We have split the role in two and we now seek someone special to do the admin side.
(we meet at the BVA headquarters in London)?
We have just found out from Dee that Milo has cancer in his lump on his leg. Fortunately it won't spread to his organs but the worse case scenario might be losing the leg.
I will let you know what is happening after we have seen the vet next Tuesday. I will be giving him LOADS of healing in the mean time.
Anyway ... A lovely lady called Lisa Gozling sent Milo of a box of cookies from Daisy's Dog Deli. Please see the link underneath as I have filmed him eating them and out its on Youtube so hopefully you can add it to your next blog.
I have also enclosed some more pics. The third one is of Dee holding Milo outside the vet... she said she doesn't mind you putting it in your magazine or internet if you write another blog.
Milo has officially become one of my closest and best friends. Tim is very busy with Cleo so Milo has adopted me as his temporary Mum and he follows me everywhere. He causes me to laugh out loud at least five times a day as he such a strong character. I love him sitting next to me on the sofa and his special Zebra-print, fluffy basket that I bought him is right next to my bed at night.
He seems to love eating lettuce, broad beans and all sorts of vegetables etc that he constantly begs from my plate. He can be a grumpy growler at times but I think that's because his little leg hurts him where a Rottweiller sat on him recently.
In short I love him profoundly and it will break my heart into a hundred pieces to let him go back to Dee. But I will never forget the happiness he has given me and how healing his company is on so many levels.
In 1930, The Tailwaggers Club was able to offer financial support to the newly-formed Guide Dogs for the Blind. During the mid-30’s, the Club had almost a million dog members, many of them belonging to the Royal family and famous celebrities.
The Club continued on a reduced scale after the Second World War and in 1960, Spillers petfood company bought the club assets. The Club received a number of substantial legacies, and Spillers registered a charitable trust in 1972 to administer these funds - the Tailwaggers Club Trust
Today, Tailwaggers operates as an extremely small organisation, but it does make a real difference to pet owners, struggling to pay vet bills. Anything you can give will make a huge difference to needy pet owners who might otherwise be left with nowhere to turn.