Charlie - 12 yr old Pom*HOMED*

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Re: Charlie summer holidays in Connemara album

Postby justineemoe » Mon Jul 02, 2012 11:32 pm

Here they are. An album of snaps from our trip to Connemara. Charlie is a wonderful holiday companion. He's just a brilliant dog. Here's the link; https://plus.google.com/u/0/photos/118213382831724909500/albums/5760694755525791025?gpinv=AMIXal9jfDfufUyy_DRSVKkV7VoH0UJb5SURSI5xkYPHCDOSG_pufgLenUBR1F7l3Lwd_VfHD5UM-G6EPEEt2k1hhIOpazfyjK4PJONViI5v7In9y9cDt98
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Charlie's new friend

Postby justineemoe » Mon Jul 09, 2012 12:06 pm

Charlie is a pet, he is such a very good little dog, I find myself telling him that several times a day. We got a new foster kitten from Cat's Aid yesterday - I explained the situation to them with Charlie being in need of a little friend. Along came a kitten who we have named Emily (re her name - the clue is in the picture below). Charlie is so gentle with her and curious. The look on his little face as he watches her mesmerised is so cute. Emily is not yet playing with Charlie - but based on progress so far I think within a week or two they will be great pals. For the moment here is a pic of Emily. Once we know a little more about her I may give her her own thread. If anyone is interested in homing Emily please PM me or call 087 643 7386.
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Re: Charlie - 12 yr old Pom

Postby justineemoe » Mon Jul 16, 2012 11:17 pm

Charlie and Emily are now best friends. As i type they are playing chasing around the sofa. I read in a book that Poms are recognised as being good with other animals particularly if they are socialised at a young age. So Charlie is typical of the breed in that regard. I had charlie sitting up on my lap at the kitchen table last night. It really does feel like holding a big cuddly toy. He has the most fantastic coat which is strangely low maintainence. He doesnt shed either.
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Re: Charlie - 12 yr old Pom

Postby justineemoe » Tue Jul 17, 2012 3:28 pm

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Re: Charlie - 12 yr old Pom*HOMED*

Postby Devlin » Wed Jul 25, 2012 9:43 pm

So delighted for you Charlie :D I did your home check so I know you are going to be totally spoiled by your forever family and have a very happy forever after :D Best wishes to you all look forward to seeing the updates ;)
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Re: Charlie - 12 yr old Pom*HOMED*

Postby Sisterknit » Thu Jul 26, 2012 11:22 am

Charlie has been with us for three days now and has settled in well. He is eating all his meals, and enjoys his walks around the estate, and in Marley Park. He is not in the lest bit bothered by my sister's dog Roo who is visiting us until next weekend (Roo however is a bit jealous!). During the day, he takes little snoozes on his bed in the kitchen - but for night time he has decided he prefers the carpet in our bedroom (!), which is fine with us as he is so quiet. We are delighted to have him with us - thank you so much to DID and his great foster family Justine and John.
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Re: Charlie - 12 yr old Pom*HOMED*

Postby clairef » Thu Jul 26, 2012 11:27 am

Wow he looks so happy and content in the pictures! Thanks do much for the update :-)
I might have to wait, I'll never give up . . . wherever you are, whenever it's right you'll come out of nowhere and into my life . . .And I promise you, kid, I give so much more than I get, I just haven't met you yet.
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Re: Charlie - 12 yr old Pom*HOMED*

Postby Jenny » Thu Jul 26, 2012 12:08 pm

Thank you for the update and great photos - great to see Charlie so settled.
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Re: Charlie - 12 yr old Pom*HOMED*

Postby justineemoe » Sat Jul 28, 2012 10:31 am

Myself and John couldn't wait to see the update on Charlie in Happy Endings! He looks so content and relaxed in the photographs. Seems like Charlie realises already that he has come home. Charlie is such a loveable dog - he deserves the very best in life; and I think that is what he has got, the best possible home. I know you will all be very happy together.
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Re: Charlie - 12 yr old Pom*HOMED*

Postby Sisterknit » Fri Aug 17, 2012 11:44 am

Charlie continues to settle in well with us, and we see more of his personality coming through every day. He has found his favorite spot on the couch - I also got him a nice new bed for the kitchen which he for uses during the day, he accepted it once it got properly lined with a hand crochet blanket (!!). He is a very easy dog to have around - I find that I can take him almost anywhere. He enjoys outings in the car, and visits to other family members - and he loves his walks in Marley and the local area. Charlie is a great addition to our family, and we really love having him with us. I attach a few pictures of the little man here.
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