Gentle Tara deserves a happy retirement

We are going to mainly feature the beautiful Tara this week.

By Berwick Animal Rescue Kennels
Friday, 01 March, 2019, 14:50
Berwick animal rescue kennels

She is a lovely old girl who enjoys her walk and likes her home comforts. Although she can sometimes pull on a lead, she will respond to gentle praise. She is a happy girl who enjoys a groom. She would be better suited as an only pet.

Her walks could be fairly short, although she would equally enjoy long walks. She would love to have a secure garden where she can be out enjoying the sun.

Tara is likely to be house trained. She really is a gentle old soul. She will be 13 in August, but she is still as sprightly as any youngster.

She is a larger cross, but looks like she might have some German Shepherd in her. We are sure as a pup she was probably jet black, but age has been kind to her and her highlights are all natural.

She is spayed and is up to date with her vaccinations, worming and flea treatments and, of course, as all dogs must be, microchipped.

She’s had a really unsettled time, and through absolutely no fault of her own has found herself up for rehoming for the third time.

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Although initially she is more interested in being out than her handlers, once the important walk is out the way she loves nothing more than a cuddle and a groom.

Upper West Street has arranged a fund-raiser on Thursday, March 14.

A delicious afternoon tea with homemade scones, cakes, traybakes, sandwiches and unlimited Northumberland Tea is on offer.

Tickets, available in advance, are £12 each and strictly limited. Pop into Upper West Street to secure your ticket. Raffle tickets are also on sale with some great prizes.

This Sunday, March 3, The Waterloo Arms in Chrinside is holding a quiz night in aid of BARK. Anyone who knows the BARK quiz teams will know this makes any other team a pretty certain bet for not coming last.

Always a good laugh, starting at 7pm, do come and join in the fun.