Rehoming Dogs

A dog is part of the family, right?

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Canterbury Times

Dogs Trust Canterbury appeals to rehome seven Chihuahuas named after ...
Kent Online
They are a family of seven Chihuahuas, named after Disney's sveen dwarfs, taken in by the Canterbury Dogs Trust re-homing centre after their owner could no longer care for them. All aged three, the lively group of five females and two males can be ...
Can you rehome one of the 'Seven Dwarves'?Canterbury Times

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Southwales Evening Post

'The bond with your rescue dog's incredibly strong' National dog rehoming ...
Southwales Evening Post
Founder Fionna Ashman said she would rather see potential pet owners adopting a rescue dog from a sanctuary than use puppy breeders. She said: "We typically have between 10 and 20 dogs with us at any one time who are looking for a new home.

Design Week

Fitch creates "indoor village" for Dog's Trust rehoming centre
Design Week
Fitch design director Gemma McDonnell says: “With the animals' welfare front of mind, we have helped create something truly different that not only challenges the negative perceptions associated with the dog rehoming process, but also helps create ...

Daily Mail

Tara the dog fitted with prosthetic legs after Safe Rescue for Dogs raises £3k
Daily Mail
Miss Hare has been rescuing dogs for two years after establishing Safe Rescue For Dogs after working for the RSPCA and other rescue charities. The charity supports the rehabilitation and re-homing of dogs in the UK and abroad and has close links with ...

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BBC News

M62 crash chicken-saving pair honoured by IFAW for dog rescues
BBC News
Working with charities Bulgarian charity Twitchy Noses and Cyprus Dog Rescue, the pair have rehomed almost 100 dogs in their first year, many of which had been severely mistreated. The animals are put into foster homes, neutered and vaccinated before ...

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Meet Britain's WIMPIEST dog Bonnie: Can you give her a home before Bonfire ...
Bonnie, who has been at the Dog's Trust Rehoming Centre in Glasgow for four years, even wears a special coat which gives her a constant “hug”. But after four years at the centre, carers are desperate to find her a loving new home in time for Bonfire ...
Rescue mongrel dubbed 'Britain's wimpiest dog' is scared of everything from ...Daily Mail

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Baby girl dies after dog attack
The baby's death comes just weeks after a coroner criticised the lack of national standards for the rehoming of dogs in kennels after the death of four-year-old Lexi Branson in her family home in Leicestershire. The Aylestone bulldog-type family pet ...

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Third Sector

Bikers make annual pilgrimage to dog rehoming centre to donate food supplies
The Northern Echo
A DOG rehoming charity has thanked a group of bikers who donated a large supply of food to its North East centre. More than 30 bikers from the Hartlepool Misfits MCC and the Estonians and Teesriders MCC drove from Hartlepool to Dogs Trust Darlington's ...
Clarissa Baldwin, outgoing chief executive of Dogs TrustThird Sector

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Greater levels of stray dogs sparks Dogs Trust plea for re-homing
The need for re-homing dogs is greater than ever before, with the number of stray dogs on the rise. Every year thousands of dogs get separated from their owners, and last year alone there were around 4900 stay dogs in Scotland, an increase of 40% on ...

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Manchester Evening News

BBC Breakfast's Louise Minchin opens new Dogs Trust centre in Denton
Manchester Evening News
BBC Breakfast host Louise Minchin won over a host of new four-legged fans when she opened the Dogs Trust's first rehoming centre in Greater Manchester. The journalist and news presenter was given a warm and waggy welcome by the charity and its 88 ...

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