Latest report

Rescue Report  as at  Spring 2015

Since the last report

Maya was rehomed to Danny Sneddon and Bernadette Edwards and is doing very well from all reports and enjoying her new home with her mate Chilli.

Zena was rehomed to Sonja Olsen and her family and a companion for her older dog.

Bluey was rehomed to Sherie Rennie.

Saber was rehomed to Andrew O’Hara and Family.

Mia was rehomed to Peter Gray and family.

Star was rehomed to Jodie Iacuone.

was rehomed to Gabi Tetzlaf & John Davies as a companion for Loki who they also adopted Loki from the club.

Max was rehomed to one of our members Marty Cord.

Luna was rehomed to Jackie Maloney.

Once again I would like to thank all the people that help me out with rescue.

If you can help with rescue whether it be fostering or pick up or yard inspections please contact David Wawrzyniuk.


David Wawrzyniuk

Rescue Coordinator


Recently re-homed & correspondence update

Husker/Bonnie September 2017 Female   Age: 2 1/2
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Noori September 2017 Female   Age: 4
Photo of Rescue Dog Great family dog, 4 years old, female, fully desexed and vaccinated. Best suited to busy family household with other pets and children - she seems to like a more social environment and as a result isn't well suited to her current one-person household. Strong-willed and difficult to train but will 'sit' and 'drop' when she wants to. Has never shown any aggression towards people or animals, not destructive, can be a bit of a loner at times.
Jack September 2017 Male   Age: 2yr 10m
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Hudson September 2017 Male   Age: 1.5 year
Photo of Rescue Dog Hudson has been raised in a loving home and loves to put his head on ur shoulder for cuddles. He fetches ball and loves the water. He loves going for walks and has the sweetest nature. He has been raised around small dogs and gets along with other dogs great. Regrettably I have to move home and hope that Hudson can find an energetic owner who will love him as much as I do and give him all the attention he needs.
Arya September 2017 Female   Age: 3
Photo of Rescue Dog Currently on Trial

Introducing Arya!

Arya, I'm sure Septa Mordane would say its not very proper for a lady to pose for a photo with dirt on ones face!!! But judging by that blur of a tail though I'm not sure she minds.
Arya is a three year old female who has lived with children and another male dog (named Jon Snow perhaps?). Unfortunately she found herself in Harrenhal and wants nothing more than a family to go home to and to do fun stuff with like getting dirt on ones face.
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Perhaps this little water dancer could needle her way into your heart and home

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