Animal Helpline Dog Rescue
why not give the gift of life & love to a rescue dog?
Registered charity number 1151287 Wansford Cambridgeshire
BINGO - male crossbreed.
Bingo is a male cross breed who came into our rescue a very worried soul, he hasn`t seen much kindness in his life and was scared of human hand. With our volunteer help Bingo now is out an about enjoying his walkies. Bingo has come a long way in respect of gaining confidence and trusting people, he adores his female kennel mate and would love to have a home with confident canine companion. He has shared his kennel with male an female dogs with no problems, although ladies are his favourite! Bingo is still a little nervous a would need some time to settle in the home environment and learn how to trust you. He needs a home where will be given enough time to adapt to new surroundings and new experiences. Bingo is a fantastic dog who is ready to meet that special someone!
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DALMUS - male Dalmation cross.
When Dalmus first arrived at Animal Helpline he was scared from a human hand... Few months on and he had turned into a lovely gentleman! Dalmus walks well on the lead and definitely is getting brownie points for an easiest walk of the day! Dalmus has shared his kennel with several other dogs and always got along well, he has seen all his kennel mates going to their forever homes... and Dalmus is wondering why nobody has offered his a forever home?! Dalmus will need a home with a little bit of patience as he can be still unsure but he has got a lot of potential and plenty of love to give! Dalmus takes treats very gently and will make a great companion to a family who will give him time to settle in.
Dalmus is best to be rehomed with a female canine companion as can be choosy with his male mates.
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MURREY - Pug x Border Terrier ( approx. 1-2 years old )
Murrey needs an understanding home as he is very nervous of people, more so with men than women. He isn't a lap dog and doesn't really like sitting on laps but once he knows you likes to come next to you for kisses, him kissing you , not you kissing him, hehe. He will keep his distance from men and will stand in the middle of the room and constantly bark at them, whether they take notice or not. He is lucky enough to be in a foster home where he has settled really well with the female in the home. He sleeps on his fosterers bed, lucky boy he is being spoilt. And will upstairs approach the man and snuggle up close to him but reverts when downstairs again to barking at him. We don't know any history on Murrey but something has definitely happened to him. We are looking for a home where they have experience with nervous dogs. Murrey loves all other dogs, but takes preference to dogs his own size or smaller to play with, but will snuggle with larger dogs. He has become bonded with George, another pug in his foster home and is learning confidance from him , so a home with another dog or dogs is also needed, Murrey wouldn't bare well as an only dog. He is fine with cats but if they make a noise he is scared, so a home with a calm non confrontational cat will be considered. No young children, teenagers ould be fine. Murrey likes going out for walks but can be hesitant so more training with this is needed. He is totally clean in the home. He can be a bit fussy with his food, but if you add fish or chicken to his dry food he will eat it. He needs a home where initially you will just ignore him and let him familiarise himself with his surroundings and with people, A non busy household is also needed. In an ideal world Murray would love to be just with females but we know this isn't an ideal world , so a hubby, partner will need to realise he isn't going to be a cuddly dog for them. But on the whole he is a fantastic little dog who in the right home will flourish.
OLGA - young female Terrier cross.
Olga is a little sweet Terrier cross girl who already has stolen many volunteer hearts, she is only a small size so won`t take up much space at all. Olga like human attention and cuddes, she simply has the most gorgoeus eyes and they make you fall in love with her instantly.
Olga shares her kennel with a canine companion and they get along well, so a home with another dog would be suitable.
Olga is only a youngster and will need a home where her training woud be continued, she is a fantastic little lad who would suit many homes.