Sunny settled down with us very quickly and it was soon obvious that we’d given her the right name. Not just for her beautiful golden colour but also because she has the most placid and sunny nature we’ve seen in any pup. Sunny is so good and placid that she is a pleasure to look after – no puppy naughtiness, she sleeps all night through and we’ve not heard her bark at all. She is a little doll, a round roly-poly little girl who loves to be cuddled and held close.
We took Sunny for her first vaccination last week and she had a health check too – passed first class. She loves food and is having puppy nature diet at present, plus some baby dog milk and treats of cours – yes, that’s right we’re spoiling her! So what breed is she? She’s a chunky little girl and we thought at first that she could be a staffi x. Now, we’re not so sure. She looks more like a Rhodesian Ridgeback x. We have some Ridgebacks ourselves and she is the image of them as puppies. This would account for her placid nature, these dogs are real couch potatoes, need lots of fuss and c uddles and a snooze on the sofa when they’ve had a big meal.
Sunny has a slight ridge down her back (and ridgebacks often don’t have a ridge at all), she has the right rich golden coloure and her head says ridgeback. She is a big smaller than our puppies were at the same age though. Whatever she is – she’s gorgeous.
If you can give Sunny a great loving home please get in touch and come and meet her.
Sunny with volunteer Jodie – thanks for taking this baby dog home at night when she first came in. Comfort, cuddles and companionship make all the difference. Jodie told us that she was amazed at how good a puppy Sunny is.