Rescue Dogs In Desperate Need Of A Home
If you saw all the rescue dog’s faces peeking through their kennels, you might think again about buying a puppy. There are thousands of rescue dogs around the UK who are praying some wonderful person will give them a second chance.
Many have been rehomed through no fault of their own, and sadly, some have had a very rough start to life. Taking on a rescue dog is an amazing feeling, it’s very rewarding and you create a very special bond with your dog. Here are some rescue dogs that really need your help. Can you give one of these lovely dogs a furrever home?
Hope has been waiting a very long time for a new home. She has a few complications, which makes her harder to rehome. She has a heart condition but has been showing great progress. She’s a staffie whippet cross, who was found as a stray. Furry friends rescue centre agreed to take on Hope just two days before she was due to die. She has some very specific requirements because of her heart problems. Click here to read more information about Hope.
Denny and Lena
Dogs that come as a pair are always much more difficult to rehome. Rescue centres have to convince someone to take on not one, but two dogs. This is usually because the dogs have lived together for a long time and rely on each other’s company. If two dogs are the best of friends the last thing the rescue centre wants to do is rehome them separately. Denny and Lena need to be rehomed together. They are both two years old and have lovely personalities. Click here for more information about Denny and Lena.
Murdoch was found as a stray with another dog. The staff aren’t sure how they came to be together, but they must have made friends while roaming the streets. Murdoch has an adorable personality and loves to sit on people’s laps being stroked. He is very bored in kennels and needs someone to give him the chance he deserves. Click here for more info about Murdoch.
Jasper is a four year old Springer Spaniel, who has got so depressed living in kennels that he won’t get out of bed. He isn’t coping too well without a home, and is starting to show clear signs of depression. He has been at the rescue centre for six months, and all the staff love him. He adores human company and doesn’t like to be on his own much. Click here for more information about Jasper. You can also read a news article about Jasper here.