Dogs Trust Snetterton celebrates 21 years of rehoming dogs in need
Dogs Trust Snetterton is 21 years young on 1st January 2019. The Norfolk based rehoming centre first opened its doors back in 1998 and has helped over 13,000 dogs find a happy ending with their special someone since then.
The centre has a huge range of facilities for the dogs in their care including an agility paddock, large secure wooded area, a five-acre field, two fun playground areas, two indoor training areas plus an outdoor area especially for meeting and greeting canine companions.
The centre even boasts a real-life room with a one-way viewing glass. This room is particularly key as it is set up as a home environment to help dogs get used to sounds typical in a home such as a kettle boiling, the sound of a radio or television and various other activities such as letters coming through the door, all whilst staff keep a close eye on them!
Diane McLelland-Taylor has been the Rehoming Centre Manager at Dogs Trust Snetterton since day one and cannot believe how the time has flown by.
“It’s amazing to know we’ve rehomed such a huge number of dogs since we first opened. Inevitably along the way you form stronger bonds with certain dogs and we all have favourites that are remembered very fondly – but every single dog that has come, and then gone on to be rehomed - I am proud to say will have received the highest standards of love and care thanks to our dedicated team of staff.”
If you think you could open your home up to a dog in need in the new year, please contact the rehoming centre on 0300 303 0292.