Guest Book (Sorted Version) 2007 - 2

(Jul 28th - Dec 29th)

 

Date & Time Name E-Mail Address & Web Site Address Comment
Dec 29, 2007 at 15:27 trudy carroll (trudy.carroll@tesco.net) I adopted a black lab Jet(now called Tess)almost 18 moths ago and can tell you that this wonderful dog has brought my family so much love joy and entertainment that we cannot imagine life without her. If the family that gave her up for adoption read this, then I would like to thank them for giving her a second chance with us. she loves the beach,the river and anything that involves water!
Dec 23, 2007 at 02:55 Helen Spilman (helenspilman@hotmail.co.uk) Merry Christmas to all at Lab welfare, keep up the good work and Happy 2008. This is our 2nd Christmas with Roly and he is very excited !!
Dec 20, 2007 at 13:09 Michele (michelecowie@yahoo.co.uk) Merry Christmas to all the Labradors and their owners/wannabe owners out there. By handing over Odie I have finally realised that that was the right thing to do. My son and I were at a friends home last night and Sam began sneezing, is eyes were watering badly and he had a rash on his cheeks. Initially I thought it may only happen with Odie, now this confirms it was the right thing to do.  Hope the Lab Welfare has a prosperous new year.
Dec 13, 2007 at 20:47 karl marriott (karlmarriott0@talktalk.net) we lost our lab cross at the begining of the year and are hopeing with your help adopt a yellow or black lab to become a much loved family pet as we have two children aged 3 and 7. 
Dec 01, 2007 at 08:35 Lorraine Gray (lanie.gray@talktalk.net) Rocky came to live us on Monday , hes everything we wanted, although we thought we would have a Girl dog Ha ha, so watch this space !!!!!!!!
Nov 18, 2007 at 13:09 Sarah Morris (desk@domorris.plus.com) We are looking for a black or chocolate labrador bitch aged between 6 to 18 months ideally. I cannot find the adoption form on this new site. If possible could you e-mail me one. Thanks Sarah Morris
Nov 18, 2007 at 11:11 sheila holt (s.holt4@btinternet.com) I have been a member of Labrador Welfare for over 10 years and congratulate you on the work you do to help re-home this beautiful breed. Like the new website and hope it brings in lots of new members and much needed money.
Nov 17, 2007 at 04:36 Lorraine Gray (lanie.gray@talktalk.net) Hi just visiting, we are hoping soon to have a lab come & live with us & our cat,we are hoping for a black bitch up to 4 maybe older , that will enjoy the children, so i hope to be back here in the future ,with good news, bye for now.  
Oct 29, 2007 at 17:23 Michele (michelecowie@yahoo.co.uk) Just a little note for the family that has Odie. He loved the beach and surfing with Sam, my eight year old son. Odie\'s mum came from the Queen mother\'s litter at Sandringham, so there is a little bit of blue blood in him. I hope you love him as much as we do. We still miss him dreadfully but knowing that he has gone to a lovely family has dried up the tears. As a puppy he went to classes, and can do basic commands. He is not a greedy dog, and doesn\'t like gravy or milk adding to his dried food. He loves playing with a ball especially when there are other children around. He is a lovely, faithful dog who is missed everyday here. Unfortunately for us, dad\'s asthma has not subsided at all, but Sam is feeling the benefit of not living with the dog. Sadly, we now know that we shall never have another dog. Tonight I have begun to read \'Marley and Me\' by John Grogan... last week seeing the book caused great despair, today I am laughing and living the book. Alot of the first two chapters could be Odie. By the way his full name is \"Odie Schnitzel von Gruber\", named after the Odie character from Garfield the cat.  Odie loves Pedigree gravy bones/chicken flavour and chewing toes, mens in particular!  Give him a cuddle from us and rub his head hard with the back of your hand... he loves this.  Thank you for looking after him and taking him in to join your family.  Michele
Oct 25, 2007 at 10:01 Elizabeth and Gary (e.kelly40@btinternet.com) Due to unforEseen circumstances we had had to rehouse Bruno and would like to write thank you, for all you have done. Whoever homes him, give him lots and lots of cuddles espically around his ears. Please let him know we have heavy hearts but think of him with a happy smile. He loves the water and rooting around in the woods and hiding his bones. He will be forever missed but hopefully shared with another lovely family. Please love him.
Oct 22, 2007 at 17:21 Michele (michelecowie@yahoo.co.uk) Just had an email from June, Odie has been rehomed and he loves being with his new family. Thank you to the new family, give hime a daily cuddle just from us, tell him we miss him, then throw the ball... Special thanks to June and her team. Odie is an honest, faithful dog, the best you will ever have.
Oct 20, 2007 at 12:27 David Pennington (pennington225@btinternet.com)  http://www.penningtonart.co.uk Christmas will soon be upon us. Over the past number of years I have been producing mainhly pet portraits in oils and watercolours. I may be a trained artist, but can not make a living from it, however Christmas is the most popular time that I may receive a commission or two. So, please visit my website and I will do anything possible to ensure that you too could have a professionally painted pet portrait in time for Christmas. I would be most grateful if you could forward my details to ALL in your contacts. Many thanks Dave
