Welcome to the forum jacksmum, hope you enjoy it here. If you need any help with the forum don't hesitate to ask, we all were new once
I'm Toni with 4 rescue cats aged between 6/7 & 16, although I was brought up with dogs. At lot of the members here take an interest in all types of pets so we tend to look at all the boards Look forward to hearing more about your lovely looking dogs (assuming that that they are the 3 in your profile) Probably got it wrong but would Lilly be the white one?
Happy days with Roman, Osiris & Lexie (remembering Chloe & Penny)
Thank you all for the nice welcome, Jack is the "little legs" of the bunch he was 9yrs old in April, i have had him since he was about 7 weeks old , he was found a week earlier dumped in a box on the street, Next is Charlie who is a rescue Whippet x Poodle ,!!! he came to me from rescue aged 13 months old , i am his 4th owner, Last but not least is Lilly (the white pup" she came aged 10 wks old , was previously living in a shed ! she is now 16 months old, Sadly Lilly has a rare blood disorder (as far as vets can find in UK and USA where her blood research is being done, no other dog has this disorder) so she is having a good quality of life for however long she has. I am a volunteer dog trainer at a local club , and used to have fun at Agility with Jack untill he had to retire a couple of years ago.
I'm Emma, I have an English Springer called Pepper and a Springer cross called Ellie. We also have a Jack Russell in the house called Cody, but he belongs to my brother.
Look forward to hearing more about your three. They look lovely Sorry about Lily's blood disorder! I have to say, your Charlie bears a resemblance to milliepup04's Millie in your avatar - must be the poodle in them both!
A very proud mum here ,lol , My husband takes Lilly dog training on a Wednesday evening, but due to mobility probs at the moment he could train last night , so i did the class , but it was the half yearly comp , but i thought "oh well we will have a go" i am so proud of Lilly she came 4th out of a class of 9, When my hubby had to retire early he wanted a dog, (we had 2 already but they are "mummies boys" !!! , so for Lilly to be with me at training is a 1st, hubby does all her training, so i am proud of him for all the work he has done,due to Lillys illness we never know from day to day what she is going to like,health and energy wise, and due to the amount of time she has spent in vet hospital she can be really timid, She got lots of cuddles last night and told what a clever girl she is.