dog rescue

23 Jun 2016
A CANINE rescue charity working throughout Shropshire is appealing for a home for Asha, who they are calling Britain's saddest dog. Finding Furever homes is desperately searching for a home for Asha a four-year-old bulldog-cross female who is repeatedly overlooked by adopters due to her permanent frown. Asha has not had the easiest start in life, but she is actually a very happy dog. However,...
26 Apr 2016
A SHROPSHIRE dog charity is urging people to come forward who can offer a puppy a ‘furever’ home after they have been continually overlooked for reasons unknown. Finding Furever Homes, which sponsors a kennels near Condover, Shropshire, is desperate to find loving new owners for two of their dogs who have been waiting for someone to adopt them since being handed over to the charity due to a...
11 Apr 2016
SHROPSHIRE dog rescue charity Finding Furever Homes is appealing for a new home for a dog they have nicknamed ‘Lonesome Laura’ after her best friend was rehomed, leaving her on her own. Laura, a four-year-old ex-racing greyhound, has been in rescue since February, during which time she has been sharing with another greyhound, Mossy. The two ex-racers became fast friends up until a week ago when...
08 Apr 2016
NATIONAL canine rescue charity Finding Furever Homes (FFH) is postponing their ‘Give A Dog A Day Out’ charity dog walk planned for Shropshire this weekend as a precaution after one of their dogs developed an unknown illness. Andrea Newton, Trustee for FFH, said: "We have had a huge amount of support for the event, but  we are sadly going to have to cancel 10 April as one of our rescue dogs, Ruby...
29 Mar 2016
ANIMAL LOVERS will be making round trips of up to 600 miles and paying for doggy day care for their own pets to help a dog rescue and re-homing charity get every dog out of their Shropshire kennels – even if it is just for one day. Finding Furever Homes, who sponsor the kennels near Condover, Shropshire, are holding their first ever ‘Give A Dog A Day Out’ (GADADO) event this on Sunday 10 April...
23 Mar 2016
A national dog rescue charity is repeating their call for people to make sure they are Rescue Ready before giving a rescue dog a home in light of a recent run of dogs being returned to kennels through no fault of their own. Finding Furever Homes, which sponsors a kennels near Condover, Shropshire, has recently had a number of rescue dogs returned due to a change in their owners’ circumstances....
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05 Feb 2016
A CANINE RESCUE charity in Shropshire is desperately trying to find a new home for a dog found tied to a lamppost last year. A dog warden in Oxfordshire originally picked up Millie along with another dog, Levi, after they were abandoned and left tied to a lamppost with their worldly possessions in a carrier bag by their side. Finding a home for two dogs is always difficult, so the charity was...
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11 Jan 2016
A UNIQUE DOG Rescue charity that started as a conversation between strangers on Twitter is celebrating its second anniversary by expanding to offer dedicated help to dogs in Yorkshire. Finding Furever Homes, which started in 2013 and was first registered as charity on 10 January 2014, has already helped rehome 329 dogs and donate £50,000 to help cover the vet and food bills of canines being cared...
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29 Dec 2015
A NATIONAL dog charity is launching a ‘Rescue Ready’ campaign after a number of animals had been returned by their new owners for reasons ‘so daft’ you could not make them up. Finding Furever Homes, which rescues and rehomes dogs throughout England, Wales and Scotland, is launching the campaign in time for New Year in order to encourage people to give serious thought to taking on a rescue dog and...
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06 Oct 2015
AN ELDERLY dog who was used as a breeding machine prior to being abandoned is looking for a loving retirement home of her own, where she is the one being looked after. Skye, who is a brindle coloured crossbreed, was rescued from the North East after she was picked up by a dog warden in Newcastle after being found stray. And now charity Finding Furever Homes is on a mission to find her the home...
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