=== 15th April Happy New Birthday Max! ===
Max was adopted by his wonderful family a year ago today, and here's a personal message to you all...
Hello, my name is Max & 1 year ago on 15th April 2021 I adopted my new family. I still miss my original family & my foster mother was lovely & kind to me.
I love my new family, they feed me, play with me, take me for lovely walks, provide me with lots of balls and toys and in return I give them lots of licks & cuddles and sometimes I join them in bed. My dad says I don't have a nasty bone in my body & my only real vice is that I pull on the lead but I am so excited because I know I'll be chasing a ball round the field, running through any mud I find and jumping in the river.
I have loads of toys but my favourite thing in the world is a ball, I love chasing them, trying to catch them & picking them up and running off before my dad has a chance to pick it up. Sometimes when I am running around I pretend to do normal Springer stuff like following a scent but I soon get fed up with that although I do like to chase any birds, cats and squirrels that think my garden is for them too.
I would like to thank the lovely people at Springer Rescue Scotland for helping me find my perfect forever home.
Lots of love
Reply from Springer Rescue Scotland - Max we love you too, so pleased to hear you're doing so well!
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Through this partnership, we have received thousands of pounds in support from Pets at Home. Usually in the summer, we fundraise in some of their shops with them. This year, we can’t.
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