Scampi Patterdale x DofB 2007 - March 2019

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xxlynne
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Scampi Patterdale x DofB 2007 - March 2019

Post by xxlynne » Sat Mar 09, 2019 7:59 pm

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Sad news to report that Scampy, who we acquired from you 10 years ago, was put to sleep this week. His normal crazy, excitable self (yes, still after all this time) was suddenly replaced by strange behaviours- heavy sleeping followed by long bouts of aimless pacing about. After blood tests, the vet suggested liver supplements. A scan showed a slight "blob" on the liver and spleen, but it seems dementia was responsible. He was really distressed in his last few days, and we took the really hard decision of euthanasia Stan & Jackie
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Scampy's Story: March 2009:
Scampy is about 2 yrs old, and rather like a ‘black’ Irish Terrier if there was such a thing or a giant Patterdale. He has such a lovely temperament and so pleasing to be with; eager to please. He has just been neutered, chipped and vax’d. Coping ‘OK’ with kennel life but oh to run and play. He has that lively energy of an irish and we are looking for a home that is confident to manage a large terrier.
Scampy would benefit from training and exploring his needs. We do not know how he will be in a domestic situation as we haven’t a foster place. So homing would commence as ‘foster-with-the-view-to-homing. If Scampy was in a rescue centre they all would queue up for him but again you really have to be able to manage a terrier of this size with a kind firm approach to ensure he isn’t living for top dog spot..which he will naturally command on charisma alone! Has us swooning


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Scampy'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.

Scampy was homed with Ruairi
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mutleydog
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Re: Scampi Patterdale x DofB 2007 - March 2019

Post by mutleydog » Wed Mar 13, 2019 5:41 pm

God bless sweet boy x x x x

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