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Published on May 03, 2019 by Beth Pearson

A car can become an oven. When it is 22 degrees outside the inside of a car can reach an unbearable 47 degrees within an hour.

Nobody ever thinks it’s going to happen to them. Yet every year many people still gamble with their dog’s life by leaving them alone in a car on a warm day. 

Many people still believe it will be OK if the windows are open slightly or they have parked in the shade, but it’s still dangerous. 


Published on April 24, 2019 by Beth Pearson

Rehomed from our HULA centre last year, Woody is a gorgeous young cat with a lot of love to give. Sadly, he arrived back in our care due to a severe medical condition he has developed, which his owner could not afford to treat. 

Our vets tell us that if Woody had not arrived in our care when he did, his bladder would have burst and he would have died this week. 

He is currently on a drip with a catheter installed due to a blockage to his bladder, which isnt allowing him to pass urine naturally. He is awaiting an urgent operation to remove the blockage.


Published on April 23, 2019 by Beth Pearson

As a charity who receives no government funding, the support and donations from our supporters allow us to continue to provide a safe place for abandoned and unwanted animals and give them the care and rehabilitation they need and help them get a new start in life.

Mortgage broker Loans Warehouse, a supporter of our Watford centre, took on a huge challenge to run 653 miles in order to raise money to sponsor a kennel block at our Watford centre.


Published on April 11, 2019 by Beth Pearson
Although muzzles have received a negative reputation in mainstream media, you never know when you might need to use one.

Published on April 10, 2019 by Beth Pearson
Whilst we would always recommend taking classes at your local dog training club, not only for the expert advice but also for the opportunity to train with the distraction of other dogs around, here are five easy-to-digest, useful and fun training tips that you can practice with your dog whenever you have a spare two minutes.
 
Regular training with your dog will not only teach them useful behaviours, but also help the two of you build a strong, lifelong bond.
 
Remember to teach only one exercise per session otherwise you might confuse you

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