Darcy Patterdale DofB 08.13 Teddington Foster

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Darcy Patterdale DofB 08.13 Teddington Foster

Post by xxlynne » Fri May 17, 2019 8:55 pm

Current Status: Available
Darcy's Story: "Darcy needs to be homed with a person or couple who have the time to spend with her and help with some training. She wouldn't be good with small children. She loves her walks. Playing with her toys and pulling soft toys apart. She loves to chew on her antler and loves a yaks milk stick. She also loves her kong smeared with peanut butter or cream cheese. She loves raw carrots and cucumber. And is partial to a bonio (yes, I know)!! She eats both dry and wet food. She loves lots of cuddles, and her tummy rubbed, can be very Lickey!! Darcy loves a shower, and is very good, and she even let's you towel dry her too before she gets out of the bath. She will be a very loving and loyal companion for anyone who is willing to dedicate the time and show her the love that she craves. She is a little cutie and is quirky." Owners write up...sadly Darcy lost her home due to a relationship break up Rescue Remedies offered a Rescue place saving her life. Darcy is neutered, chipped, and fully vaccinated. Darcy is in her own home near Cambridge whilst awaiting her new family.

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Darcy's progress through our Rescue is below.
We work with our dogs, who often reveal a different picture and positive skills as they build trust.
Original Referral information: We were asked to help Darcy to find her new family who get terriers and know how to keep them safe and enjoy their FIZZ

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Re: Darcy Patterdale DofB 08.13 OwnHome Cambs

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Re: Darcy Patterdale DofB 08.13 OwnHome Cambs

Post by lucyloo » Tue Oct 29, 2019 6:54 pm

Stunning photos, Anne Kiss of love.gif

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Re: Darcy Patterdale DofB 08.13 Gatwick

Post by EmmaNicole » Sat Nov 02, 2019 5:37 pm

I got to meet the ever so pretty, dainty little Darcy today and she is a little poppet. On entering her kennel Darcy was a little unsure but started to be won round with a piece of sausage. We were quickly on our way and despite being obviously overwhelmed by all the noise on the block Darcy didn’t react to any of the dogs. Darcy’s next challenge was the mud! She really wasn’t sure about it but bravely set off regardless. Darcy walks exceptionally well on lead and just trots along beside you. She does get a little nervous sometimes and stops for some gentle reassurance. Darcy is a dear little girl who is very unhappy in kennels and would desperately love a home to call her own.

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Re: Darcy Patterdale DofB 08.13 OwnHome Cambs

Post by heleny » Wed Nov 06, 2019 7:51 pm

I met and walked Darcy for the first time today. What a dear little dog with her pink sparkly collar with the bow and her sleek lovely coat. She has obviously been well loved and is finding life in kennel care daunting. She is very nervous when you approach her in her pen but quickly became happier when I offered her pieces of sausage. She enjoyed her time in the woodland walk and was a real little lady - no pulling or excited barking when she saw another dog. Hopefully this dear, diminutive little terrier will be out of kennel care soon and into the comfort of a warm home. I left her very reluctantly today as she wasn't happy to be back in her pen. blu1.gif

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Re: Darcy Patterdale DofB 08.13. Teddington Foster

Post by Suegalvin » Tue Nov 12, 2019 5:20 pm

Darcy is making herself at home in Teddington.

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Re: Darcy Patterdale DoB 08.13 Teddington Foster

Post by Suegalvin » Wed Nov 13, 2019 4:25 pm

I have discovered Darcy’s love of tennis balls!
She is slowly adjusting to her new surroundings. Becoming calmer. We walked with Bella this afternoon, sadly no photo. Darcy needs a bit more time to get used to all her new friends.
She loved Bushy Park this morning in the sunshine. So much to sniff and explore.

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Re: Darcy Patterdale DofB 08.13 Teddington Foster

Post by Suegalvin » Thu Nov 14, 2019 7:08 pm

Darcy is such a sweet dog. She is so happy in the Park she wants to sniff everything. She saw the deer for the first time today and was very well behaved.

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