I am delighted to announce that me and Wagg has teamed up with a local animal Rescue E.A.R.S and as part of this sponsorship we will be helping some lovely dogs to find their forever homes. I will tell you all about E.A.R.S animal rescue but for now let me tell you about Larry.
This is the very lovely Larry who is searching for a sofa to call his own. Larry is middle aged and has been with E.A.R.S animal rescue almost a year.
This unassuming boy doesn’t ask for much, just a forever home with experienced lurcher owners where he can be the only pet. He is already house trained and very well behaved, wanting nothing more than a human of his own to spend his days with. He loves to play, so a large secure garden would make him the happiest dog in the world, but is equally contented curled up in his bed or by your side. This unassuming boy can be unpredictable with other dogs so would need to be muzzled when walked. Larry is currently in kennels near Masham, North Yorkshire and when we met him he stole our heart.
Sadly Larry isn’t coping well with kennel life so please lets share his story and find him a family of his own.
Do you have a Larry size hole in your heart? Please call 07714004537
So blogville, please share his story. A year in rescue is a year too long – lets get him a home!!
I is so excited, this morning as I was getting ready to come to Wagg and all ready to walk out the door I noticed that my biggest sister Hannah was walking out the door wiv us and got into the car. I initially fought that I was going to drop her at school or at her furiends house (although I was finking it would be very early for a play date) but she did come in the car wiv us all the way to work at Wagg HQ, wiv me for the entire day!
Now as it was her very first day I did not want to over tire her out and so I did keep her duties down to ball throwing and general pats, but I is hoping that as she gets more experienced (as I has learnt she is ere for three whole weeks! *excited ears*) she will hopefully become an expert in treat distribution epecially with the chicken wagg’mmms and general cuddles.
It is a very big day as this does mean that she will be the fifth generation of my family at work within the company, and the very first girlie!
I am disappointed to report that she does not seem to be very interested in learning about bin emptying or general mischief making but I is oping she may begin to show promise with a little more work.
I will keep you informed on ow she does progress, however she did prove to be great at helping me evade typists attempts at getting a lovely picture of us all for the front of the Wagg pet food website.