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CARE Dog Rescue have new dogs coming in daily.  There are all types, shapes and looks.  We do not get many small dogs, but from time to time small dogs do come along.  So you never know,  your ideal companion may be with us now and looking for a home.

We rehome most of the unclaimed stray dogs  in this area.  We only have a limited time to find a home for these dogs or they may be euthanized by the local authorities.  Therefore if you are even slightly interested in one of these dogs please call us as soon as possible, it just might save a life!

Please phone CARE Dog Rescue on  01493 653955 to discuss the type of dog you want, so that  we can do our best  to match the right dog to you and your family.

CARE rehomed 138 dogs in 2009!

Care rehomed 151 dogs in 2010

Care rehomed 162 dogs in 2011

Care rehomed 131 dogs in 2012

CARE has rehomed 192 dogs in 2013

A big thank you to all who have helped us in this very busy year!

CARE desperately need foster homes, please call if you can foster a dog for a while.

 

Dogs in need of a good home as of 15 Oct 2014

 

 

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Stray - Staffie, Male, Estimated 6 years old, Seems to be a nice boy who has been thrown out.

Stray -  Husky, Female, estimated 12 to 18 months, One brown one blue eye, Gentle and sweet little girl.

Charlie - Springer Spaniel, Male, 11 months, Vaccinated, Chipped, Excellent off lead, House trained, A little nervous to begin with when first meeting new people and other dogs but is great after he meets them, A very loving and affectionate dog. 

 

Must be rehomed due to owner health problems which prevent exercising Charlie.

Jack

Jack - Border Collie, Male, 18 months, Neutered, Ok with children, Ok with dogs, Ok on & off lead, Housetrained, Can be left for 3 to 4 hours, Good recall, sounds ideal!

had since pup but daughter is now asmatic and Jack must be rehomed.

Callum - Golden Retriever, Male, 9 years old, Good with dogs, Good with children, but no very young children as he likes a quiet life,  He does enjoys company but is ok to be left for reasonable periods of time, Loves his walks and will return easily, especially when there is a nice piece of cheese waiting.

Callum has an allergy problem and has immunotherapy jabs approx every 3 months, He must be fed WAFCOL Salmon & Potato as this is the only known complete dog food that he is not allergic.

Owner must reluctantly rehome Callum due to marriage breakdown and going into rented accommodation.

Lucky (stray) - Lab  x Staffie ?, Female, estimated 3 years old, We think she has just had pups and been thrown out, very affectionate and friendly, Very nice girl, Not sure what she is like with other dogs, Was adopted by couple who took her to work with them, she stayed 3 days, she is clean indoors, slept in her bed, overall very good, met many people who she was friendly with, but growled or snapped at one woman so the people returned her.  She shows no aggression to people who visit her or view her, so perhaps something about this particular person triggered some bad memories or maybe she needs a bit more time and space to recover from past traumas.

Stray - Staffie, Male, probably under 2 years, a strong and stocky largish staffie, very nice.

Tigger - Jack Russell, Male, 4 1/2 years, Vaccinated, Chipped, Lives with two cats, Lived with children of 2, 7 & 10 years, Scared of thunder and fireworks, Was ok with dogs but attacked by a large dog and now scared of dogs, Now in a foster home with 2 young boys, a cat, and a small female dog.  Tigger is a lovely, young Jack Russell who will be neutered on the 8th Oct. 

The foster mom says:               "I am very friendly and love spending time with my humans. My foster mum says I'm great at giving hugs and kisses and very good with the children. I love being in the garden  and going for long walks. I have lots of energy and run really fast, sometimes I get so exited with everything around me that I forget coming back when I'm called so for now is best to keep me on a lead at all times. I'm getting better on the lead and not pulling as much but still a bit afraid of big lorries , I bark at other dogs of excitement but I don't hurt them....I just want to please and fit in with the family. I need a forever family that is patient and willing to give me some training. I promise lots of love"

Bella - Dog de Bordeaux cross?, Female, around 2 to 3 years, Originally a stray but been in a home for a year, She was hit by a car and had to have a rear leg amputated,  Good with children, Good with cats, Can be very playful, Good on an off lead but pulls a bit, Very fearful of roads due to the accident, Clean indoors, A loving and friendly young dog in need of a forever home.

Archie (Stray) - Staffie, Male (Neutered), Estimated 6 to 7, Lovely boy, very affectionate, Good with dogs, Loves people, Gets bothered by young loud active children so older children only, Gentle and easy dog in need of TLC for the rest of his life.  Vet checked and skin treatment is  ongoing, In a foster home and doing well,  if you want a quiet gentle dog for companionship that doesn't require much exercise then Archie is for you, He is a good boy and great company!

 

If you don't see a dog you like on our web site please click on the link below to view the lost dogs currently with the Animal Warden Services in West Norfolk.  If you are interested in any dogs on this site then please phone Daphne 01493 653955 to discuss.

http://www.animalwardenservices.co.uk/index.asp 

For info on any of the dogs ABOVE please phone Daphne on 01493 653955

 

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A big THANK YOU to those of you who have given a good home to rescue dogs in the past. 

 

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