Hello my fellow dog friends and the lovely humans that looked after me at DAWG!
OMG where do I begin?! I have found my forever home and I am settling in nicely, so my family tell me. I have two beds, can you believe it...TWO!! One bed is for me to stay in when my owners go to work and my other bed is in the living room, in front of the fire. I am so cosy there that I live up to my name of 'Lazy Lenny'!
I love going out for walks and I am learning to walk to heel. I get so excited, I wont let my owners put their shoes on!! I go out in the morning before my family go off to work and school and then when my owner (I call Mummy) comes home. We walk through fields and along old tramways and I love to meet and say hello to other dogs and their owners, who are so kind to me. I have made two very special play mates, Callie and Alex. They love to play with me and we have so much fun! I keep hearing them say that I am having a 'mental moment'! This happens quite often as I love my new toys. My family say that I am doing really well. I love my food, a lovely brush and lots of cuddles.
Apparently I have a cheeky side... when my owners sit together on the sofa I like to pop my head between them and steal the cushions! They look much nicer in my bed!!! I also like woolly hats and gloves! I have got a lovely, warm fleece blanket which I like to pull over me to get comfy. This makes everyone laugh!
I have to share my new home with 'Minky', a little, rather cute, fluffy bunny! I am getting used to him and every time I walk past him without a fuss I get a cube of cheese. I think I can tolerate him but we will never be best buddies.
My family keep telling me that they love me and that they feel very lucky to have me. I can't believe my luck and I will continue to be a good boy. I hope all my friends that I shared the kennels with will find their forever home and be happy, just like me.
I want to say a big thank you to all the lovely humans, especially Mandy, who cared for me and my friends and helped turn our lives around.
Posted on February 21, 2013
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