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Published on April 20, 2018 by Beth Pearson
As we bask in some of the hottest April temperatures for decades, here are our tips to keep your pet healthy and happy. 
 
1. Grooming
 
Always groom longer haired pets to make sure they can stay cool during the warmer months.

Published on April 19, 2018 by Beth Pearson

Stunning girl Pippa came into our care in 2016, after she was picked up as a stray.

She has been at our Watford centre on the A41 ever since. Sadly, the brakes were put on Pippa’s rehoming process after it was found she has damage to her cruciate ligament in both of her back legs.

This gorgeous girl has spent the majority of her time with us having operations and being in recovery.


Published on April 11, 2018 by Beth Pearson

Sidney the Saluki arrived at our Clacton centre last year and whilst at the local vet, an air gun pellet was found in his leg. That was when it became clear that people had not always been kind to him. 

Because he came into the centre as a stray, the staff didn’t have lots of information about him – but were determined to find this cheeky chap the perfect home!

Although he can be timid to start with, Sid is very affectionate and will try his best to get the best cuddle possible.


Published on April 06, 2018 by Beth Pearson

This past winter, pregnant Staffordshire Bull Terrier Molly found herself in our care. She was expecting eight puppies and her previous owners could not cope with her needs.

As it is rare to have puppies in rescue because most are sold or rehomed via the internet, the arrival of a pregnant dog and the imminent arrival of some beautiful puppies was very exciting.

It wasn’t long before eight gorgeous puppies made their way into the world, and we had the pleasure of watching them grow.


Published on April 03, 2018 by Beth Pearson

When Ernie arrived into the care of our Clacton centre, it was very clear that he was in a great deal of pain in both of his back legs. 

Whilst eager to chase toys and zoom around, his legs are simply not able to and instead he is crippled with pain. A trip to the vets confirmed the worst; Ernie has bilateral patella luxation.


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