Just a few lines to tell you about Duncan who came to us in October 2000. He is now 9 years old and still as daft as ever. He’s had a few accidents along the way, a knee operation to stop his knee from popping out, bless him he never grumbled, but cried the night I brought him back from the vets.


Recently he has had an operation as he managed to split his claw right up to his toe and it had to be removed, but now he’s back to his normal self bouncing around like a puppy chasing balls round the field. Duncan loves his walks on the canal and river near our home.

I still remember the day we had a call from Chrissie Roddis saying she had a little boy for us. We met at the service station and then they took us to meet Duncan and we fell in love instantly. He jumped in our camper van, looked out of the window as if to say ‘when are we going home’.

We cannot thank Brian and Chrissie enough for making us so happy after we had recently lost our Dino with liver cancer, so Duncan really filled the void.

Sharon Ward