Sandy

Fate has struck in full force...

Sandy's owner had already taken out animal insurance years ago, because if anything ever happened to him, he wanted his Sandy to find her new home at Gut Aiderbichl and know that she was in good hands.

Unfortunately, fate struck full force and the man became very ill...Thanks to animal protection, we were notified immediately and Sandy was taken directly to Gut Aiderbichl after the death of her master.

One should not leave one's best friend behind alone

Who likes to think about making arrangements for their demise while they are still alive? A will should be made not only for material goods, but also for one's own animals. If you own animals, it is an important step to make provisions so that your beloved dog, cat or perhaps even a horse is not left alone and unprovided for.

Sandy and her new life at Gut Aiderbichl

When Sandy came to our staff Klaus and Anita at Gut Aiderbichl, she was a bit chubby. Klaus, a very sporty, animal-loving person, takes Sandy on long walks and hikes. The exercise is good for her and the great exercise training makes Sandy fit and now you can already see a great waistline. Sandy really enjoys the fitness programme and she has become happy, relaxed and joyful.

Sandy loves to be stroked a lot - she was probably used for this purpose from her late master. Slow, circular movements through her cuddly soft fur are very popular. She stretches out all four paws and says "Please don't stop". If you do stop, she will take your hand back with her soft dog paw and what that means is clear.

Sandy has a calm, even-tempered, friendly character and nothing can get her out of her stride so quickly. At Gut Aiderbichl there are also many species-appropriate playmates who love to run and romp along the dog path with her. Sandy likes to sniff around in the meadow, enjoys the sun, her new friends and maybe sometimes looks furtively towards the sky...

We wish her many more healthy and happy years at Gut Aiderbichl. If you would like to find out about animal insurance, you are very welcome to contact Ms Holde Sudenn directly at any time (stiftung@gut-aiderbichl.com / 0800 56 76 373).

Sandy the dog

Mongrel

Sandy's owner had already taken out animal insurance years ago because he wanted his Sandy, should anything ever happen to him, to find her new home at Gut Aiderbichl and to be in good hands....

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