Do come along to the FUN DOG SHOW At Wansford Horticultural Society’s Annual Show Saturday 23rd August Haycock Hotel Wansford. £1 entrance.
Update: 20 January 2014: Jude has been adopted. Good Luck baby x
Jude is 4 month old male Jack Russell x looking for a home. This little lad has a smashing character, is toilet trained and sleeps soundly at night snuggled in his crate. He walks lovely on his lead and already knows a few commands.
Jude didn’t have a great start in life but is now a typical fun loving pupster who’s 2014 wish is to find a loving, forever home. Please share information about this very special boy and make his dream come true.
New Year message from Animal Helpline Dog Rescue:
As the New year begins so does the influx of unwanted dogs, pounds are full to bursting and so are we. Please consider a rescue dog or share our dogs to help us find them loving homes and so make room for another desperate poundie.
Website: Welcome – homes 4 dogs.
Animal Helpline Dog Rescue is on Leicester Rd, Wansford, Cambridgeshire PE8 6NN
just off the A47 near Peterborough, not far from raf Wittering on the A1 and from Stamford in Lincolnshire.
Saturday, 14 December.
This is my Final Craft fair of 2013. Hope to see you there! There may be a few special offers on the day…
Lots of stories updating you on what has been happening at the rescue based in Wansford near Stamford, Lincolnshire.
Click the link to view the Animal Helpline Christmas Newsletter
Animal Helpline is a dog rescue taking in unwanted pets & strays and re-homing to loving new owners. Animal helpline is now a registered charity: number 1151287
Next time you go shopping, buy a couple of cans or a bag of dog food for your local Dog Rescue. If you are in Stamford / Peterborough area you can contact Animal Helpline Dog Rescue by phone or email to check how the food can be delivered to them.
And if you have old duvets, rugs or throws please donate them too. Kennel dogs will be so grateful!
Our special appeal at the moment is to try and highlight some of our dogs who often get overlooked because of breed or looks.
via homes 4 dogs.