MAGGIE (May 2013) Maggie came to us on the 25th May 2013, she was the grand old age of 14 and was supposed to be a foster but as soon as she entered the Mitchell house we knew she had found her forever home. At first Maggie showed signs of her age but with vets advise she was put on a strict diet and we slowly increased her exercise, I'm happy to say that she very soon was able to keep up with my working dogs and two months before her passing she did a nine mile walk without a sweat. She never ever needed any medication, apart from one ear infection. Maggie was the most loyal dog you could ever wish for, she adored her human and furry family. Maggie was at her happiest snuggling up to my children or my other dogs. She was a gentle sole that every dog respected and loved. She adored people and as you can imagine had her very own fan club, everyone loved her. Sadly in June at the grand old age of sixteen Maggie died from a very short illness, we had the most amazing two years with her and would highly recommend adopting an oldie. No dog could ever replace My Maggie Moo but I would love to be able to offer my home to an oldie again, run free me angel you will always be with us and never ever forgotten xxx Thankyou Wellidog xxx

MAGGIE (May 2013) Maggie came to us on the 25th May 2013, she was the grand old age of 14 and was supposed to be a foster but as soon as she entered the Mitchell house we knew she had found her forever home. At first Maggie showed signs of her age but with vets advise she was put on a strict diet and we slowly increased her exercise, I’m happy to say that she very soon was able to keep up with my working dogs and two months before her passing she did a nine mile walk without a sweat. She never ever needed any medication, apart from one ear infection. Maggie was the most loyal dog you could ever wish for, she adored her human and furry family. Maggie was at her happiest snuggling up to my children or my other dogs. She was a gentle sole that every dog respected and loved. She adored people and as you can imagine had her very own fan club, everyone loved her. Sadly in June at the grand old age of sixteen Maggie died from a very short illness, we had the most amazing two years with her and would highly recommend adopting an oldie. No dog could ever replace My Maggie Moo but I would love to be able to offer my home to an oldie again, run free me angel you will always be with us and never ever forgotten xxx Thankyou Wellidog xxx