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Adopted – Enya (4mths) – by one of our fabulous Dobie Mates

She arrived in to foster care with our very own puppy fostering guru Sharon J and has started to come on leaps and bounds…. which may be the operative words for her right now!

Isn’t she adorable  – of course she is but those looks didn’t stop her having a poop in Sharons car when she went to collect her!

She arrived under-weight, environmentally under socialised and not house trained, but as she has started to find her paws, she’s getting more adventurous and playful.   So, what’s been going on for this wee one since she arrived:

  • She’s enjoying her scan
  • She has started crate training which is going well
  • The house training is under way; there have been some mopping up events but it’s early days
  • She has met the two residents Dobies through the pet gate and insists on telling them that they need to play with her
  • She’s finding her feet in the outside world, exploring the flower beds, veg patch, trees, nooks and crannies
  • The first time she took a look at the donkeys she ran in the opposite direction (back to the house), but today she stood her ground (at distance) and gave them a bit of a talking to
  • She likes to nap on her very fluffy cosy bed
  • She has been back in the car and although there were no accidents on the way to the vets, she was sick on the way home
  • She is untested with cats…but maybe she has some cat-like instincts as she was found sunbathing on a windowsill
  • She had not been microchipped, vaccinated or wormed but this is all now sorted

When Enya came to us, she left behind two sisters, who were still available when we checked on Sunday.  Lincs have messaged the owner to try to open a conversation about getting them into rescue, but the owner hasn’t responded.  If you would be interested in one of the remaining pups, we will happily point you in their direction – please email us: If you’d like to become a ‘Dobie Mate’ please email us at the same address.

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