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Chloe Wilson Chloe Wilson from Wirral wrote on 6th July 2018 at 12:00 pm
Re: Charlie
Thanks for the update on how heโ€™s getting on. Itโ€™s clear heโ€™s found a loving home.

I have been reading your monthly updates and I have to say I cried when hearing how you appreciate his little quirks.

To give you some background to them. He looks in the bird baths because he would regularly go to our allotment, which had a pond. Heโ€™s so clever that he very quickly understood that where there was water, there were things he could chase, despite being told off for scaring the toads and tadpoles.

We got Charlie when he was 6 weeks old and my husband would take him on camp when he was still in the Royal Marines. He would walk into the shower with John and try to โ€œdry/lickโ€ him from under the water. This carried on at our home and there was rarely a day when I was in the shower that Charlieโ€™s wasnโ€™t sat on the mat waiting for me.

He refused to leave my side when I was in labour. He knew when I was sad and needed a dog hug. He is the most loyal, affectionate, wonderful dog and I miss him every day.

You clearly seem to understand this and Iโ€™m so happy you love him so much. I only wish weโ€™d have gotten help with how to introduce him to our son. ๐Ÿ˜ข please keep the updates coming. Although slightly heartbreaking I love seeing him so happy.

Charlieโ€™s favourite game was hide and seek. If you ask him to leave the room and then hide a favourite toy, he loves sniffing it out. We spent many an evening doing this....he never gets bored of it. Thank you again.
Nola Fish Nola Fish from Southport wrote on 16th June 2018 at 10:05 pm
We are looking forward to rehome a Springer .We are responable dog owners.If a suitable dog is available please let us know Thank you
Admin Reply by: NWESSR webmaster
Hi Nola,
Make sure you keep checking the website for dogs needing a home.
gillian beasor gillian beasor wrote on 16th June 2018 at 9:56 pm
We rehomed Dexter from your Runcorn kennels 10 years ago. We were his 4 th home and he was still only 1 year old. He was so anxious around people for the first year but with love and patience he has been the best dog and we adore him.
He is such a cuddly friendly dog and although he has cataracts and arthritis he still enjoys his walks and strangely enjoys my husband taking the bins out! Think thatโ€™s because he gets a treat for helping.
Dexter is slower these days but he has enriched our lives and as a family we love him so much. I am pleased to say we were his forever home. ๐Ÿ˜
Becky Worsley Becky Worsley from Southport wrote on 12th May 2018 at 7:34 am
To Chloe Wilson re Charlie
What a coincidence, your request hadnโ€™t been published when I wrote to the guestbook.
As I said Charlie is thriving. He is an absolute joy to share each new day with, every one greeted with unbridled enthusiasm!
We appreciate the hard work and training you obviously put in with him, he is very well behaved with good manners.
Please rest assured he is loved enormously.
Becky Worsley Becky Worsley from Southport wrote on 30th April 2018 at 7:44 am
Re Charlie
Just in case Charlieโ€™s previous family check the website for updates; having been at Mitton Hall kennels since October (who did a fabulous job with him) Charlie has lived with us for eight weeks now. He has such a lust for life and is full of joy. Everyone who meets him comments on what a happy soul he is. He absolutely loves running in the pinewoods, sand dunes, and the beach, sploshing or swimming at every opportunity. We are lucky to have a large garden which he delights in.
His nervousness is fading in to the back ground and he is responding to new situations really well. He takes his time getting to know people but every now and again will astound us, like when he walked over to a stranger in the vets (on a โ€˜social and familiarisation visit), sat leaning against her legs and demanded a fuss!
In short he settled in quicker and better than we could ever have dreamt, and we can say with confidence he enriches our lives as much as it appears we do his.
Thanks to Sandra and the team at Mitton Hall and to Michael at NWESSR. Also to Charlieโ€™s previous owners for doing the best thing for Charlie by taking him there.
Becky and Damian
Chloe Wilson Chloe Wilson from Wirral wrote on 18th April 2018 at 8:25 pm
We had to give up Charlie in October 2017 after loving him for nearly 9 years. We miss him every day and we were recently given the news heโ€™d been rehomed.
To whom ever is lucky enough to have my gorgeous boy, please could we get some photos of him or an update on how heโ€™s getting on. We had no choice but to give him up for adoption but hope heโ€™s found owners who love him as much as we do.
Andrea & Paul Moss Andrea & Paul Moss from Burnley wrote on 10th March 2018 at 7:10 pm
We have had Jerry for a month now and just wanted to say how well he has settled in he gets on great with our Labrador retriever Dexter and cat Tigger , feels like he has been here forever , he has just celebrated his 11th birthday but looks 4-5
Lynne Thompson Lynne Thompson from Rochdale wrote on 7th March 2018 at 4:51 pm
Hi, I'd just like to thank you all for the terrific job you do in rescuing and rehoming springers!
I currently have a beautiful girl Breeze to look after who was more like a tornado when she was picked up from Warrington over 6 years ago.!
She is the nicest natured , gentle creature I have ever known and of course has won our hearts.
Although she is slowing down somewhat as she is now over 12 years old ; each morning she is like a young
puppy so full of beans!
I hope we enjoy her for a few more years at least!
Thanks again!
Kath James Kath James from Bourton, Dorset wrote on 16th February 2018 at 10:03 pm
We adopted Jess (was Amy) 10 years ago when we lived in Lancashire. She was very challenging and pretty poorly when we got her. After 10 years and still suffering with osteoarthritis and having slipped a disc, sheโ€™s still a beautiful dog enjoying life to the full. She had been abused but is the most trusting loving dog. She hates certain noises, mobile phones, and chases lights and reflections, but I think weโ€™ve given her a great life and sheโ€™s a very happy, content dog. Weโ€™ll be forever grateful to you for introducing us to Jess. Iโ€™m sure youโ€™re still doing a great job.
Karen Karen from Blackpool wrote on 16th February 2018 at 5:09 pm
5 weeks tomorrow at 11am I brought Bailey home from your clitheroe rescue centre. I would like to say a big thankyou to Micheal and all the staff. Bailey as settled in very fast taken over the house and my bed. He loves the beach and parks and next week we will take him running on Becon fell he'll love the forest im sure. He is now my soul mate as it should be and i love him to bits. Thankyou very much for my Bailey from the bottom of my heart xxx
Claire King Claire King from Blackpool wrote on 7th February 2018 at 5:58 pm
This message is for Barbara Stephenson

