Friday, November 25, 2011

Can you help Sally?

The Dogs Trust NEVER destroy a healthy dog
Mum & I have been talking to a nice lady called Sarah who works at The Dogs Trust, Leeds. Sarah is a Supporter Relations Officer and she asked me if I could help one of their doggy residents to find a home by highlighting her case on my blog. Of course, I'm delighted to.

About Sally

Sally is a gorgeous 7 year old black and white Lurcher currently being cared for at The Dogs Trust, Leeds. She came into us as her owners moved to a very built up area with nowhere to exercise Sally properly. They realised she was just not getting the life she deserved.

Sally is a lovely friendly girl  and loves to chill out and watch the world go by. She will be best suited living in a rural area or somewhere with secure facilities as she loves be exercised off lead.
She's a beautiful girl!

Sally is spayed, vaccinated and microchipped. She also has basic house training.  She can be rehomed with older children and larger dogs. She is not cat or other small furry friendly.

If you feel you are that special person to give Sally her forever home then please contact Dogs Trust Leeds on 0113 2814920

The Dogs Trust is a great dog welfare charity that Mum has supported for a number of years. This is a little bit about them:

Founded in 1891, Dogs Trust (formerly the National Canine Defence League) is the largest dog welfare charity in the UK. Our mission is to bring about the day when all dogs can enjoy a happy life, free from the threat of unnecessary destruction.

Here’s what Dogs Trust do in a nutshell…

  • Each year we care for around 16,000 dogs at our nationwide network of 17 Rehoming Centres. No healthy dog is ever destroyed.
  • We run subsidised neutering campaigns in areas of the UK with the most acute stray dog problems.
  • Our Education Officers give thousands of classroom presentations every year. Free teaching resources are made available to all schools in the UK.
  • Our FREEDOM Project helps pet owners who are fleeing domestic violence by fostering their animals while they start a new life.
  • The HOPE Project gives preventative veterinary care to dogs belonging to homeless people.
  • We advise government on any matters concerning dog ownership.
  • We have established a charity in Ireland that runs a rehoming centre in Dublin.
  • We assist overseas animal welfare charities by training their staff in best practice.

Can you or someone you know offer Sally her forever home? Please contact The Dogs Trust Leeds if you can help.

Thanks for reading this everyone

Deccy x