We had four adoptions today, which was a great start to the week.
First to leave was Chessie. This gorgeous brindle shepherd cross arrived just a couple of weeks ago, and in fact she would have left even sooner, as a family fell in love with her on Sunday’s open day. The adoption had to wait until today, but even these extra 48 hours will soon be forgotten as beautiful Chessie begins her new life.
Then began the exodus of the beagle/French bulldog crosses! This is a wonderful mix, with the adults being small to medium sized with very short hair and a lovely temperament, despite not having been handled much. They have all been together and are all great with other dogs. And much to our delight, it is not just the very young ones who are having success. Today we said goodbye to Nougat, who is eight months old, and it is one of his sisters who will leave tomorrow. Of the two-month old pups, one boy, Cajou, and one girl, Amande, left today.
If you are thinking about adopting one of these fabulous pups, please don’t wait too long. As we suspected they are proving to be very popular. In fact there is a SPA meeting tonight, so this blog is early. Perhaps by now another pup has been adopted! How people are chosing between them I have no idea; I am not the only person who wants to adopt all of them!
Chessie – ADOPTED
Amande – ADOPTED
Cajou – ADOPTED
and big brother Nougat – ADOPTED