Today saw the adoption of the last but one spaniel cross puppy, which isn’t a huge success in terms of open days. However if I tell you that we have no fewer than six reservations, maybe you will agree that today was far from being a failure.
The last of the black speckled pups left, leaving just one little orange speckled boy. And as we have some soft hearted volunteers, he has gone home with them, just for the night. No one could bear the thought of him spending the night alone at the SPA. He will be back tomorrow to see if it open day Sunday is going to be lucky for him.
A couple of dogs would have left the refuge today had they been ready. As it is, vet appointments have been made for later in the week and so the families and dogs both have to wait. From that you will have gathered that at least a couple of the new dogs are relatively new arrivals. But two of them are far from new arrivals and are even (hush) OLD DOGS! Yippee!
So lots of good news to come in the next few days.
Sadly today saw the return of jack russell Boudin (son of Saucisse) who is now called Milo. He will need a home with another dog or where he is less anxious, as no one needs a dog who chews!
Another dog arrived too, a handsome lad called Ramses. He is identified and we are hoping that he is just lost.
Let’s see what tomorrow brings. But we know of at least of one fabulous adoption taking place!
New arrival Ramses – we hope he is just lost