From G on news about Marshmellow, who was adopted in September last year.
Updates on Marshmellow from S and V, Marshie's new family...
Our Angel Marshmellow is a good, obedient girl as from the first day. She's doing well and she's a very happy doggie, she still never fails to surprise us with her funny quirks and moments. She welcomes us with great happiness and excitement when we return home, each day!
She particularly enjoys playing 'mutton chop' where she lays on her back and pretends to bite me while I check all her four paws. Her daily check calls for 'mutton chop' and she knows what she needs to do! She is a sweet kiddo!
She is so cute when having her belly rubbed (acting cute and all) twirling on her back, looking up with her sad eyes. She gives the heaviest sighs when we leave for work, every morning. (So cute)
By far, I would say that Marshmallow is the cleverest dog I've ever seen. The rest, that I have come across were all busy being nursed back to good health.
Little Marshmallow throws tantrum at times but forgets quickly when we call her back into our arms. Little Marshmallow is the remedy to our loneliness. Her presence has made our life complete. This would not have been made possible without the help of you and your dedicated team. Thank you
Ed's note : And thank you S and V for providing her with a forever home.
Dogs For Adoption
Sandy is our 4 month old female clown and waiting to 'go home'. She is trained and knows how to sit and will wait for her food or treats and not eat on command. Sandy loves food and to be able to do that, is giving a big part of herself for she obeys out of love and docility.
Sandy has also learnt to pee in the toilet and now learning to 'shake hands'. She has a good appetite and enjoys playing with other dogs. An exuberant, curious and intelligent little dog, she has the biggest eyes coupled with the huge-est ears, and looks like a little domesticated doe. A very affectionate little pup who loves to cuddle on your lap and being made a fuss of, Sandy is a perfect family addition as she is not barky but whimpers her love with licks and wags. Sandy walks very well on leash.
Regretfully, Sandy is not suitable for HDB as she is a medium size dog. She will grow into a small medium size. Please call 9115-3067 or email firstname.lastname@example.org if you wish to get to know her better.
More of Sandy's profile can be found in
Gender : Female
Age : 1 year +
Size : Medium
Sterilised - Labrador Cross
Isabella is a year plus Labrador-cross female dog looking for a home. Friendly, Active and Intelligent, she is healthy and get along with people and loves to play with other dogs. She enjoys a good run with you. Is there a home where Isabella can live forever and bask in the sun, play to heart’s content? She is smart and a fast learner if you have time for her.
Regretfully, Isabella would not be suitable for HDB dwelling.
Please contact us 9115-3067 or email@example.com to arrange for a viewing.
Grace has brown body with four white paws, a white chest and a long bushy tail.
Grace responds to her name so if you call her, she will come to you. She will be hungry and very frightened. She was last seen on Chatsworth Road on Sunday (January 24).
REWARD offered - Call 97875292 or 96708052