Hey, we’ve got news!! We have a new family and travel team member - Deli. 🐕
She is a mix of West Siberian Laika and exudes the kind of happiness that people search for their entire lives (and most never find). The good news it’s contagious. 🌟
She is about 1 year and a half old (ish). We don't know exactly how old is she because when she was found she didn't have her birth certificate. No one searched for her and Deli became a #shelterdog Right before Christmas Deli came to our family. We thought A LOT whether to keep her or not because she is a grown-up dog and we didn't know anything about her past. The only remnant of Deli’s past is her reactivity to other dogs, and that's something she is working on. She goes to the group dog training sessions 3 times per week and once a week she has a private session. Deli can't be in the middle of the training area with other dogs because of her reactiveness, so we spend that hour in a distance from other dogs training basic obedience and building a connection with her. It's still a long road to walk for three of us and as the dog trainer said it takes at least half year to change the behaviour of the dog.
Meju niosła tę piłkę w pysku przez pół holenderskiego Middelburga. Taka była zachwycona pamiątką z wakacji. A wiadomo przecież, że w zębach najbezpieczniej. Matka to pewnie zgubi albo co... 🙄😂 __________
I pomyśleć, że kiedy adoptowaliśmy ją 6 lat temu powiedziano nam, że ten pies to staruszek, długo nie pożyje - ma już ze 12 lat 🙊 a tu proszę, taki zabawowy szczeniaczek, który wydaje się, nigdy się nie zestarzeje, a już na pewno, kiedy w okolicy są jakieś piłki 😄 ___________