Rehoming Dogs


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Telegraph.co.uk

Rehoming animals: behind the scenes at Edinburgh Dog and Cat Home
Telegraph.co.uk
The staff are dedicated to reuniting owners with their missing animals and re-homing others and they rescue over a thousand lost or abandoned dogs and cats every year. The work that rescue centres such as EDCH do is vital, and here the staff go above ...

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Leamington Observer

Dogs Trust hoping to strike gold by rehoming 'Peaty'
Leamington Observer
The homeless hound was named after Olympic swimming champion Adam Peaty after he scooped Britain's first gold medal. The energetic Jack Russell Terrier is believed to be between five and seven years-old and first came to the centre as a stray ...



The Mercury

Tasracing moves to rehome all dogs
The Mercury
“Tasracing have made the bold claim that they will rehome all ex-racing dogs, but they've talked down the fact they still plan to euthanise the many that don't think fit behavioural standards,” she said. “In its commitment, Tasracing fails to mention ...
Greyhound club points to Tasmania for ban alternativeThe Canberra Times

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Telegraph.co.uk

End Breed Specific Legislation Campaign Launched By RSPCA 25 Years After The Dangerous Dogs Act 1991
Huffington Post UK
Hundreds of dogs are being euthanised, despite being suitable for rehoming, just because of the way they look, latest figures reveal. It has been 25 years since the Dangerous Dogs Act (DDA) 1991 came into force, yet the number of hospital admissions ...
Hundreds of healthy dogs being put down 'DESPITE them being safe to rehome'Express.co.uk
Dangerous Dogs Act has failed to keep people safe, warns RSPCATelegraph.co.uk
Law amounts to unnecessary death sentence for dogs, claims ...The Guardian
Daily Mail
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Oxford Mail

Doting dogs are looking for love in Abingdon Market Place
Oxford Mail
IT was puppy love as the Dogs Trust brought its Dogmobile to Abingdon town centre. The dog welfare charity this week brought some of the pooches from its Newbury rehoming centre who are waiting for adoption to win over the hearts of Abingdon shoppers.

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VIDEO: Dog of the week – Angel
Shoreham Herald
Tracey Rae, rehoming centre manager at Dogs Trust Shoreham said: “Don't be fooled by her age, Angel she acts much younger and would suit owners who enjoy long walks. “She is a very sweet girl who enjoys having a fuss. She would make a great buddy ...



Fermanagh Herald

Council deals with 400 stray and unwanted dogs
Fermanagh Herald
It is an offence for any person to keep a dog without having a valid dog licence and a fixed penalty notice for £80 may be issued. Anyone found guilty of such an offence faces a court fine of up to £1000. Stray and unwanted dogs are available for ...

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AGA Cookshop raises £15000 for Dogs Trust
HousewaresLive.net
Named after sweet treats you could make using an AGA cooker - Crumble, Roulade, Biscuit and Custard - they are just five of the 17,000 dogs looked after by Dogs Trust every year through its network of 21 rehoming centres in the UK and Ireland.



Liverpool Echo

Meet eight homeless dogs in need of a new home
Liverpool Echo
He can also live with kids over the age of 16. As he's only young he is enjoying doing training and his new owners would need to carry on with this. Sherlock is currently kennelled in a quieter part of the rehoming centre so, if you visit, speak to a ...



Grimsby Telegraph

Jumping from the sky to help make sure every dog has his day
Grimsby Telegraph
Nineteen-year-old Joe Musson is gearing up to take the ultimate leap of faith by jumping out of a plane in aid of local dog rescue home, Saving Saints UK. Based in Waltham Road, Grimsby, the rehoming service specifically works to find new homes for ...


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