Meet our lovely dogs and cats at open day

Next Saturday, May 26, sees, what we can now call our annual plant sale, which will run alongside an open day at the kennels.

Friday, 18th May 2018, 14:14 pm
Updated Tuesday, 15th May 2018, 18:45 pm
Berwick animal rescue kennels

With a huge choice of plants, there is something for every type of garden. All the plants will be labelled and there will be all the information needed to make sure you get the right plant for your needs.

Karen, who is a mine of information, will be on hand, but her knowledge is always very sought-after so be prepared to be patient.

The kennels will be open to look around so please do come and see what your generous donations achieve.

We hope the animals will change from the current ones and there are bound to be some lovely dogs, cats and rabbits to see, as well as maybe a few extra types.

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Late last week we took in a lovely chocolate cross called Mac. He is just nine months old and a super boy, which at the time of writing is still looking for a new home.

We got a call on Monday morning asking for a dog, vaccinated and in good health to give blood for an emergency admission.

We took both Caesar and Mac. Both were very well behaved and we hope that their donation will give the dog in need the best chance.

Axle is a lovely golden oldie in the shape of a rough-coated Jack Russel.

He is 15, but you’d not know, mostly deaf, and looking for a retirement home to just enjoy the rest of his life.

We’ve totally fallen for Meg, an eight-year-old border collie who just loves a cuddle. She’s going to make a fantastic companion.

The dogs have been enjoying getting out further afield this week, with staff coming in on their days off to take them down the beach.

These trips out allow them to show their full potential. Teddy, a pug cross, enjoyed a three-hour jaunt along the cliffs.

We have some lovely cats in, with lots of them being ginger. If you have room for one or two cats, please do consider a rescue cat.