A Chat about Dog Bereavement

A Chat about Dog Bereavement Some of my friends have lost their beloved dogs lately and it's hard to know what to say to them. As I've said before I lost my Alfie back in April and there is still great pain there for me. At the time no-one could console me, the grief was... Continue Reading →

How I Became A Dog Lover

How I Became A Dog Lover Apologies for the grainy photo, it's over forty years old. This is Dinky my first ever dog, my best friend as a child and the one who started my lifetime obsession with dogs. We never intended to have a dog but when my mum was offered an unwanted dog... Continue Reading →

Who Rescued Who? Dog Rescue

Who Rescued Who? Dog Rescue Yesterday I received a phone call from the lady who adopted my first ever foster dog, Misty, who is on the right in the picture. She just rang me for a chat, an update and to see how I was, how lovely is that? It's been six years since I started... Continue Reading →

Harvey Remembered

Harvey Remembered Today it's three years since this tiny rescue dog died in my arms on the way to the vets.     You'll find Harvey's story here. Harvey Harvey’s New Lease of Life Farewell Harvey   When the rain is blowing in your face And the whole World is on your case I could... Continue Reading →

My Doggy Bucket List

My Doggy Bucket List I'm just mad about dogs...all dogs, every breed, and size, I often spend my time daydreaming of all the dogs I would like to have in my life, one way or the other. It is not a practical bucket list but an idealistic one. So, there are no exceptions.   I... Continue Reading →

Darcy, Miniature Dachshund.

It's approaching two years since Darcy came to stay with us. Sometimes I feel like my training fell upon deaf ears, which anyone with a dachshund will experience on a day-to-day basis. Ask them to stop barking at next doors cat for the umpteenth time and they happily ignore you, but one creak of the... Continue Reading →

Epilepsy, in Dogs

Epilepsy in Dogs Uri had been with us for a few days and luckily hadn't managed to escape. So, it was off to the vets for the snip, a requirement before he could be rehomed. Not long after we dropped him off the vet rang 'Uri's had a reaction to the anesthetic, we nearly lost... Continue Reading →

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