Post by charliblogs on Oct 25, 2015 19:38:39 GMT
Isn't Doc just beautiful! You'd be forgiven if you thought I was posting picture of Mr Miyagi because these two look like twins. Doc is sadly a lot skinnier than Mr Miyagi and he is a little skin and bones at the moment, no problem for everyone at CDH - they know how to feed a dog up back to the ideal weight.
Doc was found by the wardens and will be seeing the vet tomorrow for his initial check over, jabs (eek sorry Doc!) and getting aged. It's not secret he's an older gent, just look at that gorgeous white face.
Doc was all about the love when we first got him into the vet room, he just couldn't get close enough to Becky. Doc wanted all the snuggles and was rushing between the two of us to make sure we didn't feel left out - Don't worry Doc, you spread your love around just right.
If you could see this man with this orange ball, you would think he was a youngster. The inner pup really showed itself to us and this was a joy to watch. Doc showed off his best dribbling skills and even played with us showing great manners around toys. He took great comfort from the orange ball and only did he trade it in for a football, which he proudly showed off to the world on his toilet break.
Doc clearly loves being around humans and even when he was sat chewing his ball Doc made sure that he was just close enough for Becky to carry on with those super leg scratches. Just after Doc's toilet break he came close by to a couple of dogs getting put back into their kennels. He showed no interest what so ever, he didn't even look twice, he seems a very steady boy.
Despite being utterly gorgeous, an amazing dog to be around.. There is one EVEN BETTER thing about Doc... and that is his...
As Doc is due his jabs tomorrow he should be allowed out for proper walks on Friday. Form an orderly queue everybody. Doc will be available from the 1st November for rehoming.
If you would like more information on Doc please phone the Dogs' Home: 029 2071 1243 or visit Cardiff Dogs' Home, Westpoint Industrial Estate, Penarth Road, open 7 days a week, 10.30 - 4pm. Mon/Thurs till 6pm