I volunteer at the above rescue, whilst working at HBOS we started supporting this Charity and we were so impressed at the good work they do. Following my redundancy I have continued to support them, helping out at Open Days and carrying out home checks on the Wirral for rehoming. I took a call from them today asking if I was available to do a home check this week (I will always find time to help them), they said it was Dan, he has been there for so long, its so heart warming that he now has a chance of a 'forever home'. By the time it gets to the home check, all vetting has been done and its just a final check that all is OK. Dan is actually having a sleep over tonight at his perspective new home and its his second visit to start to get to know his new dog pal too. How fantastic.
If anyone is looking to rehome a dog, cat, rabbit or guinea pig, can you please have a look at this rescue. They have a no kill policy, so the animals are safe unlike some rescues, but, they are a fab rescue, so dedicated to what they do. There are so many animals in need of a new 'forever' home.
Please help if you can.
Many people consider that 'rescue' dogs will be a problem, damaged goods etc etc. I have two dogs, both are rescues and they are so loving. When we took on our dogs, Penny was 2 1/2 years old and Jack was 16 months old. Both came to our home at different times/years, both had to be introduced to our cats that were already resident and to each other. Penny was found as a stray and Jack was homeless due to a marriage breakup. Please don't write off rescue dogs, its such a worthwhile thing to do if you have the time and committment to be a dog owner.