Woody

Updated March 1, 2012 Categories: dogs, progress updates, success stories.

Woody has found a home !!

progress update: 1/3/12
Woody is off to his new home today!

Woody is a 7 month old Collie lovely, lovely dog and good with dogs and we would imagine children.
He has only just arrived and we will update him as we get to know him more.

Mark & Karen
Comment on March 5th, 2012.

Woody Update.

Woody is settling in really well.He is enjoying life in the New Forest although still a little nervous of ponies.He is sleeping and eating well and enjoying his new garden.

Mark,Karen and Adam

Helen
Comment on March 7th, 2012.

Hi Mark and Karen, Pleased to hear news of Woody and glad he is settling in with you. Thank you for sending this

Mark & Karen
Comment on March 18th, 2012.

Woody Update;
Hi Helen, Woody is now very much part of the family.He is a special dog and we are amazed at the progress we have made in such a short time. Woody has been to meet Flash (one of your old-boys) and they got on famously. We begin training at the end of the month and will keep you posted.

Helen
Comment on March 19th, 2012.

Hi Mark and Karen, Good to hear that he is getting on so well. Flash was a especially nice dog too. Looking forward to hearing how he gets on in training classes.

Mark & Karen
Comment on April 20th, 2012.

Hi Helen,
Woody is now 4 weeks into his training.Although not the star pupil he has endeared himself to everyone there with his antics! He is obeying all the important commands now but still finds it quite hard to settle when in class.(Easily distracted C+)Still, he’s very young and has made a lot of progress.
He’s happiest running in the forest or sitting under a tree in the garden with a chew.
Around the house he’s an absolute angel and we can’t imagine being without him now.
We’ll let you know how we do in our final few weeks at school.
Kind Regards.

Mark & Karen.

helen
Comment on April 22nd, 2012.

Good luck Woody you can do it I am sure. Look forward to hearing how he does. All the clever dogs are easily distracted.