Judy WhippetxStaffie DOB 11.11 - 07.19

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Judy WhippetxStaffie DOB 11.11 - 07.19

Post by Rescue Remedies » Mon May 26, 2014 9:23 pm

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Sad news Tabitha needed to let Judy free, she enjoyed a wonderful life in the north of England and then latter in Bulgaria. She leaves a huge hole...
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Judy's Thread Below
Originally posted Tue Oct 02, 2012 by xxlynne
Current Status Homed
Homing Requirements: Judy needs a real rescue family who are about nurture, loving care and walking beside their new dog to help them. Judy barks when she is feeling out of her depth but soon calms. Judy is gradually losing her nerves with strangers, wearing a strap semi muzzle has allowed her to become confident off lead in public. Judy would love to live with another dog. Judy can be left and is housetrained despite long period of kennelling; proven in regular weekend fostering. Judy can live with a cat(s).

Video: Judy and Tia’s first 5 minutes home
Video: A gentle play to start the day
Video: Good morning to Chelsey

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Video: Morning walk
Video: Playing on the beach
Video: Soft play
Video: Judy and Tia playing

Her Story: Judy was found stray and in the very early stages of pregnancy found when spayed. Judy has spent 2 years in kennels but has regular weekend foster breaks with another dog and cats. Judy is neutered, chipped and vax'd. Judy is in kennels near Gatwick.

Advert: Judy arrived with ineptitude and innocence and has had to grow up in kennels. Judy still gets flustered but soon calms with reassurance and the chance to familiarised and acquaint herself with strangers and new situations. Judy is housetrained, walks well on a lead and will be an off lead dog once she loses her nerves around people which is now much improved. Judy has yet to settle in her own skin - her road has been rough & tough. Judy has good dog skills and enjoys dog's company. Judy can live with cats.

Judy is a 2 year old Whippet x Staffie and yes she can run, run, run! She has a loving nature, is quiet in the home and displays fun and joy as she relaxes and trusts her situation and people. She barks when nervous yet soon settles; Judy is having a chance to settle and integrate her energy and skills through her regular weekend foster. Judy is a player and delights in playing. A stunningly beautiful dog who so needs a stable family to flourish in the heart of.

Interested in homing Judy? Please click to complete our on-line homing questionnaire to match a suitable dog with your lifestyle.

Please visit Judy's thread on our forum to find out if she is still available and for fuller details. For daily updates Click our forum link and you will find the full range of dogs available for homing. Judy is featured on http://www.rescueremedies.co.uk

***PLEASE NOTE: We are a rescue finding dogs their forever homes. We usually ask for a min. donation of £175 at the time of adoption, for each dog, to help us continue helping homeless dogs***
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See Judy's Thread Below: Watch her progress through our Rescue
Referral Details: Dog warden called us to ask if we could help with Judy who was found stray. We agreed and took her into our care on the 1st October.
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Sabine and Ed walked Judy over the weekend and took pictures and described Judy as friendly and needing a lot of love at this time
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Re: Judy WhippetxStaffie DOB 11.11 Gatwick Kenns

Post by Rescue Remedies » Mon May 26, 2014 9:24 pm

Here are Sarah's pictures of Judy with Susie Bee and another one at the front of her thread

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Re: Judy WhippetxStaffie DOB 11.11 Gatwick Kenns

Post by Rescue Remedies » Mon May 26, 2014 9:24 pm

The lovely Judy was out with the lovely Charlotte on Saturday afternoon. Judy is such a pretty little thing, with an adorable curl to her tail.


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Re: Judy WhippetxStaffie DOB 11.11 Gatwick Kenns

Post by Rescue Remedies » Mon May 26, 2014 9:25 pm

Here's Judy!

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Re: Judy WhippetxStaffie DOB 11.11 Gatwick Kenns

Post by Rescue Remedies » Mon May 26, 2014 9:26 pm

I collected Judy yesterday from Kennels, so she can spend a few days with us till Sunday. On first meet she was extremely friendly. What a beautiful girl she is. We drove quite a long way back to my area where I took her for a long walk. Unfortunately she is a bit car sick but i'm sure this will improve with time.
She seems fine with other dogs although a bit cautious at first. She walks very well on the lead and does not pull at all.
She is very loving and loves snuggling. She is still quite thin but polishes off her meals so hopefully she will gain weight quickly.
We are teaching her to sit and lie down which she is picking up, so hopefully by the time we return her, she will have mastered these!
Judy is a wonderful girl and will bring joy to any home :D :D
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Re: Judy WhippetxStaffie DOB 11.11 Gatwick Kenns

Post by Rescue Remedies » Mon May 26, 2014 9:27 pm

Judy loved being out and about today, looking at everything and sniffing everything. She's quite an easy walk – not a 'puller'. We had a comical moment when we stopped for a break and I said “Judy, you're not a licky dog, are you?” and she promptly raised her head and licked me on the cheek!
She didn't seem to react to the cat when we walked past – though it's possible she didn't notice it.
Glad to see she's going away for Christmas - lucky Judy!
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Re: Judy WhippetxStaffie DOB 11.11 Gatwick Kenns

Post by Rescue Remedies » Mon May 26, 2014 9:27 pm

Lets hope that Judy's forever home is out there and watching ...

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Excuse the mud, it was a very muddy day! :xmas wink:

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Re: Judy WhippetxStaffie DOB 11.11 Gatwick Kenns

Post by Rescue Remedies » Mon May 26, 2014 9:35 pm

Judy has had a wonderful time with Awal...sure he has gone back to work to rest! Judy is such a wonderful travelling companion in the front seat very loving and settled. She stayed there for about 2 hours whilst we were homing Monty and meeting another family. Then BenjiLucy arrived and it for time for some off lead running and FUN

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Re: Judy WhippetxStaffie DOB 11.11 Gatwick Kenns

Post by Rescue Remedies » Mon May 26, 2014 9:36 pm

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Judy met me very early this morning and sped down to the south coast for breakfast with my mum, sister over from France and brother. She did well but does get concerned with strangers so needs more practise. She soon is reassured when her nerves kicked in and 99% of the time she was so happy to be in company and enjoying luxury b4 she went back to Godstone kennels
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Re: Judy WhippetxStaffie DOB 11.11 Gatwick Kenns

Post by Rescue Remedies » Mon May 26, 2014 9:37 pm

What a sweetheart Judy is! She was so lovely today and as a reward she got to go on two long walks! She certainly wasn't complaining either! Judy is great to harness up and takes everything in her stride. She had lots of happy energy and really loved having lay down on the grass in the sunshine in between walks.
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