Archive 10 August 2019

Lola Labrador

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This is Lola. She was taken to the vets to be put to sleep. The vets got in touch with us and we agreed to try and help her.

We believe she has a condition that has caused part of her brain to fail to develop as it should. To get her the best possible help and ongoing care she needs an MRI so our vets can decide the best course of treatment for her. We need to raise a £1000 in the next few days.

She is just a baby. An amazing, funny, loving, bonkers little pup who doesn’t know she is very wonky and we need you to help us help her reach her full potential whatever that may be. So if you were going to have a few of these this weekend how about having one less and donating the savings you made to Lola because she is so very special.

You can follow the link to her fundrazr page and her story, you can donate through PayPal Foawales@aol.com or to our bank account or even call us and make a card payment over the phone. You can donate through Facebook. Saving lives is a daily challenge but we can do it with your support.
https://fundrazr.com/a1XhOa?ref=sh_5sjcf

Rehoming success – Aslan in his forever home

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Now happily rehomed, three year old Labrador cross, Aslan, had a difficult start to his life. He came to us from abroad where he was found on the streets. He was in quite a state when he was found by his rescuers and needed immediate medical attention to one of his front legs.

Sadly his leg couldn’t be saved so he became a tripawd. This didn’t hold Aslan back in the slightest. He managed to adapt to his new life but we soon discovered in his foster home that he was quite the couch potato.

Due to his difficult past, Aslan had a few quirks. He wasn’t keen on other dogs and it took a lot of work and dedication from his foster family to help him to get used accepting other dogs in the home. He was also happier around men than women, which is fairly unusual in rescue dogs.

He had a couple of failed rehomings and was returned to us after a few days but this time, we are pleased to announce that he has found the perfect home with an amazing family.

They say good things come to those who wait and in Aslan’s case this is certainly true. We couldn’t let this success story pass without sharing the news with you and have included some heartwarming pictures of him in his new home. We couldn’t be prouder.