"Tally" needs a home

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Post by Carole g » 14 Dec 2006, 12:39

lets hope that catches the eye!
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Post by GUNNER » 14 Dec 2006, 12:41

She is beautiful looks like she has a lovely nature :D

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Tally

Post by L Maher » 14 Dec 2006, 13:10

Tally is gorgeous. How much exercise do you give her? Do you know how tall she will grow? Does she shed much?

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Post by torti » 14 Dec 2006, 16:58

size - she will be a bigger size, but i don't think much bigger than she is now (ultimately around labrador size);

shedding - she does somewhat but i think scruffies do more than woolies;

exercise wise - she has a 20 min walk at 7am then access to the fenced garden all day and walked when possible but then a longer walk at night (30 mins plus) - not trying to walk her too much as a pup. she is walking really quite well for her age.

hope this helps...?

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still waiting

Post by torti » 18 Dec 2006, 11:25

Tally still waiting for a new home ... :cry:

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Post by chelsea » 18 Dec 2006, 21:45

What a shame :( I'm sure someone must be looking for an older, already housetrained pup like Tally. She sounds like such a good girl too. Perhaps someone out there would consider fostering her if you are desperate.......

Good luck

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Post by susiegill » 19 Dec 2006, 12:19

:cry:

I'm sorry you haven't found a new home for your girl.

I keep looking at her, and trying to talk my other half round, but he's not having any of it :cry:

Good luck with finding her a loving home.
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Post by torti » 26 Dec 2006, 10:56

still here ... fabulous & house trained ... just contact for more details / photos, all the best Victoria

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Post by torti » 30 Dec 2006, 14:35

Hi all,

Several new enquiries since the mad xmas festivities have ended & a visit tomorrow... fingers crossed ...

Does anybody know of anyone who needs a puppy crate (107cm) - two doors... galavanised silver looking

many thanks for the kind wishes,

Victoria

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Post by susiegill » 30 Dec 2006, 14:49

:lol:

Hi Victoria,

Firstly good luck tomorrow!! Let's hope Tally gets her new home.

Would you mind measuring the puppy crate in inches for me? (it's an age thing)! and let me know the measurments please.

Best Wishes
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Post by GUNNER » 30 Dec 2006, 15:23

Good luck tomorrow Victoria, keep us all posted :D

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Post by torti » 30 Dec 2006, 16:13

susiegill wrote::lol:

Hi Victoria,

Firstly good luck tomorrow!! Let's hope Tally gets her new home.

Would you mind measuring the puppy crate in inches for me? (it's an age thing)! and let me know the measurments please.

Best Wishes
No probs, hubby just measured it and it is ... 32" high; 28" deep & 43" wide

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Post by frosty » 30 Dec 2006, 17:11

Best of luck for tomorrow....Got all my fingers crossed for you :lol: :lol:
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Post by susiegill » 31 Dec 2006, 13:42

torti wrote:
susiegill wrote::lol:

Hi Victoria,

Firstly good luck tomorrow!! Let's hope Tally gets her new home.

Would you mind measuring the puppy crate in inches for me? (it's an age thing)! and let me know the measurments please.

Best Wishes
No probs, hubby just measured it and it is ... 32" high; 28" deep & 43" wide
Thanks Victoria, but it's the same size as the one I have already. Seeing as though Rosie is now the size of a small horse :shock: I think I will need the bigger size :lol:

Let us know how things go.

Best Wishes
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Gone...

Post by torti » 31 Dec 2006, 17:38

she's gone ... sad ... but went to a wonderful family who live in milton keynes ... thanks for all the help, victoria

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