Noticing how similar Tandie looked to Eric, Anna decided to contact the Venton Centre and it was which was soon discovered that ey were brother and
Noticing how similar Tandie looked to Eric, Anna decided to contact the Venton Centre and it was which was soon discovered that ey were brother and sister.
Speaking to the RSPCA, Anna said: “We were heartbroken when Eric died in 2018 and struggled to cope without a dog around the house so we got Labrador cross springer spaniel Freida three months later.
“But when we saw Tandie’s story online we knew we had to give her a retirement home to live out her days.
“She’s doing amazingly well – you’d never know she was 14! She eats loads, jumps all over the sofas and follows us around the house.”
Anna added: “Tandie and Eric are so similar in a lot of ways. She follows me around just like Eric did and they both have the same sad stare when they want something! ”
“However, Tandie is much more cuddly than Eric; he liked a pat on the bum but would be horrified if you gave him a hug whereas Tandie wants to be on your lap all the time!”
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