Rescue Remedies dogs that have found their forever homes
Hi Everyonexxlynne wrote: ↑Mon Feb 05, 2018 3:38 pmPhillip met David and Ayla today in the snow They fell instantly for him. He revealed his nerves with cars and seeing other dogs but found when he met them up close his nerves disappeared.
He met lots of new people also and he really just wanted to make friends.
He loved his games in the paddock and both his new owners are committed to help him settle and enjoy life without the worry
Just a quick update from us:-). Sorry, it has been such a long wait to keep you all update as I personally did not realise it has been over 8 months since we rescued Toffee -aka Philip!
Toffee has been doing so well now. He did not start off well as he had some issues such as he was lunching and barking anything that moves outside home. We introduced thing to him slowly and 2 months later we had to have a behaviourist at home, since then he enjoys outside home more, meeting new people, dogs etc everyday as he has 2 long walks per day. He gets paddock time once in a week to have a good run as you all know he loves chasing his ball. We are working on recalls, this will be toughest part of our journey. David and I are now new people and love, love Toffee sooo much...I know, especially I spoil him so much, but he had to gain a little bit weight, he is now 20.5 kg and looking much dashingly handsome. And again, thank you all for your tired-less work and giving home to our furry friends! Ayla & David xxx
Thank you for persevering with Toffee, what a wonderful home he has with you
Teresa, passionate about our beloved dogs. Visit our fb page https://www.facebook.com/groups/676797962392764/
Thank you! We are trying our utmost best to look after him...He is very happy here... X
I reiterate Teresa's THANK YOU for believing in Toffee.