We have a new arrival. Read all about Brian on our homeless hounds page
Many thanks to all who sent donations in memory of June, proud owner of the much loved Meadow. June was a lovely lady who always stayed in touch, we are so grateful for the wonderful home she gave Meadow.
We have written to those for whom we have an address but to those we don’t thank you very much indeed. We have been self funding since March 2020 and all donations will be used to help cover the kennel fees, Vet bills, worm and flea treatments, collars muzzles and coats and any other costs incurred for the dogs in our care and of course for special treats for them all.
We are happy to say Meadow has found happiness again with a new family, she also has a friend and house mate Danny (Listen Danny). Thank you all for your kindness.
Great weekend for Whizzy Secret and Blackhill Jet. Both went to their forever homes this weekend. They went with much love from us all and we look forward to updates on both.
We have had news of Devon Blackie who recently went home with Saving Mullpark (Mollie)
Devon is a happy, playful little boy; and after a few toilet accidents has settled well. Mollie is being an excellent and patient big sister to her annoying little brother, showing him the ropes of home life and keeping him in check every now and again!
Both have recently attended their first cricket games (something that we as a family do a lot of!), and were superstars, enjoying the opportunity to sunbathe and to be fussed by lots of new friends.
Romeo Speedy and Black Hill Jet were both reserved today and will be going home shortly. Great news for these smashing boys.
Meet Whizzy Bling on our Homeless Hounds page. What a little beauty.
Meet the gorgeous Romeo Speedy on our Homeless hounds page.
It is with much sadness we report that Rocky (Guinness Rock) has after a short illness crossed the bridge. Rocky found his forever family after meeting them on our stand at the Clacton Food and Drink Festival way back in 2015. They fell in love with him instantly.They have paid this lovely tribute to him.
“Rocky was a handsome boy and we loved him so much. Everyone that met him said what a gorgeous looking dog he was and he turned heads wherever he went. He was so good with all of our six grandchildren and they loved him as much as we did. We had nearly 6 amazing years with Rocky and feel blessed to have had those years with him. Rocky’s illness was sudden (just a couple of months) and although he was seen by the vet his health deteriorated very quickly. Sadly we had to make the heart breaking decision to end his suffering (which was one of the hardest things we have ever had to do). Our only consolation is he is no longer in pain.”
Our hearts go out to Rocky’s family and we thank them so much for the wonderful home they gave him.
Last Saturday we said fond farewells to Ozzy (Swan Style), Gregory (Going Forward) and Big John (Seaglass Tiger). Good luck to these three lovely boys. We wish them well and send them on their way with bucketfuls of love from us all. It was Biscuits (Swift Biscuit) turn to go home on Sunday.
We have had two new boys arrive this week. Meet Devon and Jet on our homeless hounds page. As well as Devon and Jet arriving Dillymore’s little boy Gregory retired and is now available. Little sweethearts one and all.