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A New Family Member







Isn't he beautiful?

Hope all you with snow are going on ok...
We continue to have torrential downpours & a hail storm here earlier!

Any doggie advice, vegan recipes, etc would be greatly appreciated...

Have a great weekend everyone!

Kay & Sime
xx

Comments

Jane and Chris said…
Welcome beautiful Barney!
Jane xxxxxx
Purrs from the catsxxxxxxxx
Nic said…
Ooh he's lovely! How come? He'll like sticks and things to play with :)
just Gai said…
He's gorgeous. I look forward to hearing about all your adventures together.
Laloofah said…
Oh, Barney is precious! What a beautiful boy! And a lucky one - kudos to you for giving him a loving, forever home!

I was going to share Molly's great stash of vegan recipes for dogs and other wonderful, informative stuff for happy, healthy pups but I see she's also one of your followers, so I'll let her do it! :-)
Kath said…
Oh bless him, I'm so glad you took him, I'm sure it'll all work out and he'll have a lovely life with you! x
Fran said…
He is beautiful, look at that lovely smiling face. I hope he likes a bath after all that mud! X
Thanks everyone - he's adorable, though has trashed 2 tennis balls already... He needs to lose weight, but seems really fit for a 10 year old! We've got a few days off with him now, which is nice - but the kitties are in hiding upstairs, so we keep popping up & giving them plenty of cuddles too!

K&S :)
Doohie said…
Oh, I'm so glad he's found a new family to love him.
dreamer said…
What a gorgeous boy,and a happy ending to his sad story. Enjoy :)
Anonymous said…
Congratulations on your very handsome new family member! What a sweet, adorable boy he is. <3

It makes me so sad that he was abandoned like that. Poor sweetie. He's so very lucky to have such a wonderful new home, though. I know you'll both love him so very much. He looks like a very gentle soul.

If you have any questions or need advice on anything, feel free to email me or contact me through any of our sites. I'll help if I can! :)

Oh, and make sure to keep us updated on how you all get on!
Thank you everyone again & Molly - we'll be taking notes from your blog, especially your yummy recipes!

Kay :)
Scarlet said…
He's beautiful, and a very lucky boy to have found a home with you. Hope the kitties soon get used to him!
Unknown said…
What a gorgeous dog!

Sft x

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