Sat 30th April : Seafront Charity Dog Walk

Updated April 23, 2016 Categories: Events Diary, fundraising.

The beach Rangers have kindly organised another beach walk for the Rescue!

Jem (a.k.a Bosco)

Updated April 20, 2016 Categories: dogs, progress updates, successfully rehomed.

NOW REHOMED !!

progress update: 20/04/2016

Hi Helen, just had to send you these pics of Jem enjoying a day on the beach in Cornwall and a day on Dartmoor with the girls.
The beach was best because they could be off lead to play with all the dogs.
Had to stay on the lead on Dartmoor because of the sheep and lambs.
He is such a sociable boy and such an eye catcher we keep getting stopped.
Everyone falls in love with him. We’ve had my friend with her tiny JRT staying with us and him and Jem are the best of friends and somehow both manage to get on the chair.
He really is the sweetest, gentlest soul…
Ange, Jem and the girls…
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Bonny

Updated April 19, 2016 Categories: dogs, progress updates, successfully rehomed.

REHOMED !!
progress update: 19/4/2016

Hi Helen.
As you can see Bonni has settled in really well with my mom, dad, Lottie and Jazz.
She’s also met Wilf and Blitzen (she’s so small Blitz didn’t know she was there for the first 2 mins lol)

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Missy

Updated April 18, 2016 Categories: DAWGDOGS NEEDING A HOME !!, dogs.

Missy needs a home !!

Missy is looking for a home.
More information to follow once she has settled into her foster home with Sue and family

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

Millie

Millie needs a home !!

Millie is a Spaniel cross, approx 10 years old.
She would prefer to be the only dog not being that keen on the company of her own kind.
She loves people and is as happy as Larry having all the love and fuss just to herself.

More to follow as she settles in.

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

Billy

Updated April 12, 2016 Categories: dogs, progress updates, successfully rehomed.

Billy has now found a home !!

progress update: 02/03/2016

Billy is settling in with the other two dogs
sometimes he is on the lead sometimes he is off (but we have to watch what is going on around us)
he is a lovey boy with the sweetest of nature…. …just need to work on his recall 😨🐕💗
Off to classes on Tuesday with him

progress update: 02/03/2016

Took Billy to town today, he was a good boy.
Went for a coffee and he sat down and chilled.
Let him off the lead at the field and he had a lovely run about and came back every time I called.
He is a gem

update from his foster Mum Jane:-

Today I took Billy to his first dog training class at The Friendly Dog Club in New Milton.
Billy was a really good boy in the car, it was his first proper car journey.
He soon grasped the concept of basic clicker training (quicker than I did, it was a first for me too!!).
He was very friendly with the other dogs and we are both looking forward to going again.
Billy could hardly keep his eyes open in the car on the journey home and is now fast asleep as you can see!!
Thank you to Kate Hurcombe for all your help this morning.

Billy who was a stray came to us just after New Year.
Billy was limping and it was discovered after xrays that he had a fracture.
To enable this to heal Billy was crate rested for 6 weeks and then seen again by the vet who was pleased with the healing of it.
Billy is on limited exercise for another few weeks just to make sure he doesn’t knock it.
Billy is a young Lurcher with a fab temperament.

The handsome Billy has arrived at the Rescue and is looking for a home.
More photos and information to follow once he has settled in to his foster home with Taylor and Alice.

 

Pache ( a.k.a Max the collie x )

NOW REHOMED !

progress update: 16/04/2016

His 3 yr anniversary is coming up in June

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Cookie

Cookie has found a home !!

progress update: 16/04/2016

Dear Helen
Just to let you know that Cookie is a very happy girl.
She has now been spayed and she has made a good recovery.
She is allowed to come to work with me and sits under the desk.
She is a very popular member of staff.
Thank you for rehoming her with us.
Best wishes
Jackie
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Silver

REHOMED

progress update: 12/4/16

Can’t believe it five years tomorrow since we got this beauty.x

progress update: 12/4/15

Here is our handsome Silver…
4 years tomorrow we were allowed to take care of this beauty..xx
Thank you Helen..xxxx

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Change of microchip details

Updated April 8, 2016 Categories: news.

For those of you that have left me messages or sent emails about the updating of your microchip details, if I haven’t replied yet don’t worry I will.
I have been furiously going through the log of the microchip company that we use and the DAWGdog files and updating them all through the night literally.
I have been hand rearing Tommy Long Tail who arrived this week and who only a couple of days old on arrival has needed hourly feeds.
In between those I have been hard at it on the computer.
Hopefully, any of you that have moved since adopting one of our dogs have, as you are meant to do, updated me with your new addresses and phone numbers.
If not then your dog may be registered to the address you had on adoption of your DAWGdog.
It still stands as agreed when adopting a dog from DAWGdogs that if for any reason you can no longer keep your DAWG dog that they must be returned to the Rescue.
This is still the legal requirement of the adoption contract

Helen