Monday, 28 October 2013 20:15
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After a recue dog has been with it's new owner for approximately three months a member of the GSR Scotland team is asked to re-visit the new owner and check that all is well.

It fell to me to visit Mr Gillespie and his family to check on Sheba. I went along with my daughter and we were once more given a great welcome. Mr Gillespie is just the calmest of persons. The whole time we were with the family Sheba never took her eyes off the face of Mr Gillespie. Sheba is a lovely looking dog and obviously adores Mr Gillespie. A happier dog I would charge anyone to witness. A true success story. Mr Gillespie travels Scotland attending motor bike rallies with his son and Sheba already knows the routine. If you see a German Shepherd driving a white van that will be Sheba!.

All I can say is, 'Thank you Mr Gillespie you are a STAR!'.

By Nita Asut

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