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 Charities Needing Support

If you are thinking of getting a dog please consider a dog or puppy from your local rescue centre - rather than buying a puppy from a dealer.  Usually the rescue centres offer dogs for a predetermined donation to cover vaccinations, worming treatment and vets costs.  This is usually far cheaper than buying a puppy for £500-£600.  If you must buy a puppy from a breeder - ensure that you see the parents.  If the breeder offers to meet you in a carpark or bring the puppy to you it is likely to be from a puppy farm.  Pedigrees are usually false and the breeding bitches kept in appalling conditions.  Puppies are not socialised and many require behavioural or medical treatment due to their upbringing.  


Take a look at www.dogsblog.com for a list of UK rescue centre dogs.  It may surprise and even horrify you when you see the pictures of some ex-breeding bitches rescued from puppy farms available for rehoming.  These dogs need to go to patient and caring homes - experienced with dogs.  But the reward for taking on such a dog and giving it a second chance is beyond words - but only for those with the time and inclination.  There are many other dogs that need new homes that are well behaved, but placed in a rescue centre for no fault of their own - perhaps due to a change in their owner’s circumstances.  The following are pages that we think are doing a great job and need support.  


  http://www.dogsblog.com

  http://manytearsrescue.webs.com/

  http://www.desperategreekies.com/

  http://www.dorsetdogrescue.com/