Toby [brindle]

Updated May 27, 2015 Categories: DAWGDOGS NEEDING A HOME !!, dogs.

Toby needs a home !!

progress update: 27/5/15

Last week Ken took Toby out for the day, he had a lovely long walk and a stop off at a pub for a drink ( Ken that is not Toby! )
Lots of people came up to introduce themselves to Toby and he lapped up all the attention and wagged his tail furiously.
His training is coming along well thanks to everyone at the kennels but he is finding his long stay a bit stressful and we would love to find him a foster home where he can be part of a family and put his feet up and watch the telly until a permanent home can be found.
Can you help Toby out with a Bed and Breakfast holiday ?
The rescue provides his food, bed and veterinary care.
Fostering is a rewarding experience and we all feel that we have helped a dog onto a better life when they go off to new homes.
This is particularly true for dogs like Toby who were abandoned and then in a dog pound and at risk of destruction.

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Lucky the collie

Updated Categories: DAWGDOGS NEEDING A HOME !!, dogs.

Lucky needs a home !!

Lucky the Collie arrived today: probably so called because before coming to us he spent quite a lot of his day running free dodging traffic !!
He is a sweet dog as I think can be seen from his photos.
He gets on very well with other dogs and is fostering with Jane and Daisy and their dogs, he has settled in well with them.
Lucky is two to three years old.
More to follow as he settles in and we get to know him better.

If you may be able to offer a home or would like more details

please contact Helen directly on:

We usually only rehome within approx. 50 miles of the Bournemouth / Poole area
so that we can ensure the continued well-being of the dogs in our care.
We will only rehome further afield if the homes are exceptional.
We are NOT looking for just ANY home that is offered.
All potential homes will be assessed to try and ensure the best possible home
to cater for the differing needs of each individual dog that we rescue

Rupert (a.k.a Rufus)

Updated Categories: dogs, successfully rehomed.

REHOMED !!

progress update: 27/5/15

Here is Rufus after only 4 days of moving in with us having adopted him. Taking up more space on the settee than Bodi my poor Dobi.
One happy dog and one happy family
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Bongo (a.k.a Bono the blind dog)

REHOMED !!

progress update: 27/5/15

Bongo and his new crash helmet
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Pippin

Pippin is a full-time
Member of Staff
at the Rescue
where he loves to
volunteer to
meet and greet
all visitors !

He doesn’t like having his photo taken though…

Judd

Updated May 21, 2015 Categories: DAWGDOGS NEEDING A HOME !!, dogs.

Judd needs a home !!

Judd is 10 to 12 months old, he gets on very well with other dogs and likes people.
Judd was abandoned and came to us after not being claimed by anyone.
He fitted in straight away with the other dogs and is now fostering with Geoff and has been to the pub with him to meet Geoff’s friends and their dogs.
No doubt he has been joing in with their discussions of the recent elections and is quite likely now fully versed in the politics of the country.
Judd is an extremely nice fellow.

If you may be able to offer a home or would like more details

please contact Helen directly on:

We usually only rehome within approx. 50 miles of the Bournemouth / Poole area
so that we can ensure the continued well-being of the dogs in our care.
We will only rehome further afield if the homes are exceptional.
We are NOT looking for just ANY home that is offered.
All potential homes will be assessed to try and ensure the best possible home
to cater for the differing needs of each individual dog that we rescue

Buddy

Updated Categories: DAWGDOGS NEEDING A HOME !!, dogs.

Buddy needs a home !!

Buddy came to us due to his owner needing to go abroad to work.
Buddy gets on very well with other dogs and has lived with children.
He can be a little shy of new people at first but it only takes for people to scoop down to his level and he will be cuddling up within a few minutes.
He has been to the pub with Geoff to meet lots of new people and has greeted them all enthusiastically, no barking at all.
His previous owner told us that he had rescued him from a place where Buddy had been put as a puppy,
in a place on his own where he had no contact with man nor beast.

If you may be able to offer a home or would like more details

please contact Helen directly on:

We usually only rehome within approx. 50 miles of the Bournemouth / Poole area
so that we can ensure the continued well-being of the dogs in our care.
We will only rehome further afield if the homes are exceptional.
We are NOT looking for just ANY home that is offered.
All potential homes will be assessed to try and ensure the best possible home
to cater for the differing needs of each individual dog that we rescue

Thank you to Pets at Home !!

Updated Categories: Thank you !!.

We would all like say a big

“Thank you !!”

to Chris and his team at Pets at Home in Branksome for all their support during the time we were selling the raffle tickets during April and May.

All of us at DAWGdogs appreciate very much your continuing support of the Rescue.

Thank you to all of the customers that bought tickets in aid of the Rescue, your support is very much appreciated.

And of course a big thank you to everyone who gave up their free days to sell the tickets and to those of you that baked lots of delicious cakes for us to sell.

Thank you to Mudeford & District Working Mens Club !!

Updated Categories: Thank you !!.

We would all like to say a big

” Thank you !! “

to all of the committee and members of
The Mudeford and District Working Mens Club
for the generous donation of £500 that was given to the Rescue.
It was a pleasure to meet you all at the presentation of the cheque!

Thank you to the Friendly Dog Club !!

Updated Categories: Thank you !!.

We would all like to say a big

“Thank you !!!”

to Angela, Kate and Gemma and the members of The Friendly Dog Club
for the £246.00 raised from their Christmas raffle
and also for the £70.00 raised from their tea and coffee sales
and donated to us.

Thank you Kate for donating towards the rebuilding of the dog room £300 that was raised at the First Aid afternoon.

Thank you to Kay and Ollie the Boxer who donated £23.25.

Thank you also to Carol who saves up her 2ps and 1ps for Dawgdogs.

All of you have supported us for many years and not only in donations but also with advice and help with dog training.
It is so very much appreciated!
http://www.friendlydogs.uk/