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Janet Harrison Janet Harrison from Penrith wrote on 25th April 2021 at 7:41 pm
We are sad to say we lost Scooby to cancer in the first lock down. We still miss him and so did our 15 year old cocker who passed away in the second lock down . Thankyou Keighley for the joy of having a dog as good play full as scooby was . They are both missed and thought of everyday x๐Ÿ˜ข
Ianclift Ianclift from Morecambe wrote on 6th April 2021 at 7:43 pm
Hi hope everyone is keeping
Well.must be 2yrs since we
Collected Raja,he is the most
Loving dog which we are very
Happy to have.He has been
In good health and keeps us
Busy.
All the best
Ian
Alan Lobley Alan Lobley from Oakworth, Keighley wrote on 11th March 2021 at 11:34 am
Sadly we had to say our goodbyes to our much loved Baxter on the 5th February.
He was approaching his 15th birthday in July, having come to us from NWESSR in 2006 as a new puppy after Mum was rescued whilst expecting.
Everything we read and expect from Springers was embedded in Baxterโ€™s DNA; Springy, always running, loved the water, always had a stick or tennis ball, great with people and children, great with other dogs, loved the cat (Tigger), and mostly daft!
Age and illness, failing sight and hearing, they have all been features in recent years, bravely borne, but just too much to see him suffering any more. So much unconditional joy, excitement, love and companionship,
Youโ€™re the best Baxter X
Alan & Karen Lobley
Joyce Davenport Joyce Davenport from Cheshire wrote on 5th February 2021 at 10:54 am
It is with a very heart that I am writing to let you know that we lost our beloved girl Tess on Tuesday Feb 2nd. We adopted Tess on 9th March 2013 & have had 8 wonderful years with her sharing our home and enjoying the company of Missy, Jeeves & Taffy. She was brave until the end & now running pain free, and passed over the rainbow bridge, to meet Jeeves & Missy again. xxxx
Susie Hawkesworth Susie Hawkesworth from Rotherfield Greys Oxfordshire wrote on 7th December 2020 at 11:59 am
I wanted to write to tell you about my beautiful girl, Lily. I adopted Lily back in August 2018 following a very neglected history which included a collar so tight it had to be removed and mites aswell as other issues. From the moment I saw her, I loved her more than anything else in the world despite her hair loss etc, our eyes met at the vets and we knew. It has been just over two years now and she is a happy contented energetic girl, exceptionally bright and, as all dogs, is extremely perceptive. We now have an incredible bond and I love her more than ever. She still has issues, cruciate disease in all of her legs and bad arthritis in her rear hind leg but despite that, we have not had to put her through surgery yet as the vets (and Fitzpatricks !!) feel that miraculously "I should continue what I have been doing as it is definitely helping her". I am amazed by her resilience, her strength to get through everything she has been through and above her, her beautiful soul. Lily is now a happy very well looked after (!) beautiful dog, a world away from her previous life thank goodness.
One thing I will say is that it takes great committment and some funding to help a dog who has gone through so much, but I can tell you, you can do it by hook or by crook, and it is so worth it to have her smiling face look at you every day. God bless you all who have adopted xx
Sarah Brady Sarah Brady from WOLVERHAMPTON wrote on 19th November 2020 at 12:15 pm
We happily adopted Teddy back in August and we absolutely love him to bits, he has settled in so well, he goes to the paddock twice a week where he can exercise his fetch ball obsession and is walked twice daily, he is the king of his garden and sits in the garden in the mornings surveying is territory just in case a cat should wander in on the off chance he isn't there.

He loves his bed during the day and his toy box at night, he adores nothing more than to jump in the car and drive and sit and watch the world go by. His highlight is the long walks with brother Hoomen at the weekends, he has been to Cannock Chase and the Wrekin, he walks much better on a lead now too and doesn't pull your arm out of the socket, unless he see's a squirrel, that is a different story.

