Desmond

Updated August 19, 2019 Categories: dogs, progress updates, successfully rehomed.

REHOMED !!

progress update: 21/08/2019

Hi Helen,
I hope that all is well, I don’t know if you still like updates after so long but I just wanted to let you know that all is fab with Desmond!
What a special boy he is.

(more…)

Chase

Updated Categories: dogs, progress updates, successfully rehomed.

REHOMED !!

progress update: 19/08/2019

I can’t believe we’ve had Chase a month.
She is so much fun.
She is being neutered today.
Thank you for letting us have her.
Ruth

(more…)

Callie

Updated Categories: dogs, progress updates, successfully rehomed.

Callie has now found a home !!

Callie enjoying a walk at Compton Abbas with my daughters two collies..

Helen she is a dream.

(more…)

Thank you Ian of Serles House!!

Updated August 17, 2019 Categories: fundraising, Thank you !!.

Thank you to Ian of Serles House for inviting us again to hold a coffee morning to raise funds.

Always such a lovely event and thank you to all that came to support the Rescue.

We raised a £168.00

Tara’s pups: Carol, Lenny (a.k.a Mark), Ellen, Polar & Ali

Updated August 14, 2019 Categories: dogs, progress updates, successfully rehomed.

All the pups have now found homes !!

progress update on Lenny: 14/02/2019

Lenny wasn’t very happy about having the chop!
but he knows it’s for the best and has now forgiven me (just about!)

(more…)

Kelpie

Updated August 3, 2019 Categories: dogs.

Kelpie has now found a home !!

progress update: 03/08/2019

Kelpie update : Our beautiful girl Kelpie is still looking for a forever home
Very sweet natured and we know she will thrive in a loving new home.
She loves people and is currently living in a foster home with other dogs so well socialised but can be nervous around dogs she doesn’t know.
She would need ongoing training as a little nervous when road walking.
Off lead and running is when she is at her happiest.

Kelpie is around 6 years old and a Kelpie cross Collie girl.
Sadly because of her person’s health problems she is looking for a home.
She gets on well with other dogs.
She is intellient and quick to learn.
With a little training Kelpie would be a grand agility dog.
She is used to horses too.
Kelpie is the size of a Springer Spaniel in height

If you may be able to offer a home

please call Helen on 01202 380467

Phone calls & messages are usually only taken during office hours Mon – Sat.

Emails and Facebook messages can usually only be responded to within 3 days,

so please be patient if you don’t get an answer straight away:

Helen is often too busy to explain how busy she is!

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

Sat 27th July: Serles House coffee morning

Updated July 14, 2019 Categories: fundraising.

Following the success of previous events, the owner of Serles House in Wimborne has kindly offered to hold another Coffee morning to raise money for the Rescue.

The Coffee morning is to be held on Saturday 27th July between 11.00am and 1.00 pm.
Do please come along to support the Rescue and enjoy a coffee / tea and biscuit in the lovely gardens.

Serles House is part of the National Gardens Scheme opening the gardens to the public during the Summer months:

https://www.ngs.org.uk/?bf-garden=17253

Serles House
47 Victoria Rd,
Wimborne
BH21 1EN

Freddie

Updated June 26, 2019 Categories: dogs, progress updates, successfully rehomed.

Freddie has now found a home !!

(more…)

Rose

Updated Categories: dogs, progress updates, successfully rehomed.

Rose has now found a home !!

(more…)

Thank you Debbie & Ian !!

Updated June 22, 2019 Categories: fundraising, supporters feature, Thank you !!.

Debbie and Ian were married last week and Dotty a DAWGdog was the ringbearer.
Debbie with her Mum Glen have been doing the weekly car boot to raise money for the last 20 odd years and firstly I want to thank her and Glen for their loyal support and all their hours they have spent in the cold, rain and sunshine every Sunday.
Thank you to Ian too who patiently waits for a space to be cleared in their house as Debbie sorts out the donated items.

Secondly, I would like to thank Debbie and Ian who asked their guests at the wedding to not buy presents but instead donate to DAWGdogs.
Debbie and Ian have just let me know that they have raised an amazing £510.00