Take special pet care during the festivities

Are you looking for a dog that you can train to perhaps be an agility, or even a canicross, dog? We have two youngsters that would certainly fit the bill.

By The Newsroom
Friday, 02 November, 2018, 11:09
Berwick animal rescue kennels

Gypsy is a black and tan kelpie-cross and Penny is a two-year-old collie. Both are very friendly and full of life. They don’t have history with children so homes with over 10s, with people who could help with their training, would be ideal.

Mabel is a fox terrier, a sweet girl who does not like other dogs. She’s around six years old. She has only just come in so we are learning more and more about her daily.

Our cattery always has beautiful cats just waiting for homes.

Kasper is around six to eight years old, super friendly and ginger. He’s just had a hernia operation and has recovered well so is now just waiting for a new home. He could go as a single cat or with his roomy Tommy, who is similarly aged, with similar colouring and equally as friendly.

Another beauty is Daisy. Sadly, she just hasn’t adjusted to using a litter tray. We’re not sure if she had access to outside whether this might make a difference, but we are looking for a very understanding owner.

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Some of the guineas have gone off to new homes, but we still have lots looking, all females and all lovely and chatty.

We have a few fluffy rabbits too, all females except one. These rabbits are friendly and will all be neutered before they go to their new homes.

Please can we ask you to take special care this week. There are bound to be fireworks so please keep dogs on leads and cats indoors during the hours of darkness.

Make sure your dog, as is law, is wearing a collar and tag with your contact details on at all times, then they can hopefully get back to you very quickly. Making sure the microchip details are up to date will act as a back up too.

If the worst should happen, contact your microchip company, local dog warden on 0345 600 6400, local vets and rescue centres.