As you can see big Lenny the Rottweiler who arrived a few weeks ago is making friends. You may remember he was muzzled but had got it off en route so it hung like a medal around his neck. Once I got it off he looked so much more relaxed, and in David he has a new best mate!
Monday, 23 February 2015
As you can see from the photo's below Sally certainly had a good time.....
|"I'm Not Sure About This....."|
|"Ah Go On Then......"|
|"I Like It!!!!!"|
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Sunday, 22 February 2015
Friday, 20 February 2015
After the photograph a couple of weeks ago, it's clear to see that Bandit's football ability has definatley improved!
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Thursday, 19 February 2015
Tuesday, 17 February 2015
Bruno was a brave big boy, who didn't let us know he was suffering till we couldn't help him. We've lost a lot since of course, but I'll never forget Bruno.....
Monday, 16 February 2015
Sunday, 15 February 2015
Saturday, 14 February 2015
2 years on for Sonny and a year on for the little man. We all miss you.....
Thursday, 12 February 2015
The lump though didn't go away, and in the last ten days or so has grown. A trip to the vets last Wednesday confirmed my worst fears of mammary tumours and she was booked in today for a CT scan then potentially surgery.
The CT scan showed what I was dreading, several secondary tumours in her chest, but having been at the vets over night before her operation, Heidi had won hearts and shown how 'alive' she still is, this in mind they still wanted to operate. The large external tumour clearly is painful, and although removing it won't get rid of the cancer with it already spreading, it will make life more comfortable for however long she may have left with us. That's what we've decided to do.
Words can't described how low I feel right now for her. Heidi is such a sweetheart and has learnt to trust and love all over again. She has even started giving me kisses every time I bend down which is a far cry from the dog that was so nearly put to sleep before arriving with us as a freebie in another transport run. However, there is a positive. Fearing the worst I managed to source her a foster home to recover in after her operation, and I'm delighted to say despite today's developments, they still want to be there for her. Very special people for what is indeed a very special girl.....