Princess Bea is a very special girl who we would
love to see get her forever home for christmas.
To read her full story please follow this link which takes you to her facebook page..
AMAZON WISHLIST AND EBAY
We now have an ebay account selling items to raise funds for our rescue and an Amazon wishlist. Please follow the links below..
AMAZON WISHLIST : https://www.amazon.co.uk/gp/registry/wishlist/?ie=UTF8&cid=ABJ1RLVNZMBOB#
EBAY GIVING : Under maintenance
Wednesday 22nd June 2016
We are so excited to announce that Jodie Prenger has agreed to become our ambassador for our dog rescue and sanctuary. Having recently visited us and met some of our dogs and Jodie was as smitten with them as they were with her. Jodie, a committed animal lover who has a number of dogs of her own ( not to mention a beautiful gang of chickens and churkeys!!!) is passionate about dog rescue and incredibly down to earth.
Yesterday we visited her at her home with Jim the dog for a special project she is helping us with (all will be revealed soon) Jim couldn't believe his eyes when he saw the bootful of goodies Jodie had donated to us in response to her Tweet after her last visit....Tweeting that for everyone who retweeted her tweet or liked it, she would donate a box of Bonios... wow what a stash of treats for our dogs... Thankyou x
We are truly honoured she has agreed to represent our dog rescue and welcome Jodie to our team! Xx
Photo courtesy of Rupert Barker
Sunday 15th May 2016
So today Jodie Prenger came to visit the dogs.... what a simply beautiful soul and lovely person ... I was so touched that she would take time out of her very busy schedule and come and visit our mutts before her show in Bristol tonight ... the dogs simply loved her .... including Bruce who took biscuits from her! And then the most amazing thing happened ... Coffee started to play!!! For the first time since she arrived!
We are desperately seeking foster homes for some of our dogs, we provide all food, veterinary costs and rescue back up. We like to think of our foster homes as a kind of finishing school, it means the dogs can experience life in a loving home environment and get them ready for the big world outside. It really does improve their chances of being rehomed.