Got Cassie from you 5 yrs ago this past July, She is still a bit of a shy girl, she lost one of her sisters in June, and she looked for her for a while but has now settled down again with her other sister Rosie, also a rescue dog. She is a great wee dog, very intelligent and a joy to have, never any bother at all, she fitted in just great, the first night we got her i was so worried in case my other 2 dogs didnt get on with her in the night i didnt sleep at all, ended up going down at 2 am and they were all sound asleep!
Cassie is now 8 yrs young and was very ill this year, when she was spayed, 5 yrs ago, she took a reaction to the stitches internally and unknown to us a growth had formed and attached to her bladder, she then, unconnected to this, had eaten some crab and become ill, on a visit for this the vet found the growth and had to operate to remove it, that was a horrible time for us as she was so poorly. Luckily she is fine now and back to her usual self. She is a real sun lover and loves to lie in the sun , so much so i have o shut the curtains before she gets too hot.We are so glad we found her and wouldnt part with her for the world
Diane and Stewart Duncan
Each year over 1000 animals pass through our doors - most abandoned or unwanted. The Home is a registered charity and is largely dependent on donations, legacies and the support of the public to help fund the cost of looking after the animals and securing their future. Scottish Registered Charity No: SC012708