#Poem on Friday ~ New Dog

New Dog

Sensed your spirit

Saw your picture

New dog

For

Our family

Please meet Shirky our newest family member 🙂

 

Well, it actually did not work as described in the poem.

For a long time, we wanted a dog but never went for one as long as we lived in rented accommodation. We thought it is not fair for a dog. In rented accommodation, you might have to move at any time and that is not what dogs love to do. So we waited until we had our own home.

In November my mum was visiting us and gave us a little financial present to get ourselves something we really wanted and so at the beginning of December 2017, the best husband (Jeremy Clarkson voice) in the world and daughter from another mother started looking. They found a gorgeous lurcher but it turned out Joey did not like other dogs. The best husband had one of those before and it was just not what we wanted.

So on a whim, we went to another animal rescue center and as it happened they just got Shirky from a racing kennel. She is 2 years old but never had to race. We had to though because the fencing in our garden wasn’t up to standard. On New Years Day we finished and told F.A.I.T.H that we are ready and they came to visit and now she is ours.

I wrote this poem just before we went to look for a dog.

Something to read about rescue dogs:

(affiliate links with Wordery)

Dog Tales: Heart-warming stories of rescue dogs who rescued their owners right back by Andrea Hayes

‘Maybe these animals are angels in disguise? It often seems like the right owner and that special dog came into each other’s lives at the perfect time for a miracle to occur. Each provides joy, healing, patience, courage, gratitude and of course unconditional love – the perfect virtues often missing in society.’

Written by Andrea Hayes, Dog Tales contains 13 heart-warming stories of dogs that have been given a second chance at happiness and of the dedicated owners who found a place in their hearts and homes for the abandoned and often traumatised animals. These unique and often heartbreaking tales touch on all the ways dogs impact on our lives and poignantly capture the bond between human and canine. Filled with touching stories of love, loss and transformation these dog tales will uplift your soul, as you laugh, cry and fall in love with these amazing animals who often rescue their new owners right back.

Fellow Bloggers wrote about Rescue Dogs:

Sasha at First Date, Worst Date ever: Naming the Rescue Dog

Cote et Campagne at Blog-sur-Aude: A serious Step

 

 

Author: beehalton2

I am ginger, happily married to the best husband in the world, daydreamer, tea (and can you believe it) & coffee lover. Baking enthusiast, book reviewer, immigrant and poet, author, blogger….

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