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Guiver is learning new tricks (age 14!) with Sian Perry in Somerset:-

Guiver came to us as a temporary foster.  Unfortunately after a few weeks her owner passed away, so we decided to keep her on despite being 13, now 14 years old.  She is a Labrador cross, possibly Staffie. She gets on great with my other two dogs, and the dogs I look after and walk including an Inuit, a Jack Russell and a Border Collie. She is very laid back and is happy to sleep in the most comfy spot, which usually means pushing humans and dogs out of the way or just sitting on them! We take all the dogs to fun dog shows, it is great for them as they get to meet other dogs and get loads of attention from the people there.  In February we decided to have a go at the Kennel Club Good Citizen Tests as she has always been very well behaved and we taught her some more since having her with us.  Despite her age she picked it up very quickly and passed both the Bronze and Silver awards with ease.”

We are always looking for more people who can care for dogs or cats on short or long-term foster basis. Fosters receive a package of care -  Cinnamon Trust pay all vets bills for the rest of the pet’s life and provide cover for holidays. If you can help please email us suing our contact form.

Posted on 06 Jul 2012 by Cinnamon
by ejejmv4 @ 11 Jul 2012 07:46 am
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