Gone But Not Forgotten



It is with great sadness that we share the news with you of Charlie's passing. He had a wonderful few years with Sally and her family, but unfortunately his health deteriorated. He passed peacefully in Sally's arms.

Thank you for all your support and in giving Charlie some wonderful years in a loving family home.


It is with great sadness that we had to say goodbye to our beautiful Tilly on Monday April 9th. She gave us such love and joy during her final years with us.

She will be sadly missed, not only by us but our springer, Lucy.

Run over the rainbow Tilly

Alan and Kay


It is with great sadness that I lost jennie (Gerry) just before Christmas. I had 6 lovely years with her, such a lovely dog with her own personality that can not be matched.

We got her from CAESSR 7 years ago and had 7 happy years.

I still feel lost without her but feel it's about time to move on and am looking for another dog to resue.






I’m writing today to tell you that Woody was put to sleep on the 24th August 2017. He had peritonitis, the cause of the infection known.

He was a fabulous dog with many names. To name a few
Woody Woodster
Oh you lovely boy
.... he answered to them all.

We will miss him dearly. If possible could his previous owner be informed. She loved him very much and parting with him after nearly nine years was a difficult decision but the right one for her circumstances.

Ken and I will always remember the best four years ever with the bestest black and white springer.

Much love to you Woody. 🌈

Thank you CAESSR, and in particular John for allowing us to care for Woody. Keep up the amazing work that you do.

Regards Sue and Ken


It is with much sadness that we have to let you know that we have lost our beautiful boy Chip. He had five exceptionally happy years with us, we loved him very much and was devastated to have to have him put to sleep on the 26th September.

We miss him so much , the house is too quiet and all the shoes and slippers are exactly where we left them! He used to bring a shoe or slipper, whatever was to hand or should that be paw, to us as we walked in through the door. Chip is playing now with our other doggies we have lost, no more pain for him.

We were so lucky to have had him in our lives, we just wish it could have been for longer. He will be forever in our hearts.

Alan, Alison, Louise and Kate

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