December 2nd, 2004, 12:48 PM
Hi ! Well its been over two weeks since I found and took home the puppy GSD and he is settled in well with my friend and his family who have named him "Buster".And today I took Gypsey my GSD around to see Busters new residence ;) The two of them played for an hour in the garden and both were well and truely tired out :D Still no claims have been made on the little guy who the vet aged at around 6mnths he still has milk teeth ;) And fingers crossed the little guy is gonna stay :) My friend and his family are over the moon with him, He is very well behaved for a pup ;) And as they have a large walled garden all around thier big old house he has lots of room to run free and play :) I took some pics (attached) of the two of them at play :thumbs up
December 2nd, 2004, 01:31 PM
Congratulations on all your efforts!
December 2nd, 2004, 03:00 PM
Glad to hear how well the puppy is settling in and he is beautiful. Hope he stays with this family sounds like a good match
December 4th, 2004, 08:57 AM
Hi Stewert, I must have missed the original post. I assume you found a stray and also found it a home ........that is awesome and looks like the two of them are becomming fast friends........Thanks for taking the time to help this puppy......your an angel :angel:
December 5th, 2004, 04:28 AM
[QUOTE=Iggette]Hi Stewert, I must have missed the original post. I assume you found a stray and also found it a home ..
Hi ! Iggette :) Yes this young pup wanderd into the plant where I work at 10pm on a Sunday night about 3 weeks ago. I took him home and he stayed with us for 3 days.As I just adore GSD's and besides wouldnt let any animal stay out and about in plant that contains chemicals and automatic machinary I took the only action I could at the time ;) I contacted the local police and dog wardens, Rescue services and rang around the local vets also but no reports of a missing male GSD pup have been made ;) So a good friend of mine who asked me about 18 mnths back to look out for a GSD as he had lost his last one to age came to mind ;) He has kept GSD's for over 20 yrs so its a great outcome to what could have been a sad story :)
December 5th, 2004, 08:37 AM
Yes Stewart,I am definetly not religous,but I believe in fate :crazy: and it was this beautiful GSD's fate to end up in your care and later a wonderful new owner,you're definetly one of the"good guys" :thumbs up
December 5th, 2004, 11:31 AM
Way to go... Stewart :thumbs up
December 6th, 2004, 06:34 AM
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Hey sweetie, you've just put the biggest grin on my face as well as made my heart smile!!! This world is made more wonderful by you being in it.
December 8th, 2004, 02:45 AM
:o Thanks for the kind words Its just what any of us would do in that position for mans best friends and also any animal in distress :thumbs up