We are still reaping the benefits of last week’s open days, with two more dogs who were reserved then finally leaving. Regardless of our desire for the dogs to reach their new homes as soon as possible, we always respect the pound time, and also that the dogs leave castrated or sterilised. There are already way to any unwanted dogs in the world, without risking more puppies being born!
First to leave was Russell, who had been with us for just over a month. He is a great little chap, fine with cats and other dogs and incredibly calm for a jack russell cross. We hope he brings lots of joy to his new family, who for various reasons are in need of cheering up right now.
The second dog to be adopted was Samson, who has now been renamed Sam. He too is a relatively new arrival, and he is doubly lucky, as black dogs quite often have longer to wait. However his owner saw immediately what a special boy he is. But aren’t they all, in their own way!
Two dogs were also reclaimed. Maa was adopted in August and seems to have a bit of a habit of wandering. His owners came to collect him today and we hope they have learned from this and keep a closer eye on him.
Second to leave was Maya, who only spent a couple of hours with us. She is a lovely girl who took fright during this morning’s storm. So if your dogs are nervous of thunder and lightening, remember to keep an eye on them when storms are about.
We had two arrivals. One is a puppy who is a ball of fur. He has been name Beary (as in Bear-like) and is going to be a big lad. The other is a fabulous faue de Bretagne. We have called her Ginny and are expecting great things for her!
Samson – ADOPTED
Maa – RECLAIMED
Maya was scared by the thunder and ran away . She is safe at home now.
New arrival puppy BEARY
And new arrival GINNY