When we first took her in, she had been found walking the streets with no clue where she'd come from. She had waited 60 days to find a family and my mother in law brought her to us as she thought she was a lovely dog and it would have been such a sad waste for her to be put down. I'm really thankful that she got to have another six years with us, we have taken her on holidays with us, camping trips, days out and even up a mountain!
She has been spoiled and loved and thanks to the amazing imagination of Piper we had a peek inside her thoughts through the blog Piper wrote on her behalf. She was affectionately called "Chubby or Chub" and Piper often told us what Chub was thinking, sometimes all the time!! Chub had an opinion on everything and was often dropping her waffles (that's just for us to understand I'm afraid) And so she had this rather quirky character that everyone knew about. It's a hard presence to lose and the house feels so quiet without her little paws padding all over the kitchen floor.
I'm so glad we had such a lovely family dog that helped cure Piper and even Bailey of their fears of dogs and I'm thankful that Tallulah got to be loved by us for the last six years of her life.
Rest in Peace sweet little Chubby xxxxxx