ella & tula
We adopted Ella in 2018 (drove all the way from south west France to Conway in Wales to collect her), she was scared of everything including us, slow progress but she is so loving and sleeps on our bed with us. Tula we collected in August this year and they are as thick as thieves, (madam and missy).
We adopted Suzie (was Susanna) in December 2019 at 6 months old. She came to us as a tiny, scruffy, scared little thing. But after 24 hours she had made herself right at home, quickly becoming best mates with our smallest cat and the two other Spanish Griffon rescues next door! Since then she's come on leaps and bounds. She cycles every day around the gorgeous Lake District with her Dad, lounges in front of the fire and generally lives a life of luxury! She has completed our family and we utterly adore her.
We adopted Bicho just over 3 months ago, having lost our doggo of 12 years back in February. Bicho is a year old this week ( according to his passport) and he is just starting to settle with us. He is still very nervous about many things, we know very little about his background so just have to show him love and patience and guidance. He is starting to respond very well now as his confidence grows and we love him. We were very happy with every aspect of the adoption and felt well informed along the way. Thank you for leading us to beautiful Bicho.
Willow (was Lupe) arrived in June 2020. Willow has settled into our home very well and is a lovely girl. Freya, our 4.5 year old Staffie, has adapted well to the new addition, but still gets concerned when Willow is clumsy! Willow's 1st Birthday is on the 6th November. Although people tell us Willow has come to a lovely home, we know we are the lucky one's.
I saw Pedro's photo on Facebook in early March 2020, and constantly understood that's our dog. We were waiting for months for him to arrive from Spain, due to the lockdown, and Lucy White was sending me more photos and videos of him to help me live through this longest months in my life. He arrived being really scared, he couldn't walk properly for the first weeks because he was terrified of people and sounds around, but he's a totally different dog now, so confident, playful and loving. He loves everyone and everyone loves him, he's a local celebrity I can't thank the adoption team enough, being so supportive, providing all necessary vet checks and vaccinations. If you're thinking of adopting a griffon - then go for it. They're most loving and most beautiful dogs ever!