Name: Sonnet (female) and Skye (female)
Approx dob: March 1st 2013
Vaccinations: Up-to-date as per age
Current location: New Delhi
Airlift: Can be done
Sonet and Skye, these two sweet girls are the sole survivors of a litter of six. Their mother, a street dog, was a first-time mother who had difficulty in looking after them and sadly the other puppies did not survive. However, fate has been kind to Sonnet and Skye, a lady who feeds her local dogs spotted them both and brought them to Dr Choudhary’s clinic where they were fostered by a kind lady living in Delhi.
Both are now thriving, playful and full of mischief!
Sonnet has a beautiful honey coloured, short coat. Skye’s coat is cream and she has a white blaze. They both have warm brown eyes and black noses.
Update on May 15th, 2013- Sonnet and Skye move to a new foster home where they get a big garden to run around freely and a lot of individual attention. In the words of their new foster mom:
“ They have only been with us for five days and were unsure when they first arrived. Each day they are growing with confidence. They are learning an approaching hand is for a stroke and now come for a tickle. Cuddles are still a little strange for them, they sit very still in our laps but they are now feeling safe enough to fall asleep in our arms. Morning meetings are met with wagging tails and they eagerly come when called. They love our two dogs and ignore our cat. They travel well in the car and though a little unsure of strange humans are keen to meet other dogs. They weren’t fazed by a visit to a friend with two Swiss mountain dogs and a St. Bernard. They are responsive, attentive,cautious but not timid. They play well together and neither shows signs of having to be in charge.
Sonnet is first to try something new and Skye waits to access the situation, though she was the first to have the courage to climb the stairs. Sonnet’s a little bigger and stronger. They love their food but happily share a bowl. They are gentle girls, respond well to attention but don’t demand it.”