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    I have just read through this thread and want to say 'thanks' for taking Serena on. What a very lucky girl she was to find you and your family. This story has heartened me and put a smile on my face, because I know another Stafford has found their way to a forever loving home.

    I adopted 2 staffies this year from shelters, one was on death row. They are both 2 year olds and full of energy, but like you, I had the time when I questioned my boys emotional state - I am sure he was shut down and depressed and confused for a short while. It is so sad to see, and heartbreaking trying to work out what to do. I commend you on your patience and love for Serena, she seems to be in a very good place emotionally and getting better every day.

    I would also like to say thanks to the lovely members of this forum, who have given time, advice and their ear - what a great bunch of people.

    Keep up with the updates of Serena, I love the photos, what a chunky monkey with a great big grin

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    Quote Originally Posted by leec View Post
    I have just read through this thread and want to say 'thanks' for taking Serena on. What a very lucky girl she was to find you and your family. This story has heartened me and put a smile on my face, because I know another Stafford has found their way to a forever loving home.

    I adopted 2 staffies this year from shelters, one was on death row. They are both 2 year olds and full of energy, but like you, I had the time when I questioned my boys emotional state - I am sure he was shut down and depressed and confused for a short while. It is so sad to see, and heartbreaking trying to work out what to do. I commend you on your patience and love for Serena, she seems to be in a very good place emotionally and getting better every day.

    I would also like to say thanks to the lovely members of this forum, who have given time, advice and their ear - what a great bunch of people.

    Keep up with the updates of Serena, I love the photos, what a chunky monkey with a great big grin
    Thanks Leec

    it is a journey that's for sure. But she is slowly coming out of her skin and we all absolutely adore her. She is very sweet and considering she spent most of her adult life in a kennel giving birth to pups, she is remarkabley reslient and showing some true spunk. I think she truly won me over when she presented me with the gift of a dead rat she had killed.
    Well done on adopting your staffs, they are lucky as so many miss out and are PTS.

    cheers

    Adrian

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