A beautiful Golden Labrador, who is now called Pip after Great Expectations, was recently re-homed by the Society.
The previous owner was unable to walk for health reasons. The Labrador was health checked and neutered in the Society’s Clinic.
He is happily settling into his new home.
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The Society re-homes a number of dogs each year. We take a small number of abandoned dogs, some may have been involved in road traffic accidents, who undergo rehabilitation in our care. They are either fostered or kennelled by the society, health checked and neutered. We then advertise for new homes. These homes are visited by our volunteers prior to homing the dog.
We also assist people in difficult circumstances find homes for their own pets. Many people have had to leave family homes and move into apartments (where pets are not allowed). We advertise, carry out home checks and put people in touch with potential new owners Continue reading