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Thursday, 20 February 2014

Sadly, after 8 years with his family, it is time for Bootle Cockerpoo to move out and find a new pack.

It has been a heart wrenching decision for his family, but they are doing the right thing - thinking about what is best for the dog instead of their own needs.

I'm hoping we can all join together in finding Bootle a perfect new home.

Here is what his family have said about him:

Breed:
Cockerpoo (apricot)

Age:
Eight

Weight/Size:
10kg (medium sized)

Personality:
Bootle has bags of character and has been a charming family dog.

Having spent most of his life around four loud teenagers, he is very tolerant, accustomed to being picked up, cuddled and played with. He is a real 'people' dog, very affectionate and loyal.

Despite his age, he has tremendous amounts of energy for walks and games, yet is equally happy to settle down for a snooze when everyone is out.

He is fine with other dogs, but is accustomed to being the only dog in a household.

The reasons for his rehoming are purely circumstantial (lack of time due to increasing work commitments, family illnesses etc.) and it has been a very difficult decision for his owners to make.

Please contact Hettie Kelly on hckelly33@gmail.com if you are think you give Bootle a loving home.


Tuesday, 6 December 2011

Dog theft on the rise in Herts!

I've been notified about 3 dogs that have been stolen in the past month from Offley and Hitchin. Apparently at least 2 of them (a Westie and a JR, both stolen from the Offley area, but at separate occations) were stolen by a gang of youths who were driving a silver Mondeo.

Here is a link to the Westie that was stolen: http://www.doglost.co.uk/dog_blog.php?dogId=34799

Here is a link to the Saluki X that was stolen from Hitchin: http://www.doglost.co.uk/dog_blog.php?dogId=34808&status=Lost

I can't find a link to the JR that was stolen from Offley, but if you see one, please let me know so I can put it up here.

Lets hope they find their way back home somehow and that they are safe and ok.