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Update on adopted dog Buddy

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My daughter and I collected Buddy on the 14th of April, after meeting him a couple of times we adored him, we knew he needed to be part of our family. 

Buddy was without a doubt a handful, he liked to bounce all over people and mouthed a lot, today he is a completely different dog. 

He’s calmer, he loves playing ball with his new brother Dino, he loves learning new things and has a few tricks pretty much nailed, he doesn’t barge people out of his way anymore and loves a cuddle (as before he wasn’t a lover of being touched).

Buddy is definitely a huge part of our little family now and it’s like he’s been here forever, he’s found his place and has well and truly settled in it love him.Thank you so much can’t imagine him not being here now.

Update on adopted dog Max

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 I’ve been meaning to write for some time (about 7 years!), just to thank you again and let you know how Max is doing. I don’t suppose you remember Maxie, but he was staying with a big foster home down on the south coast when we first met him back in September 2010. I remember he jumped up at our 6 year old son making him cry! Since then they have been the best of buddies, with our son in recent years insisting that Max even shares his bedroom!

I can’t tell you how much we all adore him, and how he, as my son once said, “is the best thing that has happened to our family”! And Maxie has a pretty good life, he’s always out in the surrounding countryside either with us or his beloved dog walker and his gang of friends. 

He’s well travelled too, having come on holiday with us in our camper, he’s run in meadows in Austria, vineyards in Germany, the hills in Wales, the beaches in France and Holland and Ireland, and open spaces around Bruges in Belgium.

He’s still got a few anxieties, bless him, and not always comfortable with people who don’t have a dog themselves, or a hat on, or a walking stick, or wearing a long dress …….. But he’s super affectionate with us and those he knows and we wouldn’t be without him. So thank you, and keep up the great work you do!

The Cox Family