Oct 19, 2007 at 04:59 J.M. & G.N. Hoblyn (fileyfestival@tiscali.co.uk) We are hoping to adopt a dog, and are hoping you can help.
Oct 12, 2007 at 09:36 pippa (pippalittle@yahoo.co.uk) just visiting the website in the hope that we can give a lab a happy, loving home one day soon.
Oct 11, 2007 at 12:20 Michele (michelecowie@yahoo.co.uk) Hello there.  Just to write thank you, for all you have done, when we had to give up Odie. Whoever homes him, give him regular cuddles, with love from the North. Due to a medical condition of our son\'s we had to have Odie rehoused. Please let him know we have heavy hearts but think of him with a smile. He loves Pedigree Chum gravy bones, but doesn\'t like gravy or milk put on his dry food. He loves the beach and rootling around in long grass. He loves bouncing on the trampoline and playing in the fort with the boys. He will be forever missed but hopefully shared with another lovely family. Please love him.
Oct 01, 2007 at 17:16 Helen,Brian,Ollie&Louise (helenspilman@hotmail.co.uk) well we have had Roly a year today, can\'t believe its gone so quick, and can\'t remeber what life was like before him. He has his funny ways but we love him, so thanks again June and everyone at Lab Welfare.
Sep 25, 2007 at 07:19 S Mansfield (sue.mansfield@yahoo.co.uk) Sam (now Samson) has been a part of our family for 2 weeks now and I just wanted to say a realy BIG THANK YOU for allowing him to come into our lives. He has settled in so well it is like he has always been a member of our family. None of us could live without him and I think he feels the same way about us too!!! Thanks again and keep up the good work! X
Sep 10, 2007 at 16:19 Clare, Chris & Jolyon No E-Mail Address Given We\\\'ve had Ruby now for nearly three weeks and she\\\'s slotted into our family with no problems. Thank you so much June, you do a fantastic job! We put a lot of thought into getting a dog and decided a puppy wasn\\\'t for us. After talking to friends & family & looking into it a bit more we decided we would like a lab. Couldn\\\'t believe our luck when we discovered Lab Welfare (& Ruby!). Would recommend to anyone. Thanks again. 
Sep 08, 2007 at 07:14 Orange-Bromehead (randcob@talktalk.net) Can you let us know about Sam
Aug 30, 2007 at 11:40 Jo No E-Mail Address Given Thank you Lab Welfare. Unfortunately, as a result of divorce, I had to say goodbye to my Lab of 11 years in July. It was extremely painful but I know she is well cared in her long term foster home. It makes things much easier to deal with knowing she has gone to a good home and I am really pleased that she will have a happy few years. Thanks
Aug 30, 2007 at 17:40 Sue Mansfield (sue.mansfield@yahoo.co.uk) We are looking for a lab. (pref. a chocolate one) as I have a young son of 3 who loves dogs and walks and my job is at a stables where he/she could run all day and have fun!
Aug 26, 2007 at 14:41 Zoe and Julian Notley (notleyz@aol.com) Thanks to Lab Welfare. The love affair started with Ted two years ago and June listened to what we wanted and matched him perfectly, he is a little peach, and now our latest addition to the lab family - Bramble, who has, again, fitted in so well. They truely are a pleasure. Well done Lab Welfare, your hard work is recognised and appreciated by all. Zoe, Julian, Ted and Bramble.
Aug 22, 2007 at 20:51 steve (info@wagerlogic.com) thank you so much
Aug 13, 2007 at 20:27   vicki smith (vicki_smythe@yahoo.co.uk) We fostered a bitch from you a while ago, molly and as you may know she passed away a few weeks ago. Molly had a serious heart condition and we knew she would not live very long, however i just want to note that the card and on going support you have given to my family has been tremendous and whilst loosing something so precious is very hard, we all know we have let molly live her short life to the full. I wanted to leave a comment so that other people can see what a brilliant organisation this is, and even though molly only had a few precious years of life, labrador welfare gave her that and our family many beautiful memories. thankyou. 
Aug 01, 2007 at 04:30 Adrian Burke (adrian.burke2@btinternet.com) Very good site - it may enable us to adopt a dog.
Jul 30, 2007 at 05:37 Janine Beech (Janinebeech@aol.com) I am looking for a labrador aged between 6 month to 2years ideally. I lost my last lab 18 months ago at the age of 13years... He and i had shared an idealic realationship with lots of love and memories since getting him at 8weeks old. He started having fits at 3years old so have treated him daily for his last 10years. I cannot find the adoption form on this site as i would love to look at Coco and the 8month old one too... Thanks in advance 
Jul 28, 2007 at 15:01 Mark Ashton (mark.ashton@hotmail.co.uk) We are looking for an older labrador for my two elderly aunts. They have had black labs for the last 50 years and have recently lost their last bitch, a retired gun dog. They have been looking for some time in their area, without success. They live in Cropston, a small village north of Leicester. We live in Sheffield and saw a notice in our local vets. We hope you can help or maybe put us on to someone closer to them if you can\'t. Thanks 

 

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