Rehoming Dogs


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Norfolk Eastern Daily Press

New training barn to help hounds at Dogs Trust Snetterton
Norfolk Eastern Daily Press
It was officially opened on Friday, May 13 by Dogs Trust CEO Adrian Burder and some of the rehoming centre's furry charges. Diane McLelland-Taylor, Dogs Trust Snetterton rehoming centre manager, said: “We are delighted to unveil our brand new Training ...



ITV News

Rehoming appeal for abandoned dog tied to tree with broken leg
ITV News
A young dog is on the mend and looking for a new home after he was found tied to a tree in Harrogate with a broken leg. The Lurcher, named Woody, was found abandoned by a dog warden and had to undergo emergency surgery after staff at the Dogs Trust ...



Dog rehoming charities in Edinburgh need your help
The Edinburgh Reporter
Dog homing charities need help from locals to allow them to keep the facilities for rescued animals going. As well as providing a good home for an abandoned dog, straightforward giving of funds is welcomed. Many rescue centres, including the Edinburgh ...

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CTV News

Stranded dogs, cats in Fort McMurray rescued by small group
CTV News
"We've been working every hour, every minutes, just going hard with no sleep," Brandon Bryldt, a member of one group, “Fort Mac Fire – Pet Rescue,” told CTV News. Frustrated and concerned animal owners have taken to both Twitter and Facebook posting ...
Fort McMurray Fire: Owners Forced To Leave Beloved Pets BehindHuffington Post Canada
Albertans reach out to care for animals left behind as Fort McMurray residents fled fireEdmonton Sun
Fort McMurray wildfire: Pet owners desperate to save animals left behindiNews880.com

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Telegraph.co.uk

Amazing moment lab dogs kept in cages see sunlight for the first time
Telegraph.co.uk
We at CUPA are very excited to announce that 156 beagles (age range of 2 to 5 years) are getting ready for a May 2016 release to CUPA for rehabilitation and rehoming. This is a mammoth task, one that we are confident of completing successfully, as we ...

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Dogs for rehoming: livewire American bulldog Mumbo loves to please
Blackmore Vale Magazine
He is ideally looking for experienced adult owners who are familiar with the breed and are willing to continue with his training. Mumbo is a lively and playful male who loves to learn. He loves toys and treats and these are a great way to make friends ...



Spalding Guardian

Bourne charity needs your help to rehome dogs
Spalding Guardian
Charity volunteer Annabel Holland-Wing said: “We have had a lot of interest in Bebe but, unfortunately, no help with rehoming our other dogs. “A lot of people were reacting to Bebe's story but people don't seem interested in our other dogs – we have ...



The Northern Echo (registration)

The dog that nobody wanted - Buster finally rehomed after five years in the dog house
The Northern Echo (registration)
And the influence of Special Someone campaign has left rehoming centre staff overwhelmed with a record number of visitors searching for a four-legged companion. Judith Davidson, a Dogs Trust Darlington re-homer, said: “We all adore Buster at the ...



U.TV

Appeal after unwanted dog left on busy Dublin road
U.TV
At around 10.30am on Saturday, a man drove to the Dogs Trust's rehoming centre in Dublin and tied a small Jack Russell Terrier to a pole before driving off and leaving the terrified pup alone along a busy road. The team in the centre were helping ...
Dogs Trust hoping to find new homes for 'best friend' dog duosGlasgow Evening Times
Double trouble as five pairs of pooches look for new homesSTV News
Watch moment terrified Jack Russell abandoned on the side of the road - before kind-hearted rescuers stepped inIrish Mirror

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East Anglian Daily Times

Autistic teen to walk across Suffolk in 26-mile charity challenge
East Anglian Daily Times
Jade Norman, 17, will walk from Debenham to Orford Quay on Friday and Saturday with her dogs Jared, Havilland, Mauno and Murphy in tow. The feat is to be even more challenging for Jade, who lives with autism and significant learning difficulties.


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