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Ben

Ben had FIVE homes (with another organisation) before he found his forever home through us. He LIVED for his ball and was never distracted by anything, anyone or any other dog. The ball and his fun was infectious and wonderful to see. Rehoming Ben was a pleasure for both his new home and him.

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Guinness went walkabout

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This is Guinness. At 14 years of age, she wondered off whilst her owners were visiting the Isle of wight. For the next TEN months we spent days searching for her. Despite numerous sightings winter came and went and then, out of the blue we received a call from Vanessa saying she was sure she…

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Ben

Ben may be a very common pets name but there was nothing “common” about this Ben. He was the epitome of a “big softy” and a “shaggy dog” all rolled into one. A previous owner found him too much too handle but we didn’t. Finding him his forever just took time and care. He doesn’t…

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Susie

Susie was just a lovely dog and yet she came to us because her owner couldn’t cope. Whilst she was a scatty dog, she got on with everyone. Here she is with Hal and Esme without a care in the world. It is always the case that matching the animal to the family is the…

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Razy, Carla, Katie

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These three wonderful dogs all rescued by Friends of the Animals at different times and ended up in the same fantastic home where they were greatly loved and gave that love back many times over. Katie was thrown from a moving car on a motorway, Carla and Razy were just “abandoned” . Some people do…

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Penny

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Penny (left of picture) was taken out of a kennels only hours before she was put to sleep. Every lovely dog has a home somewhere, and we had just the place. Ray and Ann took her on, even though they knew she had some skin problems, and she is pictured with her new friends Maddie…

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