Caroline, 48, said: ‘It was only a couple of years ago that I gave up hope but I was still checking all the lost dog sites.‘But being able to get her back to her loving home is wonderful, just the good news we need this year.’.
Caroline Reay, clinical lead at Blue Cross, stresses that the cube should be an appropriate size for the dog.For example, you don’t want to give a tiny dog a massive ice cube.
Caroline has urged owners to do their homework – as they would before getting any dog (Picture: Caroline Eyles)Lady was fostered the same way and Caroline was able to meet her first before deciding to adopt – while with Cody she had only seen a photograph and description before.
Sick of the annoying things done to her, Baboy, lovingly known as Dog With A Sign, holds up useful reminders.And because it’s imperative for one to keep their professional life separate from their private, Baboy also has her own Insta account detailing her every day, non-sign-holding life.
Skye even sits patiently as the kittens use her as a climbing frame (Picture: SWNS)‘Skye was a natural, she soon had their coats shining and fluffy and she was super diligent not only ensuring they toileted after every meal, but cleaning up thoroughly afterwards.