Don’t Overlook the Golden Oldies

My experience in dog rescue bought to light how overlooked the more mature dogs were when it came to be considered for adoption. I completely agree that a puppy comes with no emotional baggage, can be trained easily and after all who doesn't love a puppy? Having said that, choosing to adopt a rescue puppy... Continue Reading →

Epilepsy in Dogs

Uri had been with us for a few days and luckily hadn't managed to escape. So, it was off to the vets for the snip, a requirement before he could be rehomed. Not long after we dropped him off the vet rang 'Uri's had a reaction to the anaesthetic, we nearly lost him but he's... Continue Reading →

Epilepsy, in Dogs

Epilepsy in Dogs Uri had been with us for a few days and luckily hadn't managed to escape. So, it was off to the vets for the snip, a requirement before he could be rehomed. Not long after we dropped him off the vet rang 'Uri's had a reaction to the anesthetic, we nearly lost... Continue Reading →

Rescue Dog Fostering

Rescue Dog Fostering. "How Do You Let Them Go?" It's the first question everyone asks about fostering rescue dogs The answer is with great difficulty and sometimes we fail and end up adopting the dogs ourselves. When a dog leaves it feels like a bereavement. However, there is the knowledge that the dog has gone... Continue Reading →

Farewell Harvey

Harvey was with us from January until May 31st 2014 he was just seven years old He continued to live his life to the max. There was always someone on hand to give cuddles and kisses on tap. Holly and Alfie provided all the canine help he needed. We were a good team! There was... Continue Reading →

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