Farewell to some and hello newcomers
A lot of animals went out to homes last week, but sadly, very quickly new ones came in.
Ava was born in October 2015. She is a sweet girl and full of fun. She has lived with children and loves playing with other dogs.
Ava is a Beagle cross and very full on. She pulls a bit on the lead and is typical of one of her breed, with her nose very close to the ground.
She is quite a small girl.
Buster is just over a year old and a shy collie.
He has some collie traits, which were not addressed as a pup, so are causing some problems now, particularly chasing cars, lorries etc.
He does love playing ball and will play for as long as he has someone to play with.
A home that will do lots of extra training with him, including something above the norm, agility for example, will give this dog the best chance of a fulfilling life.
Sox, the originally grumpy cat, has come on leaps and bounds.
He is clearly settling well, but still has his insecure moments.
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A home that will give him space, time and love (when he’s in the mood), lots of outside access and perhaps a job will be ideal.
Having rehomed quite a few rabbits, we have once again filled up.
We have pairs, singles, boys and girls.
Two boys, eight months old, brothers, which have just come in just don’t get on with each other so are looking for separate homes.
They will be neutered shortly so may well enjoy being a husbun.
Both have very pretty harlequin colouring.
We have various volunteer opportunities at BARK, from our shop to the kennels and fund-raising.
We would be delighted to hear from you if you feel you can spare one day a week of at least four hours to help in our shop, from 10am or 1pm.
Our kennels is looking for help from 6pm to 8pm, someone prepared to be there in all weathers, mainly walking dogs with the staff, but other duties are included.