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Peter Hodgson Peter Hodgson from Southerness wrote on 12th October 2019 at 12:27 pm
It is with great sadness that Piper crossed the Rainbow Bridge this morning, we adopted him some 8yrs ago and he has enriched our lives RIP Piper free from pain, run run boy
Chloe Wilson Chloe Wilson wrote on 30th September 2019 at 8:38 pm
Hi, if Charlieโ€™s owners look at the guestbook could we have an update and some pictures if possible? Itโ€™s coming to nearly 2 years since we had to give him up and we still think about him. We would really appreciate and update on how heโ€™s doing. Thanks Chloe
Theresa Evans-STONE Theresa Evans-STONE from Ellesmere port chester wrote on 26th September 2019 at 2:26 pm
Still hoping the owners of oscar will see this and give us an update to how hes doing. Miss him so much just want to know hes happy and stress free .thank you
Alan Hayes Alan Hayes from WALSALL wrote on 12th August 2019 at 6:14 pm
An update on our boy. Zak is now nearly 16 and a half, we went to Stoke to get him 8 yrs ago this month from some kennels there, John was the contact there. He was put in kennels with his sister Poppy we think but she had already been adopted. Zak is truly loved beyond words, has a lovely life, the vet says he is marvellous for his age, hearing and eyesight are good and a strong heart. He has arthritus in his back legs but still loves a gentle walk to the park or over the pool. We adore him and our lives are entwined, he loves to come with us in a hotel that allows dogs as he is the star of the show.
Terry Kenny Terry Kenny from LIVERPOOL wrote on 20th July 2019 at 12:13 am
Hi, any updates please from our boy Hugo. He was rehomed in July 2016. Iโ€™ve emailed a few times before but had no reply. We was only told he was rehomed to a rural location to a lady owner who also had a female springer after I dropped him off by Clitheroe. Would love to hear that our boy is happy and healthy. Never stop thinking about him, and circumstances not withstanding he would have still been with us now. Thank you whoever took him in and also to any reply.
Monika Golinska Monika Golinska from Runcorn wrote on 17th June 2019 at 6:54 am
Hi All, I am writing regarding our boy Rufus who has found his new family in May this year.
I am hoping that his new family love him as much as we do and enjoy his company.
Would it be possible to get more update about Rufus? I miss Rufus every day and I would be so grateful if his new family could share with me more update on how he is getting on.
Thank you so much for reading , Monika
andrea brandwood andrea brandwood from stalybridge wrote on 11th February 2019 at 7:58 pm
Hi
I had to let my dog oliver be rehomed in January 2017 with a heavy heart I have only just discovered this page. I have never stopped thinking about him and miss him everyday would help if I knew that he was well and enjoying his new home so I can tell my son hes ok too.
Thankyou Andrea and Zak
Chris Chris from Halifax wrote on 3rd February 2019 at 11:05 pm
We have just rehomed a beautiful little girl called Maja, if her old family would like photos etc please let me know.
Kathryn Burns Kathryn Burns from Bury wrote on 3rd February 2019 at 7:09 pm
I just thought I'd drop in and say hi. I can't imagine after all these years that our little girl Bellas previous family check on here but have loved reading some lovely stories on here that I thought I'd share pour experience.
Bella is now 13. We visited kennels in Stoke to see if we were to be adopted by her. She was (is) the prettiest little thing but has certainly challenged us over the years.
It took her some time to settle; we were her 3rd home at 2 as well as her being in kennels with the RSPCA and of course before coming home, at NWESSR.
She suffered terribly from separation anxiety and caused endless complaints from our neighbours, but, we never gave up, she deserved that from us. Walks were always a challenge as she'd get scent of something most days and "do one" regularly. We kept in contact for some time with the behaviourist Janet who supported her whilst in your care, this helped a lot.
Fast forward to today and she's very settled and happy, she has been for years. We have a Chocolate Labrador now who's 5 years her junior, but she's the boss and runs rings around her. Best thing we ever did getting her a companion (quite by default if I'm honest) but it did her a world of good.
She's greying around the muzzle but everyone who meets her find it hard to believe her age.
We're now home checkers; I say we because she always comes with me and loves her visits.
We've done one today which is why I've come back here for a nosey.
I'm thrilled to be able to support this charity and give something back. Thank you for our wonderful girl who makes us smile every day.
theresa theresa from chester wrote on 28th January 2019 at 7:26 am
Still hanging on with the hope someone will post about our gorgeous boy Oscar .we know he has a new home and I'm sure he's doing great. I just need to know he's happy so my heart can heal a bit. Miss home so very much .thanks for reading x
Becky Becky wrote on 8th December 2018 at 6:58 pm
For Chloe Wilson regarding Charlie:
Rest assured Charlie has settled brilliantly and is loved very much by myself and my husband, and also my elderly parents whose lives he lights up when he visits.
One day I will risk my running watch on his harness to measure how far he goes because he must do at least double the mileage I do in the woods. He canโ€™t get enough of it!
Chloe Wilson Chloe Wilson from Wirral wrote on 15th November 2018 at 8:06 pm
If Charlieโ€™s new owners check the website, it would be lovely to have an update on how heโ€™s doing. We miss him a lot and would love to see how heโ€™s settling in.
Stephanie Stephanie from Widnes wrote on 2nd November 2018 at 7:22 pm
Hi
I am reposting my original post from last year. I am desperate to hear any news on Kess please. We miss her so much....
we rehomed our beautiful springer Kess on 18th June 2017. We would really like to hear how she has settled in to her new home. We miss her deeply and want to know she is happy. Our little girl asks about her often she has only just turned 2 but remembers her Kessy. Any info would be greatly appreciated. Thanks
NWESSR webmaster NWESSR webmaster wrote on 15th October 2018 at 7:44 pm
Hi Liz,

