Here at the Dogs’ Refuge Home, one of our most important policies is our policy surrounding outside-only dogs. We know, it’s a controversial subject, but a very important subject.
Now, if you’ve been active on our social channels, you’ll know from time to time, we get a few disgruntled people who have been declined a rescue dog. We don’t take these decisions lightly and we always do our best to match our dogs with a prospective dog-owner, but when it comes to a dog being outside 24/7, we have to put the interests of the dog first.
Continue reading Outside Dogs – Yay nor Nay?
Back in June this year, a big, friendly floofa named Wade (now named Smoosh) came to our shelter to begin his journey to finding a new home and endless happiness.
Continue reading A Day In The Life of Smoosh
Ian has suffered from depression for quite some time, but since fostering and adopting Amber, he has noticed a significant positive change in his mental health. He says having a waggling tail to come home to each day has given him something to look forward too. On top of that, Ian has made new friends and reconnected with old friends because of their mutual love of dogs.
Continue reading Amber Lives Happily Ever After
Some of you may know that Orazio, one of our long-termers was officially adopted last weekend, so we’re sharing their happy-snap with you this morning.
Continue reading Orazio’s New Home