Rehoming Dogs


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BBC News

Donegal Pet Rescue: Shelter closes over re-homing backlog
BBC News
A County Donegal pet rescue shelter has said it is to close temporarily because of a large backlog in re-homing some animals. Donegal Pet Rescue announced on its Facebook page on Wednesday that it is dealing with a large influx of dogs to the shelter.

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Scottish Daily Record

Pet charity reveals some of the unluckiest dog and cat names for rescued animals
Scottish Daily Record
THE names Buster, Coco and Max have long been favourites when it comes to christening pets. But a charity reckons the popular monikers also make them among the most unlucky names when it comes to avoiding being rehomed. Battersea Dogs and Cats ...
'Unlucky' rescue pet names revealedEvening Telegraph
Spare a thought for dogs named Max, Buster and CharlieRadio 1

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Frandham Rehoming Centre, Minnis Lane, River hosts dog show today
Kent Online
The dog show is part of an open day at Frandham Rehoming Centre, Minnis Lane, River, on Sunday, July 27. The centre takes in neglected and abandoned dogs and tries to find them loving homes. At present they are full with about 50 dogs. Earnie, Stacie ...



Green revamp for dog rescue centre
Northamptonshire Telegraph
A dog rescue centre in Nottinghamshire is being given an eco-friendly makeover as part of a £1.75 million project. Jerry Green Dog Rescue had its Blidworth centre demolished after the 26-year-old building was deemed beyond repair in terms of modern and ...
£1.7m work to finish in springNottingham Post

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Good Cause: Find a Home Pet Rescue opens doors to forgotten
Naperville Sun
At 72, the Naperville resident is president of Find a Home Pet Rescue Inc., and spends her days finding and re-homing dozens of dogs that would likely be euthanized. Schenk, who came to the U.S. from Sweden in 1964, spent many years volunteering in the ...



Bristol Post

National charity aims to lend a helping paw to Bristol sanctuaries
Bristol Post
Between 6 August and 2 September, Support Adoption For Pets' Summer Fundraising Drive in partnership with Pets at Home stores in Bristol, will be raising money and awareness for Bristol DAWG, Bristol & Wales Cat Rescue, Happily Ever After Dog Rescue ...

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The Press, York

Nine abandoned dogs put to sleep
The Press, York
... said: “Taking on a puppy or a mature dog is a big responsibility where costs and liabilities can mount. "Abandoned animals face considerable dangers and can sometimes pose risks to the community. "We're proud of our 95 per cent rehoming rate and ...

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The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald

Police dog charity will be attraction at Emergency Services Show
The Wiltshire Gazette and Herald
... but it provides assistance in emergency situations where a large vet's bill may mean a decision is made about the dog's future based on cost. "Sometimes the dogs are not suitable for rehoming and, as they have often spent most of their life with ...



Evening Standard

Environment Agency demands 'voracious' terrapins are removed from London park
Evening Standard
When asked why the terrapins were being removed, a council spokesman said they are “voracious predators” that carry “diseases including Salmonella which is transmissible to humans and domestic animals such as dogs.” The mission to remove the terrapins ...

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Evening Standard

Nobody wants to adopt dog with 'permanently sad face'
Evening Standard
Rob Young, head of dog rehoming at Battersea, said: "Bless has a mournful face but a heart of gold - anyone who meets her can't believe what a gentle giant she is. Say cheese: Bless cannot crack a smile for the camera (Picture: Natallia V Photography) ...
This is Britain's saddest dogMetro
Dog's sad face leaves her without a homeTelegraph.co.uk
Nobody wants Battersea dog with permanently sad faceYour Local Guardian
Evening Telegraph
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