In the spring of 2012, I fell on my paws, I know that.
I was sad to leave my doggie mum and my siblings of course I was, but I wasn’t sad for long, because I knew I had started my life at my loving forever home.
My brothers, sisters and I were lucky, we were born at my doggie mum’s home and we were looked after very well.
Some pups are not as lucky as we were, Some are born on a puppy farm or to a doggie mum who has no one to love and care for her, or her babies.
Every year people are reminded that…
But still, photos like this one are bandied around the Internet. It breaks my heart 💔
Puppies are just like babies, they need a lot of love and they need to learn. Puppy training requires time and patience.
To be a part of a loving family for us dogs means that we will give you a lifetime of love and loyalty in return.
There are many dogs of all ages, shapes, and sizes, who have not had the best starts in life and would love to be loved by someone just like you.
Do your research. If you can’t walk very far, don’t adopt a Springer Spaniel, for example; they need lots of exercise. A big dog needs a lot of space, a little dog will just curl up anywhere, preferably on your lap. Or anywhere…
Can you find it in your heart to adopt this Christmas and give someone a loving home?
MAKE SOMEONE HAPPY THIS CHRISTMAS ♥♥