A Rescue A Day

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Birdy

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Would you like to adopt Birdy, a 5-7-year-old Pittie, newly arrived at Dogs Trust, Ashbourne Road, Finglas, Dublin 11?

Dogs Trust write:

Birdy can be a little shy at first but will make friends on her terms. She likes to play with a ball and is gentle when taking food. She enjoys going for walks and relaxing with a chew.

Birdy would be suited to an adult only home as the only dog. Adopters will need to be patient with her as she adjusts to her new surroundings…

Adopt A Dog – Birdy (Dogs Trust Ireland)

 

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17 thoughts on “A Rescue A Day

  1. gringo

    Dogs Trust should really know better than trying to foist an unexploded bomb like that on anyone. Unless you have a stash that needs protecting.

      1. Brother Barnabas

        does that also explain those insatiably randy dogs that try to ride your leg within minutes of meeting them?

        1. ian-oh

          Horny dog, horny owner?

          But I agree with Bodger, there are no bad dogs, only idiot owners.

          I have had a few dogs over the years and all of them were happy, friendly dogs. All their training was via positive reinforcement and it worked very well.

          1. bertie blenkinsop

            I agree with “bad dog, bad owner” however, I’d be reluctant to take on a dog that age, not knowing it’s background and being mindful of their capability they have to wreak havoc.

          2. ian-oh

            Fair points alright, personally I’d prefer to get a younger dog simply to have more time with them.

            But looking at her and the fact as someone mentioned that she hasn’t completely shredded and mangled those toys may suggest she is calm enough?

            I do hope she gets adopted, she has such a lovely friendly face.

    1. Sqoid

      Reminds me a lot of the 3 year old pitbull we got from dogs trust 4 years ago.
      The patient, hopeful sit amongst the typical dog shelter chaos.
      Only stash our lad is minding are the 2 kids under 3 years old that came along after him.

  2. eamonn

    As John Bercow used to rehearse for much of his youth……
    “the eyes have it”,”the eyes have it”
    Looks like a beaut, no more room at my inn, sorry Birdie.
    Hope she fares well

  3. Janet, dreams of an alternate universe

    if I had the room I’d adopt them all, hope she gets her forever home soon

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