Recruitment drive is on for volunteers
Rex is a six-year-old husky-cross, and Rosie a five-year-old small German shepherd-cross.
These two came in as a pair and it would be great if we could rehome them together as Rosie really looks to Rex for reassurance.
Rex is very tolerant of Rosie’s demands and is a super boy, strong on the lead, but walking better. Rosie is timid at first so any owner will need to spend time getting to know her. We may consider rehoming them separately to the right home.
Buster is in his middle teens and while he has been with us he has been walking well around the other dogs, but we want a home as an only pet. We know he’s had a bit of a tough time, but he is loving his walks and now that he’s had a good groom, he is taking well to regular small grooming sessions without any problems.
He is a very much a cross, and stockier and bigger than a large terrier.
We still have three ginger tabby girls looking for new homes, either singly or as a pair and a single.
Saffy and Purdy are nine years old and a lovely pair. Saffy only has one tear duct, but doesn’t mind her face being washed every day. Francesca is super friendly and always up for a chat.
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Chincillas Big Mac and Ben have settled well into kennels and are looking for a home that can give them the time and attention they deserve. If necessary, we may have a suitable cage available to go with them.
Charlie the bearded dragon is continuing to progress well and his character and charm is beginning to shine.
We are currently looking for volunteers across all areas of BARK, including the kennels, fund-raising and our shop.
Do you have a special skill, or would you like to learn one, and have three or four hours a week that you can regular spend helping the animals, either indirectly or directly?
Please pop into our shop or kennels and pick up a volunteer interest form. Shortly, we will be having a volunteer recruitment session. It would be great to hear from you.