3/10/2011 Many Tears have passed on the sad news that Penny had to be put to sleep due to cancer. She remained in the care of her fosterer and was loved and well cared for to the end. Sleep tight Penny :(
Penny is a very sweet and loyal 8 year old ex-breeding lab. She’s currently being cared for in a foster home for Many Tears Animal Rescue but really deserves a special person and home of her own.
This gorgeous girl is affectionate towards both humans and dogs. She walks happily next to you on her lead and will trot alongside you gazing up to you every now again with lots of love in her eyes. Please don’t rule this girl of by her age, she is so very sprightly and deserves a chance. This is what her fosterer has to say about this lovely girl:
“Perfect Penny, she might be eight years old but her heart is still very young. Show Penny a lead and she is always keen to go out for a walk, 20 minutes is ample at the moment as she is overweight and a bit stiff when she gets going. She is housetrained, sleeps soundly at night in the front room with our own dogs, waits patiently at meal times. Penny can also be left for a few hours either on her own or with the others here without any problems at all. When I’m not around she takes the opportunity to have a snooze and when I am around she is never far from me. Penny deserves a quiet retirement home with leisurely walks and a big soft dog bed”.
If you are interested in Penny, please contact Many Tears Animal Rescue by completing the adoption form which can be found by following the link under Penny’s details of their website. You will receive a response either by e mail or phone within 24 hours of MTAR receiving the completed form. If you need to contact the rescue centre, please do so between 10am and 4pm on 01269 843084 or e mail firstname.lastname@example.org
Please mention that you saw Penny on the Oldies Club website.
PLEASE NOTE: Many Tears Animal Rescue nearly always home ex-breeding dogs where there is ALREADY A RESIDENT DOG living in the house. They have usually never lived in a house before and are only used to canine company. They usually get their confidence and learn faster with another dog to copy from. This also helps with house training and learning how to walk on a lead. They will make lovely pets but do need a lot of love, time and patience.