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Since it opened in 1999, hundreds of dogs have passed through the kennels doors and have gone on to wonderful new homes and families. On this page you will see some of those lucky dogs in their forever homes, and hear how they've settled in and how they've enriched their new families' lives.

Coco >>
Posted: 25th April 2006

Hi Ena,

Glen and Coco are getting on just great, they are the best of pals although she would be completely lost without him.
Hopefully now she will be fully grown, she is very strong and glen has his work cut out to keep up with her. She still tries to bully him around, but a swift raaarf soon puts her back in her place.

She is so loving, very pleased to see everyone (including bull terriers), still got a lot to learn but she is turning out to be a smashing companion.
We realize more and more how extremely lucky we were to get her.
She is very much a man's dog, neither me or my dad can get our feet turned for her. Always and forever falling over her, especially in the dark mornings when there are no lights on in the house in the morning!!!!

Hope all is well with you all, here are some new photos.

Take care

Love
John, Amber, Glen and Coco.

Coco  Coco
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Dan and Chad >>
Posted: 22nd April 2006

Tyson the six month old Rottweiler, who is now Dan, he came in on the Monday and went to stay with Catherine, Lenny and Chad (another one of ours) on the Tuesday morning. Catherine & Lenny have really worked wonders with the dogs, especially Chad because he wanted to "kill" Dan at first! Now look at them. (Chad is the wee dog who used to terrorise Mhairi!)

This couple so have a way with dogs and nothing is ever too much trouble.

This is the couple whose three dogs are also on rainbow bridge.

Dan and Chad
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Damian the Sheep and lots of Rotties! >>
Posted: 22nd April 2006

We rehomed two of the Rotties in the pic with the tongue!!! The one on the left is Max and the one on the far side is Roxy who was just a wee puppy when she went out, the one in the middle is Tiny it was to her home Max & Roxy went to stay.

Then Mhairi & Kevan went on holiday dropped into Fort William to see Tegan another Rottie pup we had rehomed and met the wee lamb in the 2nd pic, to cut a long story short came home told us about him!

The couple in Fortwilliam also have two collie's, two terriers, a spaniel and saved this wee lamb oh and forgot had four Rottie's as well!!!

Then we told them about Jack a young Rottie male, Frank & myself went up to Fort William with Jack, as you can see from the photo behind the gate all the dogs got on really well. Just as well they stay in the country.

We went for a walk with all the dogs and Damian the lamb it was wonderful, then I asked what would happen to him and was told he was destined for the freezer!!!!! Now we couldn't have that could we, so I took a photo of the lamb and sent it to Jack who is the editor of the Leader, he gave him pride of place on the front page so the story had a wonderful happy ending, the couple who have the three Rotties very kindly gave Damian a home for life and even got him a wee friend and she is named Molly, the 4th and 5th pics are them a year down the line.

Damian the Sheep and lots of Rotties!  Damian the Sheep and lots of Rotties!
Damian the Sheep and lots of Rotties!  Damian the Sheep and lots of Rotties!
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Patch >>
Posted: 20th April 2006

I wasn't at the kennels very long, not even long enough to get a chance on 'Homeless Hounds', before my new family found me. This is me with my new Mum and big sister below, don't we all look so happy! I'm so glad I now have my very own tummy ticklers!

Patch xx

Patch
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Zeus >>
Posted: 17th April 2006

This is me getting ready to go home with my big "brother & sister"! Mum and dad chickened out from getting their photo taken (sounds like Ena, that's what she normally does!).

I'm soooo excited as are my new family!!

Zeus xx

Zeus
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Missy >>
Posted: 16th April 2006

This is Missy back to have her photo taken the day after she went to her new home, she is so happy and has fitted in perfectly, even Titch the wee yorkie likes her!

Missy
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Sasha and Jamie >>
Posted: 16th April 2006

Back for a visit this weekend was Sasha, a real sweetheart, with her mum Jackie, who is with her mum Linda who rehomed our Robbie (now Jamie) the wee darling older westie. Don't they all look so happy!

This is Sasha and her devoted mum in the 2nd pic, Sasha went to her new home last May and her mum is thinking of getting a wee pal for her.

Sasha and Jamie  Sasha and Jamie
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Aimi >>
Posted: 12th April 2006

This is Aimi with her "brother" and her new "dad", her mum is waiting to welcome her at home. Aimi is lucky the family who gave her to us for rehoming have been so concerned and hoped we would get a good home for her, well she is now going to live in the country, so we think we have found her the best home possible. Her new family are really really nice!

