Eddie & Daisy Very Special Story Need Special Home

£50

Stroud, Gloucestershire

Pet Description

WE NEED THESE LITTLE DOGS STORY TO GO EVERYWHERE TO HELP FIND THEM A NEW FAMILY LETS PROVE ALL THE RESCUES AND PEOPLE THAT TURNED THESE DOGS AWAY OR DID NOT EVEN BOTHER REPLYING WRONG AND THAT THERE IS PEOPLE WHO WILL LOVE AND CHERISH EDDIE & DAISY.....

If you would like to contribute to their vet bill and their future medication for the next 12 months which can go with them when we find their forever home our PAYPAL address is starfishdogrescue@hotmail.co.uk it would be appreciated.

UPDATE: Have spoken to Daisy & Eddie's vets they are 16 not 14 !!! their date of birth is January 1999 - money was left in vets accounts to have both these dogs destroyed but they have refunded the money back to themselves. Both these dogs have been with their owner since tiny puppies - they have been well looked after by their owners have been boosted every year, received regular vet treatment both have been loved cherished pets. They have suffered neglect at the boarding kennels where they have been boarded, lost half their body weight probably because they were just given biscuits which with their teeth they would find difficult. Its taken two days for them to start de stressing, sleeping and eating properly they are now starving eating well and on four small meals a day. Little Daisy is blind and deaf we think but is settling but taking longer than Eddie who is like a pig in s***t, and is even playing with toys.

We have helped a lot of dogs over the years that other rescues would not help for various reason or were difficult to rehome ie their age, disabilities etc and always been very successful in finding them amazing forever homes. These two wee souls will be our biggest challenge yet but we could not ignore their plight which was desperate and they were not ready to leave this world yet - somebody probably their mummy and daddy in heaven were looking down of them and made sure they were safe.

The reason they will be hard to home is their age they are 16 years old brother and sister and they are inseparable they cannot be split up so we need an earth angel to see this and I am sure there is someone who was meant to offer them their home and heart. They have been together and their family since puppies so have never known any other family.

Starfish will before they leave us get everything done medically and has started a fund raiser as there will obviously not be an adoption fee like usual which helps and often covers the vet fees, we want to be able to provide to who ever adopts them at least for 12 months the medications they need which we are hoping will help secure them a forever home for what ever time they have left.

Our next job will be to start looking for their forever home - most people know their story but will tell in a shorten version. Eddie & Daisy have been with their family since puppies unfortunately 2 years ago their mummy died. November this year their daddy went on holiday and left them in boarding kennels - he unfortunately got ill and was hospitalized. The dogs were left in the kennels. Last week their daddy passed away and his son ordered the destruction of the dogs the same day. Fortunate for them an angel who walked dogs for this kennels managed to get a reprieve for a few days and contacted as many rescues as possible most did not have space and most did not even bother replying. We could not get these little souls out of mind that first horrible picture we were sent from the kennel which you can see in their montage we could not get out of our minds. Knew it would be a tough one but their plight had made their way to us for a reason. They arrived very smelly, dirty, skinny and stressed out of their heads. As you can see from the videos they started to calm down, its still early days and they are going to struggle with the change at their age.

I bath them both and then we had cuddles on the sofa for the afternoon while we waited for their foster family to come and get them and they never showed any aggression at all just sweet souls, Eddie was the first to calm down and show his lovely side, poor little Daisy the frailer one of the two struggled more. They are in foster care currently with two other terriers and are fine although Eddie if challenged will stick up for himself. No cats he tried to chase my cat.

Videos

Eddie relaxing - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=t9Zwq0s3mJg

Eddie bless him - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=Cduedv1F3Is

Little Daisy finally poor little poppet - https://www.youtube.com/watch?v=QbxwSF4PP04

So who is this person who will take on these two little souls for what time they have left - it may only be 12 months to 2 years it may be longer - they have very obviously been loved all their life and this last 4 months has been hell for them, they are in a very neglected state, sad and confused. We will give them everything they need but they need a forever home as soon as possible so we can save other little souls like these guys.

These two babies need to re homed together its not an option to split them so please do not ask, they love the garden and both are still very sprightly for their age and will be even better once they have put weight on. I am hoping there is a earth angel out there who will see this and think they are maybe perfect for a lonely relative with a secure garden who is too old to consider another dog but missing the company - I am sure their mummy & daddy are looking down from heaven and know who this person is and we so look forward to hearing from you.

Home checks apply as always - please email us starfishdogrescue@hotmail.co.uk

Will continue to update their progress and their profile.

Advert Type:For Sale
Age:16 years, 2 months old - More Info
Pet Breed:Jack Russell
Price:£50
Pet tags:jack russell for adoption, pets for adoption, dogs for adoption

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