not fall into the very strict measurements to be a controlled breed. Of course this was great news for her, as it meant that she could leave like any other dog! Her new family are delighted to be able to take her out without making her wear a muzzle, which would otherwise not have been legal.
We also said goodbye to Sioux. He has only been with us for a few weeks, so we don’t know him well. He is a handsome boy who shares his kennel happily. His new family spotted him and fell in love, and this instant attraction was enough! We wish Sioux much happiness in his new home.
There is another adoption to catch up on, although it is not news per se. The last of the pups, Shino (now Gibson) was officially adopted on Thursday by his foster family. And guess what? They are the same family who recently adopted another of the pups, Youma! Lots of puppy play going on there, for sure!
Please don’t forget that the SPA is open tomorrow as it is the first Sunday of the month. There is no snow forecast, though! Oh, and we are having another open Sunday this month too, the 16-17th December is our Animal Xmas, so if you can’t make it tomorrow, don’t worry, there is still another Sunday on which to visit.