Aimi
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Tegan and Jack >>
Posted: 6th April 2006

This is Maryellen & Fraser with Tegan, who went out as a five month old puppy, and Jack who had already been in a home and came back only to go on to find the best home ever. Don't they look absolutely fabulous! They share their home with Floss & Craig (Border Collies), Molly a spaniel, two terriers and another three Rotties!

Tegan and Jack  Tegan and Jack
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Skye Branch >>
Posted: 6th April 2006

This is the Second Chance kennels Skye branch. This is Hazel & Peter with Brodie (on the left and Harry St Bernard Both Second Chance dogs ) and dear Toby on the right. Thanks to Hazel & Peter we now have five dogs all told on Skye.

Skye Branch  Skye Branch
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Mylo >>
Posted: 6th April 2006

Hello Ena,

How nice it was to visit you last week. I thought you would like to see these pictures of me practising my football skills. Maybe I`ll get a late call up to help Hibs tomorrow!

I am going on my first family adventure soon, it`s called a holiday and I`ll get to play on sandy beaches and dip my paws in the sea , brrrr!

Love Mylo xx

p.s. Hugh says you are sneaky with your camera!

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Lucy >>
Posted: 6th April 2006

Remember Lucy, or was it "Fangs"?! Well, thanks to the commitment of her mum & dad Sylvia & Sandy, she has come on leaps and bounds, although she still has some issues they are working through everything with her. This is her back for a visit on Sunday, can't thank them enough for taking Lucy into their home.

Lucy
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Bruno >>
Posted: 6th April 2006

This is Bruno (was Boss) with his "sis" Lexie.

What a size this lad has grown to! I could hardly believe my eyes when he arrived with his mum & gran & grandad for a visit.

They are both a credit to Lindsay & Stephen, thanks guys!

Bruno
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Bear >>
Posted: 5th April 2006

I have been at the kennels since December last year, thought I had cracked it with a new home once before, but their dog didn't like me. Well great news is I have found a brilliant new home where I will be the only pet!

My mum and dad sadly lost Murphy their Rottie boy last year. Only now do they feel ready to move on and take in another dog to share their life. How lucky am I that they "CHOSE" me. You know the saying though everything comes to he who waits patiently. The kennels will be a sad place tonight without me, but I do know they are really so happy I have found my "ain" folk. I will be going back for a holiday though, so they haven't seen the last of me!

Lots of Love,
Bear xx.

Bear
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Bailey >>
Posted: 2nd April 2006

Hi folks, Bailey here! This is me with my new mum & dad and and my sisters and brother getting ready to go home.

Amanda & Chris (mum & dad) are so so nice and just love us all to bits, even after Ena told them I demolished a chair last night at the kennels, they just said so he's a puppy! Robbie the black one actually came from here and Tia she was due to come here but they took her first, and Morgan (sable girl) she was one of a litter of puppies that came here, again she didn't make the kennels, and me well I only arrived yesterday, and now I'm away, soooo very happy.

Bailey x.

Bailey
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Susie >>
Posted: 2nd April 2006

This is Susie and her family. Susie went out from here as a young puppy and just look at her now, don't they all look so happy!

Susie
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Lucy >>
Posted: 2nd April 2006

Jean is one of our fosterers, and she was fostering one of the many litters of pups we had in over Christmas. But she just couldn't bear to part with one of wee pups, Lucy. So, here is Jean, our 'failed fosterer' with her new addition Lucy!!

Lucy
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Roscoe (was Russo) >>
Posted: 28th March 2006

Hello Ena,

Roscoe is doing really well on his lead, he sits at the kerb now before we cross, but we are taking it slowly though before we let him off the lead, we have had him running to us but you can see he would love to run off if he could get away with it.

As promised here are some pictures of our beautiful boy,

thanks

Emily

Roscoe (was Russo)  Roscoe (was Russo)
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Cleo >>
Posted: 28th March 2006

This is Cleo with her mum Linda, this wee lass came into us with her seven puppies, but as you can see has landed on all four paws now and is loved to bits.

Cleo
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Hamish (1 of the sextuplets) >>
Posted: 28th March 2006

Just thought you'd like to see me and my big bro Guinness having fun in the snow yesterday.

I'm so happy I can get out and about now but my legs aren't long enough to keep up with Guinness yet. :O)

Hamish (1 of the sextuplets)
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