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Old 01-08-2013, 02:03 PM   #1 (permalink)
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This is our new foster girl, Willow: an 18 month old lab x pointer.



Willow has been here 10 days and has settled very well into home life. She seems to know all about sofas...



... and barbeques



Willow is very well-behaved in the house - completely clean and dry from day 1, she sleeps all night with the other dogs, and settles in the office when I'm working



Willow likes to snuggle up on the sofa



or on someone's lap



but will share the crate too



Willow is a bit headstrong when out for a walk and is very nose-led, so for the time being is on a long-line





She travels very well in the dog-mobile with the rest of the rabble



This sweet gentle girl would love a home where she gets some training and plenty of exercise, preferably with one other dog for company.



Please PM me for more information, or visit her listing on Many Tears website http://www.manytearsrescue.com/displ...og.php?id=7083 to fill in that adoption form!!
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Oh she is gorgeous and right at home with your smiley lot in the car.
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Oh wow, how lovely is she? The second photo. I melted.

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She sounds just perfect, and such a pretty girl. What a lovely set of photos.

Good luck Willow hope you find your forever home soon, but you are with the loveliest of foster families in the mean time!! xx
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Oh wow, how lovely is she? The second photo. I melted.

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Thanks, Angela. The three first photos were on her very first afternoon here (hence being in a harness indoors!). She's very loving and responsive and is lying on the floor behind my chair as I type...
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Lovely pics, hope she finds a forever home soon, she is gorgeous
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She is lovely - hope she finds her forever home very soon.

Must stop looking at these posts, must stop looking at these posts...!
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