With ‘National Storytelling Week’ coming to a close, there could not have been a ‘yappier’ ending for 37 of our homeless hounds who found love at last this January.
If dogs could be divided, we have seen an average of 1.19 dogs a day, successfully packing up their bags and leaving for their forever home!
Amongst the fortunate 37, was long term resident Red Ted, who finally after many years in our care, found love with two very special someone’s.
Here at Shoreham we would like to wish all families who have welcomed a new furry companion into their hearts, a lifetime of love, licks, laughter and many muddy adventures.
It seems as though there could not have been a more fitting title for 2018, as ‘Year of the Dog’ has certainly brought our four-legged-friends an abundance of luck thus far — and we’re hopeful that this good fortune will endure throughout the year!
We’d also like to say a HUGE thank you to all who have supported us in helping our former residents start the year as they deserve — in the company of their special someone.
The month of resolutions seemed to hold a promising start for our canines, now let’s be looking forward to what the month of love has to offer…
Please visit the rehoming page of our website to see if you might be the one to make a dog’s ‘furry-tail’ ending come true. Alternatively you can give us a call on 0300 303 0292 or come and visit us —Dogs Trust Shoreham is situated at Brighton Road, Shoreham-by-Sea, BN43 5LT.