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We have some amazing news! We are now eligible for gift aid and can claim back for anyone that has donated since we got our charity registration. So if you have donated since December 2018 and are a UK tax payer and would like us to claim gift aid on your donation please pm the page or comment and we will send you the form via a very easy to complete link 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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**** ADOPTION UPDATE****

Winston was in a lovely home but sadly due to lots of young children coming and going it was both stressful for him and his owners. They asked for our help to find him a furever home where he would be stress free and the centre of attention. Here is what his new Mum Alex has to say about him:

”Winston has quite a lot to say for himself as anyone who has met him will have noticed. He’s not very confident around strangers and will probably bark, he doesn’t like to be touched or picked up and may give you a nibble if you try. He’s loads better now and has bonded with my mum and in true dachshund fashion follows her everywhere”

Here’s to your happy new life little man ❤️
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A big thank you to Sausage Dog Rendezvous North Wales for the generous donation from your fundraising walk 🙂 ... See MoreSee Less

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*****Adoption alert*****

You may recall the horrifying pictures of the pair of daxies we collected a couple months back (before and present pics) Well BB has come on amazingly in foster, we think she is between 18 months and 3 years but her teeth are in such a state its impossible to tell. BB was used as a breeding bitch and all her hair fell out due to mistreatment. BB is now looking for a furever sofa and her wish list is strict so please only contact us If you meet everything on her list. It will take a pretty special home for this special lady...

Somerset area so must be willing to travel if not near for a couple of meets to build trust

A quiet adult only home, preferably female only as she is scared of male voices but this may be overcome in time

Someone who understands that she will eventually be a cuddle bunny, but that this will take time. Pick-ups and kisses won’t be an option for a while.

Someone at home most of the time, to maintain successful housetraining

An owner who can be trusted to maintain a quality raw diet

An owner who will remain conscious of BB’s high risk for going AWOL, even when she appears to have settled in- Anything which scares/startles her when out is likely to cause her to run and/or slip a collar. Back up of harness and extending lead, and no off lead walking, will be needed for a long time (one year plus) and anyone taking her needs to understand that spook risk is very high and chances of getting her back if she ran would be low.

A quiet location home, with easy access to a very secure garden

BB would dearly love a spot on a chair where she can lie in sunshine

Gets upset with barking so other dogs not an option unless very calm

No cats

Please PM the page if you meet her wish list and ensure you are registered on our database before contacting us.
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UPDATE - Georgia is now in her Foster home. Fingers crossed we have another failed Foster!!

We're looking for someone who can help with emergency Foster for our wee wire girl in Warwickshire.

Georgia is a 14 month old mini wire. She isn't getting on with the resident dog so we would prefer to find her a home with no other dogs where she can be assessed. She hasn't been cat tested so we don't know what she will be like with a cat and she is fine with children over 12 who are used to being around dogs.

As with all fosters, we do love a Foster fail, which is something that can be discussed

Please let us know if you could offer the right home for Georgia and if you haven't already registered with us, please complete the adoptuin form on our website.
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