DAWGdogs Rescue is a non-profit organisation staffed by volunteers.
Every penny raised goes towards the high costs improving the lives of as many dogs as we are able to save.
Our veterinary bills alone run into many thousands of pounds each year, and the costs of feeding, microchipping, sheltering and transporting those in our care are ever rising.
Please make the DAWGdogs a donation if you can.
You can securely make an online donation using the Paypal button below.
To donate in other ways,
please ring Helen on 01202 380467 for more details!
Rescuers, rescue supporters, and volunteers do not walk on water.
We don't wear capes and tights or leap tall buildings.
We aren't better than anyone else, but we do pursue a cause that we believe makes us better than we were before we started.
We make mistakes; we feel we can't do enough; we go broke; we have too many dogs at home; we rant out of frustration; we lose our tempers and get snappy; we have to reject people sometimes for the good of a dog.
We are not always likeable.
What we do is draining, emotionally, financially, and physically.
Please bear with us and forgive us our flaws, because we are doing work that's bigger than we are.
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Thank you for your support !
Thank you so much to Mandy at Westons Animal Feeds in Sway
for the food kindly donated to DAWG Dogs
BOTH REHOMED !
progress update on Connor: 21/02/2017
Hello to you,
Connor is a beautiful, clever and fun loving young man.
Very vocal and speaks to us regularly, often with the nearest thing he can find in his mouth.
He tells us when we will walk him, he loves walking! Running! Adventuring!
Chases balls and pine cones. Often find us in Wareham Forset.
He’s afraid of cows, horses, bikes and joggers. He spooks easily too.
Other than that, a very sociable chap who can play with other dogs endlessly.
A precious member of the family.
progress update on Daisy: 28/01/2017
It’s been 4 years today that our amazing Daisy joined our family.
Here she is doing her favourite thing – waiting to chase a ball on the beach.
She has brought so much joy and love with her – thanks DAWG Dogs!
CURRENT HIGHEST BID:
We have been kindly donated a 40 minute Under 17s Driving Lesson on Saturday, 1st April at Ashley Heath, Nr Ringwood
with Flying Colours School of Motoring (Minimum Age 14, no maximum age and no licence required)
The value of this driving lesson is £46.
We are offering this to the highest bidder and the auction will run until Sunday, 26th February.
All proceeds from this auction will come to DAWG Dogs.
If you would like to make an offer, please ring Helen at the Rescue 01202 380467 .
(offers above £10 please)
I would just like to share this photo of my lovely Gemma who we adopted from you 13 years ago.
She is now 17 and although she has slowed up she is still enjoying her life.
We love her to bits so thank you for letting us adopt her
NOW REHOMED !!
progress update: 18/02/2017
Hi Helen, I know I sent you an update not long ago but I am so proud of Jem and his latest achievement.
I mentioned previously his affinity with other hounds.
Up to now it been his own doing.
Last Sunday he had his first official ‘job’ with a behaviourist to help a lurcher who has trouble mixing with other dogs.
I was a bit apprehensive has I had never worked him in a controlled situation with a dog he had never set eyes on before.
It took all of 10 minutes max. for them to both be off lead and zooming round the field…and when enough was enough Jem called a halt.
It was lovely. This poor dog has no doggy friends, he terrifies the life out of them with his enthusiasm and energy.
But dear Jem was completely unruffled and they had a wonderful game… the first of many.
The behaviourist who is also a good friend knew Jem but not seen him in action said, I had ‘one very special dog’… but I already knew that 😁
Ange & Jem…