It is safe to say he has found his forever home and we have found our perfect companion for our family . Big thanks to Wendy and NWESSR who matched us with Teddy.
Michelle Howard Michelle Howard from Manchester wrote on 28th October 2020 at 6:31 am
Adopted Molly February 2016 she has turned out to be a loyal and happy dog . Loves her ball still well and active at 12 years.
Monika Monika wrote on 12th October 2020 at 6:28 pm
Hi All, itโ€™s been nearly 16 months and I would
love to hear from the Family who adopted our boy Rufus.
I would be really grateful for any update or picture we are missing him very much and just want to make sure that he is healthy and happy. Thank you, Monika
Rod & Allyson Rothwell Rod & Allyson Rothwell from Chester Le Street wrote on 11th October 2020 at 6:21 pm
Canโ€™t believe itโ€™s 12 months today since we collected Fergie and Tara from the kennels. They are lovely natured dogs and have both settled well and are fit and healthy. They have been a gift to us during lockdown, but unfortunately weโ€™ve been unable to fulfil our plans for all the places we were going to take them. Hopefully next year for more adventures.
Ian clift Ian clift from Morecambe wrote on 31st July 2020 at 7:53 am
Hi . .
Just to let you know Raja is fine
And much loved by all the family
He is a great dog .it was a good
Day when we took Raja home.
Home ๐Ÿ˜‰All the best and stay
Safe.
Sarah Buckley Sarah Buckley from Cambridge wrote on 13th June 2020 at 10:10 pm
We were lucky to be considered as adopters as we are so far away, but we are so grateful that you took us on. We have had Milo and Charlie since October and they are such joys. We canโ€™t imagine life without them. Milo will spin on his nose for a ball or a stick, but his favourite is the hose, and Charlie is just the best running mate. They love their daily romps across the fields and coming home to hunt their food in the back garden. We adore them. Thank you.
Sue Sue from Manchester wrote on 29th April 2020 at 5:55 pm
Wanted to update about Benji.
Benji came to us at the end of December 2019. He has settled extremely well and is such a joy to have around. He loves snuggles with us and loves running in the park or on the beach daily with his ball. He loves that i am home with him all day, not working. Eating, sleeping and playing well. He is such a good boy with our young grandson too. Hope this helps the family who had to give him up.
Clare Clare from Stoke on Trent wrote on 1st April 2020 at 8:15 pm
We have been proud owners of Oscar (father) and Vinny (son) for 2 weeks. Oscar seems quite quiet and assesses everything that is going on, whilst Vinny just wants to have fun. Even though we are on lockdown at the moment with the virus we have been able to let them run around our field and enjoy stretching their legs. They have wonderful personalities and look forward to enjoying many fun years with them.
Ian clift Ian clift from Morecambe wrote on 24th March 2020 at 10:30 am
Hi six months with Raja.still going great
I am fitter now than ever. He is a very loving
Dog,He is not to keen on seagulls and guess
What Cats!!! As time has gone on he is a
Trusting dog who just wants to please.
All the best and keep safe.
Ian
Lee Lee from Birmingham wrote on 13th February 2020 at 5:56 pm
Hi we had to give benji up on the 28th of December as of work hours we would love to see how he was getting on and any pictures as we miss him loads
sam SERJENT sam SERJENT from WIGAN wrote on 29th January 2020 at 2:32 pm
Hi I had to give sam up due to illhealth he is 7yrs old brown nd white springer would like to hear how he settleing in ibelieve he is in the isle of man thanks for any info
Benji Benji from Manchester wrote on 28th December 2019 at 11:45 pm
Benji is settling in very well. He has finally stopped barking at the radiator when it warms up and clicks ๐Ÿ˜Š he is adapting well to the halti lead - he isnโ€™t keen but he will get used to it. He has a very high prey drive. Birds flying over are still worth chasing after. He met a cat as we turned a corner. It was a bit quicker than him but only just. There was fur on his lips so thatโ€™s how close he was. Looking forward to taking him up to Scotland and trying him on the beach.
Sue EVANS (was Riley) Sue EVANS (was Riley) from Knutsford wrote on 21st December 2019 at 6:57 pm
It is with much sadness that I write to say that Bobby crossed rainbow bridge this morning, he was 161/2yrs, I have had him for almost 15 years. He has been a wonderful dog. Affectionate obedient and a true companion. RIP Bobby. X
Mrs Joanne Macvinish Mrs Joanne Macvinish from Carnforth wrote on 6th December 2019 at 6:11 am
Hi Just writing of any news about my Remi who was rehomed due to work commitments. He is such a lovely boy miss him loads. Would like to know how he is getting on Love my Remster so very much Thank you
Ian clift Ian clift from Morecambe wrote on 12th November 2019 at 11:34 am
Hi We have had Raja for a month he is
A fantastic dog and settled in well .
Loves his walks playing in the garden.
He is good in the car on trips.Hope to
Update as we go along what a good
Boy he is. Many thanks to NWESSR.
Ian

Rehoming English Springer Spaniels since 1995

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