Write a new entry for the Guestbook

Fields marked with * are required.
Your E-mail address won't be published.
For security reasons we save the IP address
It's possible that your entry will only be visible in the guestbook after we reviewed it.
We reserve the right to edit, delete, or not publish entries.

Please note : That the guestbook facility is not for contacting nwessr(use facebook/email/other contact methods indicated on this site) but for owners(rehomed/homed dogs) to contact each other.
119 entries.
Helen Leavy Helen Leavy from Co Galway, Ireland wrote on 4th January 2017 at 3:11 pm
Happy New Year to all at Nwessr. Just a wanted to ask Ian how Kofi is getting on. I hope he is well and had a lovely Christmas. I always love to hear what he has been up to and to know he is happy and enjoying life.
Lesley Deacon Lesley Deacon from Frinton on Sea wrote on 1st January 2017 at 12:11 pm
Happy new year to all at NWESSR. Thank you for all your hard work and for bringing Cosmo into our lives in 2016 he has settled in so well and we love him to bits
Joleen Platten Joleen Platten from CHORLEY wrote on 28th November 2016 at 11:54 am
Clary, I was wondering how Clary was getting on she was rehomed in January 2016. My daughter would love to make sure she is okay and happy in her new home.

Thank you
Joleen Platten Joleen Platten from CHORLEY wrote on 28th November 2016 at 11:53 am
Hi, This is a message for Helen who adopted Olive, Thank you for rehoming her, it broke my heart to have to have made the decision to let her go, is there any change of a picture for my daughter to see how Olly is getting on?

Thank you
Julie Neary Julie Neary from Penrith wrote on 24th November 2016 at 1:37 pm
Could anybody from NWESSR tell me what happened to Pete after I surrendered him to you. He had lots of problems. I would love to know what happened to him. Thank you.
Marie Marie from Manchester wrote on 23rd November 2016 at 9:52 pm
Dear Margaret and Liz so sorry to read about Guinness - he was clearly so special and loved by both his families and Iā€™m sure many of us have enjoyed following his story.
Margaret Casson Margaret Casson from Heysham wrote on 21st November 2016 at 6:03 pm
Hi Liz. Thank you so much for those kind words. Guinness came back home last Thursday and he will be going to be with Jim and Bonnie. My lovely gentle boy, I will miss him so much. Love Margaret
Stuart sprules Stuart sprules from Lancaster wrote on 18th November 2016 at 8:16 pm
My two ladies cassia and masie with us for 3 years have been fantastic since my wife's death they will not leave my side and actually quite embbarising when one needs bathroom stood at door waiting.whoever said animals have no feelings should feel ashamed .with my ladies I am able to.cope with my sad loss.
Elizabeth Harvey Elizabeth Harvey from ellesmere port wrote on 17th November 2016 at 2:34 pm
Hi Margaret I am so sorry to hear the very sad news of you losing Guinness. He was a very lucky boy to have had you and I was so pleased when I learnt that my beautiful boy had been re homed with such a wonderful person. Again thank you for giving him the most wonderful life that I was unable to give him, but it was made bearable knowing that he had you. I know it is a very difficult time for you but just remember all the lovely memories that you have with Guinness. I am thinking of you and I send my love to you. Thank you again, love Liz . RIP Guinness (ding dong as we called you) I will always think of you xxx
phill & trina phill & trina from stockport wrote on 9th November 2016 at 11:57 am
Hi all we would just like to tell you about poppy which we have had now for over 4 years she is known as one of the famous 12 rescued by the r.s.p.c.a. when she was around 12 months old she has made herself right at home since the first day and has come on leaps and bounds with the guidance of dasiy our 8 year old springer the only bad thing is that after owning poppy for 6 months she was found to have epilespy which is managed well with medication we thank you all at nwessr for bringing poppy into our lives as we love her to bits and knowing that her time is limited with us as a fit could kill her at any time we make every day count she is fast asleep at the moment curled up next to dasiy after her mornig walk.
Admin Reply by: NWESSR webmaster
Phill and Trina,

Thanks for the update on Poppy.
Elizabeth Harvey Elizabeth Harvey from ELLESMERE PORT wrote on 7th November 2016 at 6:55 pm
Hi can anyone help me. I have been trying to get in touch with Michael Emmett from the Homing Office with regards to Guinness. I have been informed by Margaret Casson that he has been trying to get hold of me. I have emailed and called several times today. Can anyone help as I would like to know about Guinness asap. Thanks in advance for any help
Margaret Casson Margaret Casson from Heysham wrote on 6th November 2016 at 2:17 pm
Hi Liz.
Unfortunately Guinness isn't very well.
Michael Emmett has been trying to get hold of you via the phone number he has for you, but presumes you have moved. If you contact him, Homing Officer, he will update you. Sorry but I didn't know of any other way to contact you other than on here.
Margaret Casson
Elizabeth Harvey Elizabeth Harvey from ELLESMERE PORT wrote on 23rd October 2016 at 10:02 pm
Just like to wish Guinness a very Happy birthday for yesterday. So sorry I didn't yesterday as I didn't realise the date. Anyway happy birthday my gorgeous boy, I hope u had a wonderful day. All my love, hugs and kisses forever. I miss u soooo much xxxxxxx
Georgina Shackleton Georgina Shackleton from Sheerness wrote on 15th October 2016 at 11:34 pm
I thought I would let you know how Archie is getting on we adopted him in 2008 he was 1 year old.
He loves it down here in Kent. There are lots of lovely walks, lots of water & the sea to swim in. It's very hard to remember he is 9yrs old. I will try and post so photos of him on the website. I love the new website. As I write this Archie is asleep on my bed, Regards Georgina Shackleton
Admin Reply by: NWESSR webmaster
Hi Georgina, Thanks for the update. Photo's would be great šŸ˜€
Alison Chesterton Alison Chesterton from AYLESBURY wrote on 8th October 2016 at 5:20 pm
Just came to look on the website our two springers Jazz and Max are two successes and their story is to be featured here we are so lucky to have them they have made the last six years so happy x
Helen Flanagan Helen Flanagan from Salford wrote on 16th September 2016 at 2:28 am
Love the new site . just to let you know Olive now Olly is doing well and a joy to have
Admin Reply by: NWESSR webmaster
Hi Helen,

Thanks for letting me know about Olive(Olly). Any chance of some photos and a paragraph or two on how they are getting on.

I can then put it in the success stories section.

Thank you
Joyce D Joyce D from Manchester wrote on 3rd September 2016 at 10:37 am
Love the new look site. Tess & Missy are still going strong with us 😃 Can I ask, did Fudge get rehomed????
Admin Reply by: NWESSR webmaster

Thanks for your kind words. Yes, Fudge has been re-homed.


Brian Brian from Blackburn Lancs wrote on 23rd August 2016 at 11:51 pm
Love springers, love your site
Admin Reply by: NWESSR webmaster
Hi Brian,

Thank you!
Andrew Heard Andrew Heard from Blackburn wrote on 19th August 2016 at 10:44 am
Great new website, bright, fresh and full of energy. Keep up the good work looking after spaniels in need and finding forever homes as these dogs deserve to be loved forever. Thankyou for all your efforts on behalf of every Springer out there Xx🐶ā¤ļø
Admin Reply by: NWESSR webmaster
Hello Andrew,

Thank you for your kind words.



Rehoming English Springer Spaniels since 1995

Social media & sharing icons powered by UltimatelySocial