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Solo from Salisbury (Wiltshire)

Solo was one of five pups who came in with their mum, I think her name was Sheba. My youngest daughter and I met Solo first , he was a little bundle of fun and melted our hearts. We collected Solo on the 16th of January 2016 , he was a little land shark to begin with , but after chewing his way through umpteen toys and joining a puppy training class he slowly began to grow out of the mouthing . He is adored by all the family and enjoys long walks in the country side. He is clever , funny and loving , liking nothing better than a cuddle on the sofa usually with my husband Tony. One of his biggest fans is my mum , not usually an animal lover , but he melts her heart with his little tricks , and is always rewarded with a treat. He has completely changed our household with his antics and couldnt be more loved. We all come into the house after work etc and we all adore being greeted with a wagging tail and licky licks . He is so in love with other animals cows ,other dogs but his particular favourite are three horses who live in the field by us and allow him to lick their faces. Would love to know how his brothers are getting on , maybe we will see them at the Dogs trust funday .