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Holly [was Lola] from Bridgend (Wales)

Holly joined our family in November 2009. She was a 7 month old collie/labrador cross. You told us "this dog hasn't got a bad bone in her body, she's a bundle of love". You were so right! Holly soon settled into her forever home, a bright, lively character, quick to learn, full of mischief but so gentle and sensitive. She grew to be so well behaved and loved by everyone who met her, my husband always joked that she was the only female who ever listened to him. Holly loved nothing better than going out for a run , chasing her ball or being set free on the beach and splashing around in the sea. She was also happy to settle down on her rug, munching a carrot or rolling over for a leg and belly rub. We had 10 happy years together until we had to make that heartbreaking decision to let her go over the rainbow bridge in March 2020. Despite Covid restrictions we were allowed to stay with her until she fell asleep. There is a large void in our lives and it is early days yet , however, when the time is right we would certainly love another rescue dog. Thank you Dogs Trust for finding us our beautiful girl.