Determination…

Thinking I’ve been quiet, that’s because I probably have been – In that I’m determined not to give up with my recent project (but thank God for my glasses.)

Forever Yours…

Guess who found her forever home today. Yes, East now called Lily has her very own family and she absolutely deserves it – upwards and onwards little girl, the future looks bright.

Why hello there beautiful…

We have had two special moments with little East (we call her Peggy here.) One is cuddles. East does indeed like a cuddle and fuss, she just doesn’t know how to go about doing it. She has observed and watched our other dogs this past week, quietly processing the interactions we have with them, as well as the enjoyment our dogs seem to have socializing with us.

This has seen East joining in with greetings (although at the back of the pack just incase) but more importantly she is choosing to stand still rather than run away from us when we offer a stroke or cuddle. East will let us pick her up too and cuddle her in, albeit she is a little unsure at first but once she relaxes (which is usually followed up by some professional snoring) she doesn’t move. She is still hand shy with strangers though which is to be expected but what a huge milestone it is to put her trust in us.

In addition to this we have learnt that East is very intrigued with children. Yes, we have had a surprise visit from our grandson (6) and nephews (9 &11) this week) and East just could not help but sniff them out and surprisingly was more confident approaching the children than she is with adults.

This could be because they are smaller or because she has never met children before but it was lovely to watch. That being said I think East would settle better in a home with older children who would be more understanding of her needs, as children are a very new concept for her.

East is a five year old Shihzu x, she is microchipped, spayed and fully vaccinated. East will need a resident dog to help her adjust and learn.

East is being fostered in the Newcastle/Northumberland area. If you think you could be her special person click on the link below and fill out her application form – she’s waiting for you.

https://www.manytearsrescue.org/display_mtar_dog.php?id=27588

Bath time…

Well, after bath day today I can confirm little East is as we thought mostly white with pale grey ears and splashed with splodges of grey down her back too.

We can also confirm that the bath water was a lovely murky, multi toned brown puddle after her bath but how did she do with her bath you may ask?

She did wonderfully, East was obviously unsure but once she realised she was safe in our hands she seems to quite like it (enjoy it might be too far) but she certainly seemed to appreciate her mini spa.

It also gave us a chance to have a good look at her coat, East coat at the moment is a little patchy and thin in some places. Which can be common for dogs such as East. We are not worried about this though, her skin is healthy and with time, patience, a good diet, long with some tender loving care this will resolve itself quite quickly.

East is a five year old Shihzu x, she is microchipped, spayed and fully vaccinated. East will need a resident dog to help her adjust and learn.

East is being fostered in the Newcastle/Northumberland area. If you think you could be her special person click on the link below and fill out her application form – she’s waiting for you.

https://www.manytearsrescue.org/display_mtar_dog.php?id=27588

East.

There is one word that sums up our new foster girl – adorable…

East is a five year old Shihzu x, she is microchipped, spayed and fully vaccinated. This is her first time living in a home and she is still getting used to have kind two legs to share her life with.

She only arrived to us late last night and I have to say as adorable as this little bundle of fur is, we can also see a little spark of spunkiness. East may be still a little hand shy but her raised tail, and waggy bottom tells us she is ready and wanting to be loved by that special person.

East has integrated into our pack with ease, she loves the company of others dogs and loves to play. She also likes her grub and is not picky at all as long as it is scrumptiously tasty (which is everything.)

She has beautiful colours, mainly white, with soft grey ears and patches with shades of grey dotted around. She will be a very eye catching young lady when her coat grows back in and you could happily get lost in her wide, open eyes for they sparkle with mischief.

I am really looking forward to being part of East’s journey and watching her transformation as she comes into her own and finds her forever family.

East is being fostered in the Newcastle/Northumberland area. If you think you could be her special person click on the link below and fill out her application form – she’s waiting for you.

https://www.manytearsrescue.org/display_mtar_dog.php?id=27588

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