Had such a great day! Thanks for organising everything! We had so much interest in some of the dogs and the Home in general, and even some potential volunteers. Plus a very nice sum raised! I'll post up my photos and do a few little write-ups for Buster and PJ after I've warmed up
Couldn't agree more with you Sian. It was such a great day and an even better outcome. Buster was the perfect gentleman whilst cheeky PJ was the crowd pleaser 😊 I bet he's still full of energy after the walk back hehe. I'll also post some piccys I've taken once I figure out how to 😂🙈 xxx
Well done. Sorry that I'm pinching one of your crowd magnets tomorrow as he has a better offer 😁
Amy - he is absolutely adorable!!! Your Facebook pages are going to go wild! Drive safely
We have 3 dogs come into us today, Pete, a black Lab called Milo and a cute fluffy JRT X called Dan. Having a competition to see which will get the most comments on Facebook. Feel sorry for whoever is on rehome rota tomorrow lol.
We both had a great time at the Meet and Greet on Friday and Saturday. We met some lovely people, including potential rehomers and walkers, customers and staff of M and S, the other volunteers who we don't normally get a chance to chat with and I even bumped into several friends on both days. But the real stars were the dogs, who behaved so well in such bitterly cold weather.
And to top it all off we got a new temporary lodger in Max, who we are going be looking after until his owner is well enough to have him back. He has settled in nicely at Dinky Poo Doss House - here is a pic of him last night looking totally chilled out with his favourite toy, Mr Owl. Happy Days......
Hope we raised loads of money - many thanks to all who were involved in organising this event.
My camera is starting to slow down from old age, I think, so I didn't get many decent photos but I've posted the ones I have in the dogs' individual threads. As Gordon, Missy, and Buster don't have their threads up yet, I thought I'd post them here for now so everyone can see how wonderfully they all behaved. All of the dogs did such an amazing job in what must have been a very strange environment for them, compared to where they usually go for walkies anyway