ROCKY MILNER 07 OCTOBER 2017
JD 21 SEPTEMBER 2017
I thought you would like to see how JD is
developing now he is 2.
Jill and William
FREYA & SAM DOBBING 08 SEPTEMBER 2017
Hi Ted and Rita,
Hope you are all ok.
Just wanted to tell you about what Freya's
When she first came here 2˝ years ago she
wouldn't go near balls and was nervous if a ball
rolled or bounced near her. She would tolerate
Sam's teddies and gradually started picking them
up and moving them about. I got her a bone and
dumbbell for herself as she was always nicking
them when Sam wanted them. This year she started
picking up Sam's many balls and moving them
about. She then realised she could play with a
ball, patting it with her paws and chasing it.
I've let her develop her own confidence with
them and it's been lovely watching her do it.
This week she trotted up to me with a ball in
her mouth and gently put it in my hand for me to
play with her. I'm so pleased she has learnt
that balls are fun not scary. She has learnt a
lot from watching Sam who, like Freddie, always
has a ball in his mouth but is a bit more
reluctant to let go of it !
I took a few photos of playtime yesterday.
Love Cathy, Sam and Freya xx
ROXY SAMMONS 21 SEPTEMBER 2017
Good morning Ted,
I hope all is well with you. I wondered if you
would like the attached photo of Roxy for your
This is something that she enjoys doing
(anything for a piece of sausage). We have a
couple of these small jumps set up on the back
garden and she really enjoys herself.
Best wishes to everyone……….
DAISY 14 SEPTEMBER 2017
Daisy's new Daddy just loves her to bits and I
think the feeling is mutual.....
LEXI CALVERT 14 SEPTEMBER 2017
Lexi enjoying playtime at the washed out
CHILL TIME 15 OCTOBER 2017
In no particular order:
Holly, Rocco, Dexter and Izzy......and of course
SAMMIE DYGNAS 08 SEPTEMBER 2017
Can I put Sammie on the success page on your
We have had her 18 months now. She has changed
from being wary of people (she has nipped three
people, fortunately friends) to being the dog
that got voted the friendliest out of our four
rescue GSDs by my cousin and his three teenagers
who stayed with us for a long weekend. She also
was aggressive with other dogs and while she
will never be friendly with them, she does
ignore them rather than lunging and snarling,
which she used to do.
I did take her dog training, but had to stop
group lessons as she intimated the other dogs,
their owners and on occasion the dog trainer as
well. I found Ted incredibly helpful and took
on board all the advice he gave me and I've
ended up with a loyal friend that I can
If Sammie can get there, any rescue can
Our pleasure Alison!
MAX LILLEY JUNIOR 30 SEPTEMBER 2017