***IMPORTANT*** PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE POSTING ON THIS FORUM

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***IMPORTANT*** PLEASE READ THIS BEFORE POSTING ON THIS FORUM

Post by Rescue Remedies » Sat May 31, 2014 11:28 pm

Please don't comment/post on a dog's thread to declare your interest!

Others who have submitted our Homing Questionnaire feel sidelined if they haven't yet heard from us, or are already in discussions with us. The person commenting might not have the right circumstances, or may fail to realise that particular dog might not be suitable for their lifestyle. Posts 'staking claim' will be deleted. Casual dog enquiries will be removed from the dogs' threads. We are sorry if this inadvertently offends. We appreciate your understanding.

When you are ready to adopt your next dog, please complete our Homing Questionnaire. It is always the first step in our homing process.

For more detailed information, please read about our Homing Process.

Further information on our Dogs' Threads:

Title Bar Information: Gives name, breed, date of birth (often estimated), location, and whether the dog is in foster, kennels or its own home whilst it is waiting for its new home.

Dog's Status: This is located above each dog's first photo. It is up to date and revised daily. Look for: Available, Home Checking, Reserved, or Homed.

Each dog's thread represents its progress and development through our rescue. The thread displays for all interested Forum visitors, the dog's temperament, state of well-being, and our volunteers' experiences with each dog.


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Some dogs need muzzling outside in case they get over excited: Mika
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Some of our dogs waited over a year in kennels before they even came to our rescue: Zayla & Duke
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Some of our dogs have grown up in kennels: Frankie
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Help an elderly greyhound: Shadow
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Help a Pattie who needs muzzling and seeks a single owner: Basil
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Our dogs come on leaps and bounds but some can still be fragile inside: Arthur
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Some dogs wait in kennels because they are big, a bit clumsy, and exceedingly loving: Jethro
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Our long stay dogs need your support: TimmyTim

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