We are pleased to let you know that Albert has been homed! This lucky boy will live with Thomas and Ellie together with their children William, Elizabeth and Hannah. We wish them every happiness together and look forward to regular updates.
We recently welcomed a visitor to kennels, Antipodean author, pet photographer and dog mum to famous social media rescue pup Pikelet - Calley Gibson. Calley spent time with volunteers and hounds alike taking many photos and sharing a few photography tips too. The kennel hounds even got their first taste of kangaroo dog treats!
We are grateful to Calley for taking time out of her hectic tour of the U.K. while she is supposedly here on holiday! Calley left us a ‘pawtrographed’ copy of her latest book – the Extraordinary Life of Pikelet. We hope she enjoys the rest of her stay in the U.K. and look forward to seeing some photos of the hounds soon.
Three year old shy boy Dino is dreaming of his forever home.
This lovely lad has settled well in kennels and is now starting to show his playful side to those volunteers he has got to know. He is easy to walk and hasn't shown a reaction to other dogs when out and about. Dino loves his food and Siobhan says he has an inbuilt alarm clock - he lets you know when it's tea time!
If you would like to find out more about Dino featured here please contact either Sue our re-homing co-ordinator on 07794463249 or Siobhan at kennels on 07960561988
Lurcher Ollie arrived in our care as a stray in June this year via the dog warden. He was extremely thin with a bad case of fleas and was unsure of what was happening to him. As he hadn’t eaten properly in a long time he had to be fed regularly and carefully monitored.
It has taken time and patience but the Ollie we have in kennels now is testament to Siobhan’s T.L.C. Ollie has blossomed into a loving, happy dog who now takes an active interest in what is going on in his life. We think Ollie is about 3 years of age, he looks forward to his daily walks and loves spending time with the other dogs. He is clean in his kennel too. Ollie recently represented Makants as part of our hound fundraising team and coped exceptionally well.
We would prefer a home where he could lead an active lifestyle with the opportunity for plenty of walks and play. He would love to be part of a family and we feel would make a great companion as he has so much love to give. Sadly we don’t think Ollie would get along with cats.
If you would like to find out more about Ollie featured here please contact either Sue our re-homing co-ordinator on 07794463249 or Siobhan at kennels on 07960561988