Cisco Staffie 2008 - 2018 Swindon Wilts

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Cisco Staffie 2008 - 2018 Swindon Wilts

Post by Rescue Remedies » Thu May 29, 2014 8:22 pm

Hello Lynne

I wasn't sure how to post this on your site so I thought it best to send you an email.

Just last week Cisco was firing on all cylinders but then he had a slipped disc and was diagnosed at Fitzgerald Referrals as having other problems and I had to put him to sleep to save further suffering.

This is a very sad time for me particularly after losing his Mum just last year but I thought you should know.
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Yours Sincerely

Graham
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Cisco's thread below:
Mar 11, 2010 3:43 pm
Referral Letter Hi lynne
i am really desperate for this boy, He is vaccinated , castrated and chipped, He is also TINY , dog friendly and just lovely.
Is there anyway you can squeeze him in Lynne , Please, otherwise I am going to lose him as council want to PTS ? He is only 18 months, and loves toys and other dogs, He is also DINKY !!!!! Caroline

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Meeting Cisco at South Mimms Sunday to come in with us.

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Re: Cisco Staffie 18 mnths Swindon Wilts

Post by Rescue Remedies » Fri Aug 25, 2017 10:27 am

Posted by xxlynne 14th March 2010

Cisco arrived into our care today. We drove to drop Ermine off at Gatwick (N) and ended up having a bath in the sun and took his neutering stitches out  then a walk through the woods. Now in Gatwick (S) and settling.

Wet Wet Wet
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Drying, Drying Drying
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Arrived!
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Re: Cisco Staffie 18 mnths Swindon Wilts

Post by Rescue Remedies » Fri Aug 25, 2017 10:28 am

Posted by xxlynne 20th March 2010

Cisco met Frances and Graham today..we walked him with Jodie and we lost our way..so one very long muddy walk. Cisco was the perfect gentleman. Cisco had proved himself in the first 2 mins.. woo.gif]  an exceptional dog -temperament and looks. Yes snapped up..into Frances's and Graham's arms. One very happy family.

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Re: Cisco Staffie 18 mnths Swindon Wilts

Post by Rescue Remedies » Fri Aug 25, 2017 10:29 am

Posted by Lucywillow 20th March 2010

SO happy for him
this was a boy I contributed to kenneling for while he was in the pound
have a wonderful life and keep us informed how you are doing

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Re: Cisco Staffie 18 mnths Swindon Wilts

Post by Rescue Remedies » Fri Aug 25, 2017 10:31 am

Posted by xxlynne 20th June 2010

beautiful pictures of Cisco in his new home
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Re: Cisco Staffie 18 mnths Swindon Wilts

Post by Secret Squirrel » Fri Aug 25, 2017 12:16 pm

Frances Fenton RIP Ciscos Mom
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Staffie Rescue received a very generous donation of £2000 in memory of Frances, Cisco's Mom

From Graham, Frances Husband
This is in memory of my dear wife Frances Fenton who passed away on the 2nd July this year. Our wonderful staffie Cisco was rescued by you.

We would like to thank you Graham for thinking of us, we are sorry for your loss.
The photos are a wonderful reflection of Frances and Cisco's life and the love they shared
Thinking of you

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Re: Cisco Staffie 18 mnths Swindon Wilts

Post by Secret Squirrel » Fri Aug 25, 2017 12:28 pm

From Graham

I have attached a couple of photos, the first is Cisco competing for second place as “Softest Staffie” at our local park (should have got first though).

Lots of people have asked where Cisco’s name came from, as when we got him from you he was known as “beanie”. It comes from my childhood when I had my first Staffie. There used to be a TV western for kids called “The Cisco Kid” so being a bit of a bandit and looking like a kid I thought it would suit him.

Frances loved all animals and in particular Staffies.

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Re: Cisco Staffie 18 mnths Swindon Wilts

Post by Luella » Fri Aug 25, 2017 12:37 pm

Sincere condolences on such sad news. Hope you & Cisco bring each other much comfort

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Re: Cisco Staffie 18 mnths Swindon Wilts

Post by Elliesmum » Fri Aug 25, 2017 2:12 pm

Oh how sad, I'm very sorry. How kind to remember the rescue at such a sad time for you. Thank you. Please take care, you and that wonderful little staffie xxx
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Re: Cisco Staffie 18 mnths Swindon Wilts

Post by bizlate » Fri Aug 25, 2017 2:40 pm

So sorry to hear this sad news about Cisco's mum, and thank you for your kindness in grief to our other lovely dogs xx

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