Malnourished, frightened and covered in sores, Bambi was in a bad way upon arrival into rescue. The worst of her ailments was a congenital disorder that had been left untreated since birth. This disorder left her knee joints sitting outside of their sockets and the pain of the condition had gotten so bad for Bambi that she was scared to put weight on her back legs.
It’s no secret this last year has been tough at NAWT.
We’re losing one of our beloved rescue centres and the rest are facing a challenging future, made more difficult by the rising cost of the National Living Wage (NLW) in 2020.
Zeus arrived at our HULA centre as an unloved stray. He is a big friendly giant, who loves his toys and cuddles.
Recently, we had to rush Zeus to the vets. Zeus was suffering from bloat, one of the most serious emergencies in dogs that vets face. Whilst rare, bloat is life-threatening and can kill within a few hours if left untreated.
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We have places in both Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 100 and Prudential RideLondon-Surrey 46.
When: Sunday 16th August 2020
Start: Queen Elizabeth Olympic Park, London
Finish: The Mall, London
Registration Fee: Free!
These puppy dog eyes belong to Jacob. Jacob is a gorgeous, cuddly dog who just wants to please people. He only arrived in our care after a supporter spotted him being given away for free on social media.
We’re so grateful the supporter got in touch and convinced the owners to hand him over to a rescue.