We will post updates as and when we receive them, we need to remember that all updates are voluntary.
Liz Liz from Liverpool wrote on 15th October 2018 at 3:24 pm
Hi,
Any news on Kiya & Ice, how are they doing.
Ive not seen any updates for quite some time.
Any updates/pics will be truely appreciated

Thanks liz x
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NWESSR webmaster NWESSR webmaster wrote on 30th August 2018 at 5:57 pm
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Elliot Eastwick Elliot Eastwick from Stockport wrote on 30th August 2018 at 10:12 am
Just joined and hoping I can help with rehoming a Springer. I have a lovely Springer called Lucy already. I've had her 12 years and LOVE the breed.
Dawn Price Dawn Price from BURY wrote on 29th July 2018 at 4:57 pm
Have checked on the website a number of times since our dog was originally re-homed in October 2016 in case there was an update, and today I did a double take when I read the story of one of the dogs who has been re-homed. He looks as handsome as ever and lovely to hear that he is getting the opportunity to be a working dog. We often think about him and although we now have another dog ( which has worked out very happily) we will never forget out first dog.
Theresa Evans-stone Theresa Evans-stone from ELLESMERE PORT wrote on 12th July 2018 at 4:20 pm
Iv just seen that oscar has being rehomed. Im so so happy for him and id like to thank nwssr for taking good care of him and giving him this chance. And to the new mum, dad family to oscar thank you. He will bring you so much love and joy. I have left msg earlier asking if you can find it in your hearts to let us know hob has doings we will Beach eternally gratefull. Were missed him so very much. Thank you again
Theresa Evans-stone Theresa Evans-stone from Chester wrote on 6th July 2018 at 8:33 pm
Hi. We had to give up our beautiful boy Oscar in the hopes he would find someone who could give him as much love as we did but also the exercise and freedom to be a happy stress free dog which sadly due to my husband having a couple of strokes and myself having to work mainly nights to bring in a wage we were unable to give him the latter.

I am hoping with all my heart that when he goes to his new home that whoever is lucky enough to have him in their lives, would please put someone updates on this site so we know we've done the right thing for him. And to let you know we really struggled with the decision to let him go but because we loved him so so much we had to do what was right for Oscar not for us and we miss him greatly and still love him.

If your readings this and you have oscar then thank you. I'm finishing this now as I'm getting upset because all I want is to cuddle him and say sorry to him and tell him we love him still.

Rehoming English Springer Spaniels since 1995

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