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Author Topic: Alfie - 15 month old Black & Tan Dog  (Read 3300 times)
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« on: December 07, 2015, 08:59:06 PM »

**Alfie has been in his new home for a little while now and is well and truly settled. Here's a little write up from his new family**

"We have now had Alfie for 6 months and what a change in him. He came to us following a dog attack, beaten, underweight  and afraid but now he is really gaining in confidence and is so very affectionate. He still has to learn to trust people and re socialise with other dogs but it will take time. We go training once a week and itís really paying off now Ė especially as he didnít even know ďsitĒ when we got him and also on a monthly social walk with the trainers and other dogs and their owners! He has put on weight now and his muscles are more defined, probably due to being walked, another thing he wasnít used to. He is now behaving like a puppy and having the fun he should have had ages ago. A typical Dobe he follows me everywhere! He is a lovely boy, not a nasty bone in his body and we are so very proud of him and how far he has come."

 love3 love3 love3

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