Help Cookie enjoy a life out on the lead
We took in a two-year-old corgi last week.
He came in as he was due to be put to sleep because he had been nippy around other dogs.
To be fair to him his breed is very much like that anyway.
He is refusing to walk on a lead unless a trail of treats are in front of him and as he is a bit underweight the extra calories won’t hurt.
Off lead, he’s pretty fast, when he wants to be.
His coat was in a bit of a state so he went off to Wot-A-Clip for a groom.
We are looking for a home without other pets or children and one that will help him enjoy life out on the lead.
All dogs need their exercise and Cookie is no exception.
Mum Mary, who gave birth to eight pups at the end of January, is doing well. She and her pups are putting on weight.
Mum is not looking for a home, but we are having the first viewing for the pups this Saturday.
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This will be by appointment only. Full details can be found on our website.
We’re delighted that more rabbits went off to their new homes, but once again they were replaced very quickly.
Rabbits can make great pets, but you have to put the work into them.
Rabbits are possibly one of the most neglected pets, once in their, usually too small, hutches they are all too easy to just do the essentials with.
If you want a nosey, inquisitive and interactive rabbit, they will equal what you put into their care.
Rodrigues came in as a stray, but has remained unclaimed.
He is a very affectionate grey (almost tabby) cat. We’re not certain of his age, but middling would probably be a good guess.
He is always ready for a chat and a bit of a stroke, and would make a great companion.
For more details about the animals, contact Berwick Animal Rescue Kennels in Ramparts Business Park, ring 01289 306299 or see www.b-a-r-k.co.uk