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Faith, Charity And Patience, Scottie x pupsters

Discussion in 'Dog Rescue and Adoption' started by kayla, Oct 15, 2009.

  1. kayla

    kayla PetForums Member

    Jun 30, 2009
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    If you are interested in adopting one of the pups, please read about our adoption procedure and complete our pre Adoption form (link below) and Katherine or Pauline will contact you for a chat

    Pre-adoption form - www.friendsoftheanimalsrct.org.uk

    Lexi the Scottie was a handin and was in season when she came in. Her owners didn't mention that she had twice escaped and her foster mum thought it was good food and too many treats that made her move the button on Lexi's smart new coat she had made her.

    Lexi went off to the vet to be spayed but came home because she had a tummy full of pups . She gave birth to 5 lovely little girls and today they had their first vaccination .
    They were six weeks old last Sunday and are healthy, happy, chunky , beautiful little babies. The vet said that foster mum has done a brilliant job and the pups are super.

    Faith and Charity are the terrible twins and Patience is the largest of the babies but such a softee.

    They are going to need loving homes where someone is around most of the time. they will have to attend training classes and we will want to know where and with who. They will be spayed at 6 months and can be returned to us for that otherwise it will be at their new owners expence.

    Faith and Charity having some fun with just one of their tuggies!!
    Such unusual little pupsters and they love to cuddle!

    Here is Patience taking a nap on her fave cuddly

    And here is Faith about to wake her up - c'mon lets have some fun!!

    Pose for the camera, Charity
  2. CreativeLC

    CreativeLC PetForums VIP

    Aug 13, 2008
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    Where abouts are these pups? Are they ok with other dogs? we also have a cat and rabbits are they ok with them?
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