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No, the charities don't always get it right.

 

My parents wanted a dog and we at first saw one at dogs trust that they applied for. There was no problem, house was vetted, they're pensioners so dad could take it lots of walks, their dog had died so they had loads of experience. But Dogs Trust messed about for about 2 weeks with various queries and we eventually lost patience and went to the local RSPCA. They found a dog, the RSPCA lady vetted their home the same day and we got the dog the day after.

 

Whilst I appreciate people have to be checked out if you make it too difficult people will go elsewhere. There needs to be a happy medium.

 

The local cat rescue charge £70 for a cat which is fair enough for most of us but when my Grandma who was a pensioner wanted one, they wouldn't reduce the charge. We paid in the end but I wonder how many pensioners are put off by that whilst cats are needing homes?

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PS..could this thread be moved over?

 

Also..just wondering how Cassie is?

Hope you're feeling a bit better now and that once you're over the pain you'll consider getting another dog. They need caring owners like you!

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Hi Elsa

 

Good news about the forum:)

 

I'm OK. It's 2 weeks today, can you believe it. I'm expecting Missy's ashes back today. It's been really hard.............. I just wish she had a bit longer with me to know she was loved and very much wanted. Never mind:(

 

Her foster carer emailed me yesterday - she had just found out what happened. They took 2 weeks to let her know:-?

 

Makes me think that if there was more communication between them regarding Missy's health then things may have been very different. We'll never know.

 

Thank you for your help and support at the time, I really appreciated and needed it.

 

Cassie

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Thread moved to 'Pets and Vets' :)

 
 

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Hi Everybody.

 

Just to let you know I've got a new dog.:grin:

 

Her name is Hattie. She is a cross German Shepherd/Husky and is absolutely beautiful:D

 

She was a stray and was rescued from a dog pound where her time was up:(

I got her from a dog rescue in Kent as she was on the "Golden Oldies Dogs" website. They think she's approx. 9 years old but my vet doesn't think she's more than 6/7.

I got her the Sunday before Christmas so we've had a great time in the snow - she absolutely loves it:lol:

 

I'll post some pictures when I work out how to download them from my phone:confused:

 

HAPPY NEW YEAR TO YOU ALL

(2 AND 4 LEGGED:lol:)

Cassie xx

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Very glad to hear it, bet she's the luckiest dog alive (apart from mine, currently snoring curled up next to me on the sofa, lol). I hope, no, I KNOW that she will help you overcome your sadness and will become your best companion for a long time.

 

{{HUGS}} to the 2 and 4 legged ones! :-)

 

PS: German and Husky? WOW, can't wait for the pics!!!

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great news Cassie,

 

our older one 11 year old with a heart problem, dark one on the left is is getting over a stroke he had 11 days ago, and vets say he is on the mend slowly, but boy is he milking it , extra cuddles, getting his chicken done different ways , chineese coating etc ( which he loves ) etc etc :rolleyes:

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She is soooooo GORGEOUS:D

 

She has the colourings of a German Shepherd but the figure of a husky (and the tail:lol:)

 

She is a teddy bear.

 

But:

 

She hasn't been eating very well for the past few days - less than 50% of the amount a dog her size should eat. She's just over 40kg.

 

Took her to the vet this morning because I was worried. £33 poorer came home with a pot to collect urine:eek: and she ate nearly a whole bowl of food:confused:

 

Me thinks she's got me wrapped round her little(huge) paw:lol:

 

Love to all

Cassie xx

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def see the Huskey in her

 

she's brill

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Cassie, she is adorable, I love her.:D

 

My mate has a husky/golden alsation called gino and he is lovely, and my Inlaws have an Alaskan and a Siberian, who are as daft as brushes and hate the snow.

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Hi Cassie,

She's GORGEOUS!!!!

What a striking bitch. Body is all husky but the eyes/expression look like my lovely kind, wise old GSD.

So glad you took the plunge again-good owners should always share their love.

Hope everything is fine with her and you have years and years of happy times :) :) :)

 

Elsa xxx

PS just noticed about the feeding-hopefully she'll settle down now. Did the vet check her teeth?

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Elsa

 

I wondered about her teeth.

 

They seem fine - she has no trouble with "pigs ears" which are really chewable so I don't think her eating "problems" are to do with them.

 

Do you think that maybe she isn't used to being "fed" at certain times....??

 

She looks in fabulous condition..... but who knows.............. she's a stray!!

 

Any suggestions are very welcome.................

Since this mornings vet visit she has finished the whole bowl!!!!!

 

Could she just be "picky"??

 

Cassie x

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try her on basic chicken and rice ,, with as below

 

 

can you ring where you got her and ask what they did

 

little trick get some aniseed and see her reaction to it , most dogs go mad 4 it then add small amount to her food

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talk about milking the situation

 

he had taken control of a new leather recliner as his and complained till his own blankets were put on it

 

dont be caught by those eyes :rolleyes:

 

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we still luv him though :-)

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What food have you got her on Cassie?

Kiptower- bless his little heart! He does right to milk it!

My cat had a stroke 2 yrs ago. because of her age, I thought that was it...she was paralysed and incontinent...but she's still going strong-a bit "K legged" now but gets about, is continent and eating like a horse!

Elsa xx

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