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Date of birth
16 aug 2017
Land of standing
VC 73
Racing Name
Lyre Queen
Ear mark

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female, 4 years old, Black

Added by Shanesmum

Updated: Wednesday 05 May

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by LadyVictoria

Sunday 15 Nov 22:07

Lots of love to Queeny and her family! Xxx

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by shanishoo

Sunday 15 Nov 16:59

Aw Queeny, so happy for you, lovely rehoming photo of you and your new family, you look so very cute and tiny xxxxxx

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by Shanesmum

Sunday 15 Nov 16:46

Lovely to see your green sign sweetheart, glad things have gone well for you. Sending you all very best wishes. xxx

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by Shanesmum

Sunday 18 Oct 22:19

Well done sweetheart.xx

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by LadyVictoria

Sunday 18 Oct 20:22

Wonderful news for Queeny! Sending her my cuddle tonight! Xxx

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by shanishoo

Sunday 18 Oct 16:02

A lovely reserved sign for you sweetheart, so happy for you xxxxxx

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by cloggyerik

Thursday 08 Oct 15:24

Today I was fortunate enough to take the beautiful Queeny out to Sutton Park. In the kennel she is relaxed and comes for a cuddle. When going to the car she was very alert and keen. She wanted to jump in the car but did not quite manage this. After I helped her in the car she was standing the whole route to Sutton Park. I first thought she was stressed but looking at her in my mirror I did not notice any stress signals. She seemed curious about where she was going and was looking out of the rear window. To put it simply she was being nosy.

Once in the park, Queeny jumped out of the car eagerly and was keen to go. She was very alert to all sights and sounds. The sounds I will come back to later. She had her head up and walking confidently, looking left, right, centre and behind her. She pulls but it is easily controlled and responds well to her name and instructions.

When we were a third through our walk, in the distance she saw a Labrador puppy and got quite excited. Again I did not have a problem controlling this behaviour, she responded well to “NO” or “STOP”. The moment we got going again she would want to get to the Labrador as quickly as possible. I got curious as her behaviour stopped short of stalking, which could be a prelude to attack. So I wanted to she what she would do when we got to her target. We caught-up with the puppy, and to my relief she said hello and then lost interest. In this case it seemed she wanted to satisfy her curiosity and is doing the keenly.

We met lots of people of all ages. There was no issues at all. She sometimes showed no interest, other times she was leaning against a lady as we were chatting. I think she can get bored quickly, as she wanted to run with a runner who came past. As the weather had ben poor we did not meet any cyclists or many runners. Towards the end we came across, two fluffy white Bichon Frise. The first one walked passed ok the second one Queeny was not sure about and wanted to snap at the little doggy. Of course, as we always do walk with a muzzle so no harm done. However, for new owners it is important to learn about her response to other dogs, and initially have a muzzle on.

I did mention earlier about sounds. Queeny response to a lot of sounds and sights. What I noticed is that she specifically responds to other dogs barking even if she cannot she them. She will raise her head and prick-up her ears. Queeny, is not a toy girl she enjoys treats. She is a good traveller, very curious and very alert. She does pull a bit but nothing that cannot be controlled.

Queeny I enoyed my walk with you today. I apologise chatting away with ladies as you were keen to walk again, but they did seem very keen on you. That is understandable as you have a beautiful caught and great temperament. We had an hours walk today, thank you for the training session. I hope to see on your profile reserved or re-homed, soon.

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by LadyVictoria

Monday 05 Oct 21:58

A cuddle for Queeny tonight, she has been very kindly fostered for the last week or so but is now back at the kennels.....well she did go home with Ruth tonight! :)
She is a very happy, very affectionate, bright young lady who needs a little help with what it means to be retired! :))
She can also sit like a real dog!! Xxx

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by LadyVictoria

Thursday 24 Sep 22:51

What a fabulous photo of our latest new arrival! So nice to have Lucy back with us. :)) Her photographs are so much better than mine! :)) Queeny is a very pretty little girl....she has gone home with Ruth tonight. :))

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by shanishoo

Thursday 24 Sep 16:39

Oh what a gorgeous girlie, so shiny xxxxx

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