Rescue Remedies dogs that have found their forever homes
Nothing beats the greeting you get from this gentleman when you go to take him out of his pen and for a walk. He is just such lovely company - sniffing around in the leaves, setting out at a good pace, and is so handsome with it. I hope his forever home comes soon - he is another boy who has waited patiently and he deserves that patience to be rewarded. An absolute pleasure to walk and excellent company.
Sebby and I had a lovely walk this afternoon. He gave me his usual friendly greeting and was keen to be going out. He is so easy to manage and is such good company. I really hope Sebby finds his forever home very soon.
Sebby just brims over with character - endearing character. He greets me like an old friend and is such an easy dog to walk - sniffing amongst the autumn leaves, ignoring other dogs and generally speaking being very good company. He is soft and beautiful and should really by now be in his own home as he so deserves it.
Sebby and I had another lovely walk together. He really is a brilliant dog - so easy to walk and such good company. He loves to sniff amongst the leaves and shows an interest in everything. He continues to greet me like an old friend and, at the end of the walk, he likes to work for his treats by catching them in mid air - such a character.
Sebby really was appreciative of the large marrow bone I left him at the end of his walk today. He quite enjoyed the walk too - with a thick, soft coat like Sebby's a bit of rain and wind does not deter you from enjoying all the sniffs that the woods offer. He is such an easy dog to walk and ambles along beside you, ignoring other dogs. He is a great character.
I really appreciate time spent with this amazing character. He enjoyed his walk this morning, sniffing and snuffling amongst the frozen leaves. He has such a playful side to his character and loves to catch treats as you throw them into his pen. He enjoys company and I so wish he would find that elusive forever home - he deserves to as he continues to be patient in kennel care waiting for that special person to appreciate his true worth. Love him.
I feel tremendously fond of the amazing character who is Sebby. It has nothing to do with his warm furry coat, his amazing face, the fact that he is so easy to walk and manage around other dogs, the lovely greeting he always gives me - it is the total package which is Sebby! I don't think he was too bothered by the sleet and cold of yesterday's walk - well, he was wearing the right coat. He walks at a good pace and does love to sniff and look around him. Squirrels especially he finds very exciting and he became very interested in the sheep in the field. He doesn't appreciate the noise and clamour of kennel life and hopefully will find a calm, quieter house this year.
I took Sebby for a stroll today and the sun streamed down just for him. The last time I walked him the weather was shocking and the walk was a trudge, however today I saw the real Sebby with his head held high we scarpered into the woods with squirrels,mice,birds and loads of great sniffing locations. What a change, the jog really gave him a lift and he rewarded me with licks and wags. Thank you Sebby for great walk.
thank you Jim, lovely photos of this gorgeous dog. I always feel that Sebby greets me like his best mate - he drops the cushion he is usually shaking to death and bounds over to say hello. He is such a brilliant chap - he loves his walk and snuffles away in the grass and leaves while keeping a beady eye out for squirrels and cats. Once back in his pen we enjoy a game of catch the sausage. Love him!
It was great to walk Sebby today - despite the rain, the winds and the knee high mud! He picks his way through the mud to the woodland walk and then trots off - usually with a spring in his step. He ignores all other dogs and just keeps going. He really is a lovely chap. Once back in his pen we have our usual game of catch the sausage and shake the cushion. It would be amazing if this great character could get the home he so deserves.