I was sent a photo of her when Sophy was being fostered in the UK and fell in love instantly. She was a nervous little girl and was obviously attached to her foster mum, but she sniffed my hand and let me stroke her after a little while of just letting her take her time.
When she came home with me, she obviously twigged that this was forever, and she settled very quickly. My favourite thing about Sophy is how loving she is, in spite of what she has been through. She is the most affectionate little dog I have ever had, and I couldn’t love her more. She has filled a big hole in my life, and I have made lots of doggie friends on our walks. Everyone loves Sophy! She gives me a reason to get up in the morning, and gets me out for exercise and fresh air – thank you Sophy!
There are so many things I could say about Paws2Rescue, it is a wonderful charity which goes the extra mile to save dogs (but also other animals) from horrendous conditions, as well as leading an ambitious campaign of neutering, and education.
Thank you Paws2Rescue for all that you do.