DOGS FOR REHOMING


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OUR RESCUE DOGS LOOKING FOR THEIR FOREVER HOMES

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PIP

Pip is looking for a home. This lovely little terrier is looking for her forever home, she is 4 years old and is quite small, will make a lovely companion dog. She’s great with other dogs, children and cats. She’s spayed, fully vaccinated and micro chipped. If you can offer Pip a forever home, please fill in our online inquiry form here.

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CLEO & RUSTY

Cleo and Rusty  are mother  and son, Cleo is 2, Rusty is a year old. They are very close, they would miss each other terribly if separated. They are both very gentle, quiet natured dogs, they’d make perfect family dogs. They are a cross between pom/spaniel, and would  actually be easier to manage together. Great with kids, they’ll  bark at cats but not hurt one. They’re  chipped, vaccinations and spayed/neutered. If you could offer them a home, please fill in and return our inquiry form.

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HOLLY

This is lovely Holly, surrendered due to owner Ill health, she’s gorgeous! Perfect family dog, great with all other dogs and kids.. born on Christmas day 5 years ago.

If you can offer Holly a home, please fill in our on line inquiry form.

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PATCH

Meet Patch a 5 year old female terrier. She is good with dogs and older children.

Patch will make a lovely companion dog. If you can offer her a home, please fill in the on line inquiry form here.

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DOTS

This is Dots, she’s a 2/3 year old greyhound, rescued from Roscommon dog pound, she has a very gentle nature, loves her hugs but she’s full of energy! She’s great with kids, but not good with small dogs, she get on well with dogs her own size and bigger. If you would like to offer Dots a home, please fill in the inquiry form.

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RHUBARB & RILEY

Meet Rhubarb & Riley, two year old brothers, both are great with children and other dogs, can be homed separately. If you can offer these  two boys a home, please fill in the inquiry form here.

RHUBARB

RILEY

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SAM

This is Sam, he’s been abused by a human but is learning to trust again. He is good with other dogs and children. He really needs someone who is prepared to give him the time to help him trust again. Sam is two years old and is a lovely dog.

If you can offer Sam a home, please fill in the inquiry form on line here.

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RE HOMING POLICY & ADOPTING PROCESS

OUR RE HOMING POLICY

Please click on the PDF file to read the re homing & adoption policy.

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There’s Nothing Shocking About Why Shock Collars Can Be Harmful for Dogs

Shock collars have been shown to cause serious behavioral problems in dogs, from anxiety to aggression, and can actually result in physical injury. Worse, they are usually used to stop behaviors that your dog may be using to try to communicate with you.

Many respected veterinarians and dog organizations have denounced the use of shock collars, calling them inhumane and unnecessary. With alternatives such as positive reinforcement training available, there is simply no excuse for using pain to discipline or train your dog.

Instead of silencing your dog through shocks, use positive reinforcement to address any underlying issues and teach him the correct behaviors. You’ll change his behavior for the better without jeopardizing his health, welfare, or your relationship.

Read the two different articles on shock collars.

(1) READ THE FULL STORY HERE        

              (2) ELECTRONIC FENCES & SHOCK COLLARS

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