Age: 3 years
Poor Trevor the owners, not so clever
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How did a plain, black, A5 Poole card filler, end up cowering in a garden near Doncaster?
Bailey Blitz dob June 2014 arrived last week, thanks to the humanity of some outstanding people. Tia would like first and foremost to thank them for stepping up to help this poor wretch. So would Trevor.
Trevor had been trying to fend for himself for some time. Grey’s aren’t very good at this and even after a week in our vet room Trevor looks a bit moth-eaten. Thankfully his luck changed and his guardian angels took it upon themselves to leave food in their garden and provide him with a tent and bedding to cushion him against the worst. Without that intervention, Trevor would almost certainly be dead as the village is a stone’s throw from the A1 and we all know about last weeks heat. His feet are a mess with being constantly on the run and his nerves are in shreds.
Bailey Blitz is an English bred dog who raced at Poole alongside his litter siblings. No open racer this, merely BAGS fodder who fell amongst thieves. We know he last trialed at Kinsley in November 2016, racing alongside his sister and weighing a healthy 32 kilos. Both were a long way from home.
Had the good fortune of taking Trevor on the Social Walk to Hatfield Moors. We expected him to be a bit nervous considering his past history, but he was nothing of the sort. We lifted him into the boot of the car but he preferred to come and stand by me on the back seat. Within a couple of minutes he settled down and was laying across my lap tolerating being hugged and smoothed for the short journey to Hatfield Moors. He jumped out of the car and patiently waited whilst we locked up. On the walk itself, he didn’t pull on the lead at all and was happy to walk along quietly and when we stopped he just leaned against my leg. There were many varieties of dogs on the Social, but Trevor wasn’t phased by any of them, no matter how small. He took everything in his stride and wasn’t bothered by anything. He certainly showed no sign of anxiety or nervousness. At the end of the walk he jumped into the car and remained standing looking out of the window for the duration of the return journey.
Trevor is a very friendly dog who just wants to be by your side. Considering the life he has had we found him to be a very trusting dog and will love being pampered in his forever home. I’m sure this behaviour is all down to the kindness of strangers and the love he is shown at Tia. He is a super dog and deserves a chance of the good life.
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Call Deb on: 07974 960684
Visit us at: Tia Rescue, Mill Race Farm, Wroot Road, Doncaster DN9 3DY
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