Sunday, 24 January 2010

Daisy has got a new home to go to, she is going today so we have our last walk with her at Tunstal Hill. Little Mop boy is crying he does not want her to go.(I think John is crying too.
I thought she might become a Mega Star like Martha, so I said don't lie there, get comfy lie on my bed if you like, I will just sit here. She said to the Mop did you hear that, I will go on his bed.

So here is Daisy on my bed still smiling, she will be going soon.
This is Lassie she needs a home as you can see she is a little rotund
No that is not true poor Lassie is fat, she is about six and a lovely little dog,
she belonged to an old lady who could not stop feeding her.


Ms. ~K said...

I would like to say Lassie isn't fat, just fluffy...but that doesn't really apply to her, eh?
She is definitely a pretty girl.
Happy fur-ever home to Daisy!
Hugs and belly rubs to all,

Martha and Bailey said...

Hi Bobby
How lovely for Daisy to find a home so quickly - of course her smiling face and happy outlook would have helped - nothing grumpy about Daisy!
Still you were very kind to share your bed.
Now Lassie does look a little porky and goodness knows we know all about fighting the battle of the bulge..........
She is till young enought to embark on a programme of diet and exercise!
Harry was almost six when he was adopted - his stomach dragged the ground and he had been refusing to walk for some time!
Now whilst he was never what you would call slim we can tell you that he lost lots of weight chasing the deer at Mugdock!
So Lassie the good news is there is lots of time to get slimmer and fitter - what a lovely face you have!
love and kisses
Martha & Bailey xxx

Martha and Bailey said...

We wish Daisy well in her new home.
It must be really hard when dogs go - we remember how Martha didn't want to leave John.
It is amazing how even in a short time they get attached to you and vice versa. Yet another change but she will soon settle.

Oscar the Beagle! said...

Ruby and I never got to meet you Daisy, but we wish you lots of happiness, treats, balls and hugs in your new home. You'll have to visit the park and maybe one day we'll get to sniff each other and say hello. Good luck x

Tee said...

Rehoming is hard business. We had Donny for a few months and the Chief had such a hard time letting him go to his new home. I think she cried too when Donny went to his new home. It's only natural o become attached.

But it's a great job you're all doing. We think it's very good of you all to open your home and find a new home for our canine friends.

Lassie is looking kinda rotund. Am sure some exercise would peel off the fat in no time!

Licks and wags

The Dog Woods Pack

Agatha and Archie said...

Well we are very behind in our reading buyt now we are all caught up!! You are ALL very brave to go snorkeling now... and how very lucky to have Martha over to visit!!! Love A+A

Lorenza said...

Hi, Bobby!
Glad to know about Daisy's new home!
I wish my mom could not be able to stop feeding me... but I am not so lucky! Hmmm... No! I am very lucky that she never overfeeds me because that is not healthy!
I am sure Lassie will be in good shape soon!
Have a great sunday!
Kisses and hugs

Stella said...

Good luck to Daisy in her new home! She is a beautiful dog!

And Lassie, just make up your mind to fewer treats and get out and walkabout every day, you will lose and be adopted too!



Bye Miss Goody Two Shoes Daisy! I know you'll make someone very happy! Hmm Lassie.. wow.. what's her breed? That old lady was loving her to death..

Life With Dogs said...

Farewell sweet Daisy - I hope you hid your leftovers from lassie!

TwoSpecialWires said...

We hate it when Moma makes us fall behind. We've a lot of catching up to do. We're happy to hear Daisy has a new home (no surprise to us) and even happier to know that Lassie is about to embark on a program to help her slim down and perk up. You are so good.

Jake and Fergs