We had to give Belle up in August. Iโ€™m so glad that she has been re homed and is very happy and has settled into her new home really well . Her birthday is the 15th August she was 3 last year.
Jamie & Dianne Jamie & Dianne from Shropshire wrote on 3rd February 2018 at 8:32 pm
Hello,

This is a message for Christine Kelly from Lancashire. We re-homed Alfie and wanted to let you know he is absolutely adorable! All the hard work that you did with him showed as soon as he was here. Your note/letter that came with him was invaluable to us and definately helped him to settle in with us quickly. We would love to share some pictures of him with you! X
Mark Mark from Prestatyn wrote on 3rd February 2018 at 5:00 pm
Hi. Our lovely Ollie was re-homed on 3rd September 2017. We miss him very much and would love to hear how he is doing in his new home and that he has settled well.
barbara stephenson barbara stephenson from warrington wrote on 26th January 2018 at 8:21 pm
we got our second rescue springer named Belle in late August, she was like a hurricane slowly but surely she is calming down, dog training has helped she is perfect, but soon forgets, she is very loyal she still loves to steal things but gives them up now. so thanks so much for choosing us to have her.
Ann robertson Ann robertson from Manchester wrote on 11th January 2018 at 5:33 am
Would just like to thank nwessr for allowing us to adopt ruby who we have adopted around October just to let you know she is doing great and is running the socks off my daughters springer who obviously needed a springer friend as sheโ€™s never hunted before and they are both loving there adventures together sheโ€™s a lovely gentle dog cuddly and a real amusement to our family with her constannt squeaky ball who she teases mollie with
Victoria Victoria from Rawtenstall wrote on 5th January 2018 at 3:04 pm
Hi - thought I'd just add an update on our gorgeous Sammie (Samantha) just in case her previous owners ever checked in here. She's 5 now but still doesn't look a day over 12 months old. We've had the pleasure of owning her for over 3 years now and not a single day goes by without us being so grateful for having her. She's just perfect in every way, always happy and a real character . We really enjoy attending Crufts every year on behalf of NWESSR talking to people about adopting NWESSR dogs and just generally charming the public, she such a show off.
Laurie Dyer Laurie Dyer from Mytholmroyd, Hebden Bridge wrote on 29th November 2017 at 1:17 pm
I am the author of Rescue Me - Dollyโ€™s story.
Yesterday I appeared on channels 4โ€™s Countdown programme. I managed to talk about nwessr and as a result have had a number of orders for the book. It is going well. Over ยฃ800 in profit so far for the charity. Watch the programme on catch up to see how we did. Dolly is fine although has arthritis in both elbows so has slowed down โ€˜a bitโ€™.
Suzanne Suzanne wrote on 2nd November 2017 at 7:07 pm
This is a message for Debbie, who was asking about Oscar. We are his new family and have always wondered whether he's done things like the beach before!
He's such a fabulous dog and we love him to bits, he still gets a bit anxious from time to time but he is incredibly loving and such a handsome boy!
We will keep his stories up to date on this website, along with photos so you can see what he's up to. But thank you for giving us the chance to let him join our family, we absolutely love him to bits xx
Nia Nia from Caernarfon wrote on 6th October 2017 at 5:26 pm
Was over the moon to receive photos of Griff today.Even though Iโ€™ve cried since seeing them Iโ€™m glad that heโ€™s ok.Miss you everyday Griff and I wonโ€™t stop loving and thinking about you.๐Ÿ˜ขโค๏ธ๐Ÿถโค๏ธ๐Ÿถ
Nia Nia wrote on 25th September 2017 at 10:36 am
Happy 5th birthday to Griff today wherever you may be.Missing you everyday ๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข๐Ÿ˜ข

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