New of Our Happily Homed Hounds

Here is an update on Obi (Young Minella). Here is just a part of the wonderful things his family say about him.”Obi continues to settle well as we get close to our 1st anniversary with him! Can’t believe it!! It’s gone so quickly yet it feels like we’ve loved him forever.We did a couple of days camping in Suffolk during the summer. Obi’s first camping experience was taken in his usual style….. as long as he was comfy and with us he was happy!He loves being cuddled so much and makes it very clear when he wants a cuddle, leaning into us and nuzzling his head into us.He is amazingly gentle and good tempered with my grandchildren and is brilliant with our 9yr old son Edward, always calm and gentle. Our son adores him.He behaves impeccably when out and about anywhere. With people and other dogs alike and we go on many walks with friends and their dogs.He brings us so much joy and I am constantly in awe of him and how he has transitioned from his racing days and being kennelled to living in a house with our family.Giving Obi his forever home is one of the best things I’ve done”.

Obi with his friends

We have had news of Indie (Fen View Indie). Here is what her owner has to say about her.”Indie is an absolute dream, she is so gentle and starting to settle in more and showing her cheeky personality. She knows the time I swear and wakes me for her breakfast at 6am every morning. She has made her bed/safe place on the landing but comes readily when I show her the lead. She’s enjoying our walks out in the Countryside and has made great friends with my friends lab/doddle. She’s still very wary of traffic and things she would not have seen, like the telly but considering it’s less than a month in she’s doing great.”.

Indie just chilling

We have news of Blanche, now called Jessie. Her owner says “This is Jessie with Mabel who lives next door. We often meet in the morning when out walking and they both lie down when we talk for too long! We alternate gardens with a weekly play date. She will sniff strangers hands on first meeting and now has about 6 people who she will let stroke her.She goes in for her spay tomorrow morning.I see Spot is still waiting – he seems a little like Jessie in temperament – whoever gets to take him home will be very fortunate. “Well done Jessie you have achieved so much since going home. Hope your op goes well. Maybe our Spot will be as lucky as you, do keep your paws crossed for him.xx

Jessie with her friend Mabel