Happy Endings - March 2018



PIXIE WAS AERO
We adopted pixie on the 9th Feb she is adorable she has settled in perfectly she can now climb the stairs is good on the lead she loves her walks with her new brother Tim she has been to the beach which she loved she has had a little holiday with us she behaved perfectly we all love her to bits couldn't imagine being without her xx

We adopted pixie on the 9th Feb she is adorable she has settled in perfectly she can now climb the stairs is good on the lead she loves her walks with her new brother Tim she has been to the beach which she loved she has had a little holiday with us she behaved perfectly we all love her to bits couldn't imagine being without her xx

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TEG WAS LEAF

We adopted Teg (was Leaf ) in February, what a gem she has turned out to be, ( she’s the one mostly white ). She has fitted in brilliantly and gets on with Phoebe our other dog amazingly. We have taken her to our caravan in West Wales the last 2 weekends and has took everything in her stride. She’s been on the beach 3 times plus a long walk to Stackpole Quay. She walks well on her lead however we are learning to come back when off it!
On behalf of my wife and I can I just thankyou for making our home complete again following the sudden death of our best boy Archie just before Christmas.
Regards
Darren and Ingrid

LUNA WAS MOON

Our little bundle arrived with us in February and we wouldn't be without her
Our GSD who is 11 has always loved little dogs and we decided the time was right to find a new partner for him after his "sister" had passed so thank you Many Tears and to the wonderful Foster Parents Margaret and Ray for rescuing little Luna and giving as ex breeding bitch her chance for a fresh start
It takes time with a rescue dog, lots of patience and a routine so they gradually get more confident but we couldn't have done it without our GSD Deef who has been a total gentleman and straight away has looked after her and constantly reassured her when she became anxious
Here are a couple of photographs the first when she was frightened of the hair dryer and ran to Deef for comfort, the second showing how content they are settled on our bed enjoying their comforts
Thank you all so much

gill and les

BLUEBELL

My name is Bluebell and I was rescued by Many Tears. My mummy and daddy saw my story online and couldn't stop thinking about me and so my daddy applied to adopt me. My new family collected me and took me home. I was very frightened when I first met them and I would just stand like a statue and not move all the time. When anyone came towards me I would cower in fear. Now I have 2 sisters, Daisy and Georgie and they have shown me how to behave. I have lots of toys and I just love to play with them all. I have a little teddy that squeeks and I love to take him to bed with me and make him squeek until I fall asleep. I especially like my big sister Daisy's favourite polar bear toy and I take it and hide it whenever I can.
My family took me to the beach for the first time yesterday and although I was a little nervous I enjoyed it. My family have a house near a beach in France and next week I get my passport so that I can visit it with them. I am looking forward to that. I had great fun running and bouncing around in the snow we had recently. It was a great adventure for me. When I first arrived, the groomer had to shave off all my fur as it was matted and very smelly but it is starting to grow back now and my mum says that I am really beautiful. I am really happy with my new family and my mum tells me that she always wanted a dog named Bluebell and as I always wanted a mummy we are really well matched.

DILLY

We adopted Dilly 23rd February. She was just starting with Kennel cough, and she had it pretty bad. We kept her in the recommended two weeks, taking her out for the long walks Friday 9th March. She is amazing on the lead and interested in everything. Yesterday we took her to the beach and lake.She follows our lab, Sam everywhere.I could write reams on her but I don't have the space.This little Iraqi war dog now has her forever home In Wales
Sandra Brabant

DAPHNE

Hi, I’d like to share with you all the happy ending and the good fortune I had when I was lucky enough to find my beautiful girlie Daphne.
On the 18th February I made the long journey to a place in South Wales called Bargoed with my 2 doggies Buddy the Cavalier and his little sister Violet. After a long journey of excitement, we finally arrived at the house of Daphne’s foster carers, Ann and John Vincent, who were just fabulous! We were made very welcome and shortly after we set off on our long journey back home, with now 3 beautiful fur babies and from there my happiness began.
Daphne has been with us for just over 2 weeks, and what a fun loving little girlie she’s turned out to be. Fabulous isn’t the word, she just loves everything about life, plays with Violet the chihuahua all day, racing around and generally having fun . There hasn’t been one moment where I’ve thought, what on earth have I done!
Daphne is our world and her happiness is of utmost importance to me. I’d just like to say, thank you Many Tears for all your hard work as without you Daphne may never have had this chance
. Love from Elizabeth, Buddy, Violet and Daphne xxxxxx

BARKLEY (WAS LAD)

Barkley has settled in really well and is growing in confidence daily. He is such a lovable, big, soft animal who doesn’t have a single bad bone in him.
His favourite pastime is “cat watching” in the garden although, he doesn’t “see them off” until they are long-gone as he is far too much of a coward.
His new companion Raina, a Many Tears Rescue Yorkshire Terrier whom we adopted four years ago, absolutely adores him and they get on like a “house on fire” (see attached picture).
He is a well loved member of the family and we look forward to many happy years together.
Kind regards,

Nick Longstaff


EVIE
Evie joined us as an 11month old young lady in June 2014. Since then she’s become a valued and loved member of our family, made many new friends both human and canine, holidayed around UK and the continent. Learnt to swim, play fetch, walk off lead, eat snowmen and taken up Agility. Her latest achievement is to a win 1st place in Grade 1 agility competition, no mean feat, hence the update! Hopefully one day she’ll graduate to the the higher level of Agility, so watch for an update.




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