Monday, 25 September 2017 17:54
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I was able to adopt Sasha ( Sasha B ) early May this year and since getting her she has become more trusting. The first few weeks I couldn’t even touch her ears or brush her, she came to me, when indoors on her own terms. Things have now changed and she wakens me up at 6am every morning with excited barking and nudging me so that she can go for her walk.

She loves playing in the sea or river when she gets the opportunity. Her favourite place for walks is up in the forest near where we live, where she can roam off lead to her hearts content, unless I see a deer before, her then back on the lead.

Getting her has got me out more, she doesn’t give me much option, and she is great company, even with her snoring.

Not really one for playing with other dogs she has recently become friendly with a Springer Spaniel. The Springer ignores her and she just runs after it following it, she’s happy

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