Does anyone here do Blacktown or is able to perhaps go in and do meet and greet for me?
This bloke is just tearing at me Nsw Blacktown Pound Week Beginning 6/apr/2010 - Dogz Online Forums
01047 Male brindle, white 1/2yrs staffordshire cross short HOL Wed 10/Feb/2010
This poor man is becoming very depressed, he is a lovely natured boy
A new note for a deserving boy written up by one of the volunteers at Blacktown
To anyone who could help,
I've been in this pound for many, many weeks. I can't understand why no-one seems to want to take me home with them. I am well-behaved, and have been told I am a very sweet natured dog. I love to race after balls (you will have to train me to bring them back to you though). I don't go too far away from my walker in the big yard because I like to know where she is as this makes me feel safe and secure. After my big run yesterday, I was allowed in the volunteers' area where they bath all the dogs. (I know where they keep the treats now.) I enjoyed sniffing around, wandered in and out as I pleased and as long as I knew my walker was around, I was fine. I didn't try to take anything that didn't belong to me. I loved to watch out through the big gate at what was going on in the outside world. I didn't even bark, I just wanted to watch. I have really missed that, it is so boring being locked in a kennel for weeks on end. I love my smackos, which I gently take out of my walker's hand. I love people and I am not at all worried by other dogs for I love company. I have beautiful loving eyes. If you pat me (which I just adore), my fur feels like velvet and I have beautiful brindle stripes.
I have a lot of love to give, and I would make an excellent friend to keep you company, both at home and on your walks. Would you know anybody who would want me, please?
I am in Blacktown pound, my impound number is 1047, K#36
Written for me by Allison (volunteer, Blacktown pound)
Note from volunteer - we put him in a yard and whilst we were putting the next dog in a yard, #1047 clambered over the colorbond fence and came rushing to us with great joy! He was taken for a walk instead and put back in his kennel. He's fine with dogs and people
Note from another volunteer - very friendly with other dogs and people, full of energy (he's spent a long time at the pound). He would love a big backyard to use all that energy as well as a high fence and a lap to lay his head. He is a real sook.