Page 10 - Autumn 2023 Newsletter
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      Well how cute is this!

      We rehomed this little lad a few months ago and as you can
      see, he has really landed on his feet!

      He celebrated his 3rd birthday and his special ‘Lovely Little
      Person’ in his new family baked him a very special doggie

      birthday cake! We are told they are inseparable

                       HAPPY BIRTHDAY YOUNG MAN!!

      Often rescue is tough! It is emotional, occasionally thankless and we are at times the

      subject of abuse and criticism  - not easy to deal with when we are all volunteers
      doing the very best we can for the dogs in our care.

      And just when we wonder why we do it, we get updates like this that makes all the

      heartache worthwhile.

      This lad was rehomed 3 years ago at the age of 10 years, he is now 13 years old and

      a very happy boy.

      His 'Lovely Person' tells us he is the light of his life and has got him through many
      'low' times in his life, always being there beside him.

      These success stories, of which there are many, are the reason we do what we do.

               Thank you to our loyal supporters, we couldn't do this without you all.

                                       Is  any  part  of  a  pumpkin
                                       toxic to dogs?
                                       Dogs  can  eat  pumpkin  —
                                       both  the  pulp  and  the

                                       seeds  —  but  only  when
                                       prepared         properly       and
                                       served  plain  (sorry,  no
                                       pumpkin pie for you, pup).

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