We have various events planned for both Stoke on Trent and Manlethorpe. Details will be on the Events page just as soon as things are finalised.
Just wondering if anyone actually reads this blog?
If so please get back to me with suggestions of the sort of stuff you would like to see here. Would love to know that I am not talking to myself!
During the next few months we will be holding events of our own as well as attending other organisations events with our stall. Keep checking our Events Page so you don't miss anything. We would love to see you, please do come over and make yourself known
We are always looking for foster homes, sometimes just for a few days in an emergency to get a dog to safety, other times until we can find a forever home and occasionally in special cases such as old age or illness, for the rest of the dogs life. We pay veterinary costs and usually the fosterer provides food, toys, bedding etc. unless we come to other arrangements.
Fostering is a very rewarding experience, there is no better feeling than knowing you have helped to save a dogs life and then prepared him to go off with a new family to love and look after him. Usually a few tears are shed though, most of them are happy tears, but of course they all take a piece of your heart away with them too.
Jack has now been neutered, he has been visited by a lovely family and his future is looking bright. Watch this space!
I am hoping that one or two of you may be able to help us out again. We have vets bills in excess of £1000, mainly due to Pebbles surgery, Jack's treatment, Bullseye's investigations for his skin problems, Treacle's spaying and removal of a growth on her teat and a variety of vaccinations and minor treatments.
If anyone can help you can send either to Paypal at email@example.com or direct to the vets stating it is for the account of Bullies In Need;
2-3 Trentham District Centre
Stanley Matthews Way
Once again any amount will help. Thank you
The day has come where Jack is now ready to be rehomed. He has done exceptionally well to readjust so quickly. He is now a happy dog who deserves a loving home.
Jack seems to be doing really well. This is what Julie had to say today after she had visited the kennels;
'Went to kennels today and what a difference in Jack. Jumping up and wagging tail. YES, we are definitely winning with him. He loves people. He has no food aggression, I stroked him as he ate. Lovely and rewarding to see him happy.'
This is really amazing, he is coming round far quicker than anyone could ever have predicted. He will be neutered soon and then the hunt will be on for his forever home. If you think he could be the dog for you please fill in the Application Form
Jack is beginning to settle in and has been out in the field for exercise and has even met Eddie and they had a short play.
He did have to go to the vets today as he seems to have a bit of a tummy bug.
Best news of all - he has wagged his tail!!
Things are looking up for Jack!
If you can help with his kennel and vets fees please Paypal to firstname.lastname@example.org