Old dog pals are now ready for a new home
Every week we receive donations of food from all areas.
Our thanks go to Morrisons for continuing to allow us to have a feed collection bin near the trolley lockers, which is always full. A huge thank you to Morrisons’ customers for continuing to support BARK.
The Pet Shop in Seahouses held a feed collection for us over Christmas and its huge donation was recently dropped off. Many thanks to Rosemary for organising this and The Pet Shop customers.
Pepsi and Max, a terrier and a Westie, have recovered well since coming in. Their skin is now ‘normal’ colour and their coats are growing back. This older pair (14 and at least eight) are now looking to go to a new home.
They probably couldn’t go with young children, but visiting ones should be fine. They have their ‘discussions’, but have gained great comfort from having each other’s company, and despite having two beds, insist on curling up together.
We took in two pug crosses – one with pomeranian, the other shih tzu – Tink(erbelle) and Jet. They are coming up to nine and five years. Jet is a bit dominant so we feel they may be better rehomed separately. Tink would possibly like gentle company, whereas Jet may prefer a home on his own where he doesn’t have to act as protector or worry someone else is getting attention.
Daisy is a typical Patterdale terrier type. She is very possessive of her owner so an experienced home would be ideal. She is very sweet, loves cuddles, enjoys walks and will be a good one-to-one companion.
We have a couple of single male guineas still looking for homes. Ringo has been a bit of a bully, but what a character. We also have several rabbits, smooth and fluffy ones.
We have lots of fund-raising events this year, including a couple of musical ones. The first of which is country and western star Joni Harms, supported by George Ingles and Rock ’n Horse on June 2. Tickets are £10 and selling fast. Contact the kennels on 01289 306299 for details.