RSPCA staff hope the three ‘feisty’ pups won’t need to be split up and can be rehomed together (Picture: RSPCA)Tiffany added: ‘They are very feisty and they need owners who can help manage their behaviour.
Marija Stojanovski, who works at the shelter, asked non-profit organisation Viktor's PawPrints, which rehomes unwanted dogs from North Macedonia to the UK, to step in to try to find adopters for Slvinik and her best friend Angel, a five-year-old retriever cross who was also rescued as a stray.
They’ve been waiting a long time (Picture: Blue Cross/Dogs Trust/Cats Protection)Getting a pet isn’t something to be taken lightly or done on a whim, but if you’ve been seriously considering opening your home to a four-legged friend, rehoming is a great option.
Blue Cross will continue to provide behavioural support to her owners, if needed, for the rest of her life – as they do for all pets that they rehome.Now Peggy is happy in her new home (Picture: Blue Cross)‘Peggy’s previous family did exactly the right thing by contacting us,’ says Jenny.
Adam Watts helped care for dangerous dogs seized by police, charities said (Picture: Paul Reid)Tributes have poured in for a ‘hero’ father-of-five killed by a dog at his animal rescue centre.The tragedy struck at the kennels near Dundee where Adam rehomed dogs (Picture: Paul Reid)‘Adam died doing what he loved.
The sausage dog had piled on weight after her previous owner became ill and could no longer take her on walks (Picture: Mercury Press & Media Ltd)Being rescued and rehomed by Jean may have saved her life.
As I was leaving for work the other day, I saw my cat staring at me intensely from the window.We’re seeing people come to us saying their cat, dog or rabbit isn’t fitting in with their lifestyle or they’re having issues, so they want to rehome.
In 2019, six months before Axle, then eight, was due to retire, Dean asked me if I’d like to rehome him – he knew we already had three dogs at home, as well as the space.
Lily had difficulty breathing and moving, and even had sores on her belly because of how it dragged on the floor as she walked (Picture: RSPCA / SWNS.COM)An over-fed and under-exercised dog who was so chunky she looked like a ‘balloon on legs’ has been rehomed by the RSPCA.
Tandie has had a bittersweet reunion with the RSPCA shelter that originally rehomed her (Picture: Triangle News)A dog has been dubbed the unluckiest in Britain after returning to the rescue home she was adopted at 14 years ago.
Everybody at the school loves Coco (Picture: Battersea Rehoming Centre) Mary says, ‘Coco is very popular with all the students.Somebody likes a chick lit summer read (Picture: Battersea Rehoming Centre)Charming Cavalier King Charles Spaniel, Harley, was rehomed in 2014 by Lorraine Pickering, a Pets As Therapy volunteer from Berkshire.
It’s weird how people are conditioned to suffer for true love/grand passion.The consultation is partly in response to the lockdown pet boom, during which people have been acquiring predominantly cats and dogs, which is fantastic, particularly where animals require rehoming.
Dog rescue organisations are appealing for Eurotunnel to clarify new rules clamping down on the rising numbers of animals being brought into the UK.Rescue organisations said dogs due to be rehomed could suffer as a result of the decision to cut the number of animals allowed to travel in each vehicle from 20 to five, drastically increasing the costs for rescue operations.
Claire Williamson, Centre Manager at Blue Cross Suffolk, said: ‘We were shocked when Elsa arrived in our care.Elsa on arrival (Picture: Blue Cross)But Elsa is now recovering and they hope to be able to rehome her in the future.
Pet care brand Bob Martin has identified a tenfold spike in demand for people looking to purchase a companion animal whilst in lockdown, with the cost of not rehoming or buying from responsible breeders reaching £400 million across the country.
Charlotte Pacey, 32, who designs play areas for children, says the hens look very different from when they arrived at her home in November 2018.Of the approximately 38m egg-laying hens in the UK today, Howorth says the BHWT rehomes up to 66,000 a year.
When the owner of the pizza shop, Mary Alloy, saw the shelter struggling, she decided to adopt a furry friend but was sad about the rest of the animals without a home.