Rescue Dogs Photos
Tallulah : what a Christmas present! This absolutely gorgeous young girl went to her new home near Manchester between Christmas and New Year
and here's Tallulah on New Year's Day. She's settled very well into her new home !
A TT without a Tail !!
Theo was rehomed by us in Jan 2008. Just under a year old, the poor boy is without the famous Tibetan Terrier Tail. But he didn't seem to be missing it! He's gone to a lovely new home in Wales. We met him again recently, Sept 2016, such a happy boy!
Madges - A magic little girl
Madges also came to live in Wales - aren't we lucky? A gorgeous girl with beautiful colouring.
Basil, Blaze & Licorice below
This is the moment where Basil and his new owner meet for the first time. He's a lovely boy with amazing colouring.
.. and now Blaze's new owner has arrived. She was over the moon when she saw him for the first time. He's a striking good-looking boy. Poor little black Licorice had no-one picking her up, so she had to come home with me!
BELOW: Ruby Tuesday has gone to live in the North with her new owner...
Below - 2 photos - shows Bertie (aka BB) rehomed to Shropshire shown here in the car and meeting his new mum for the first time!
Below you can see Guinness: now happily in her new home in Warrington. She's a precious, happy little girl.
And below, 3 months later, Guinness is joined by her new buddy, Mackeson who has come to share her home and keep her company.
Also in this picture is Lexy, also being rehomed today. Lexy went to live with a fantastic lady in Beddgelert, North Wales.
Pasha above was rehomed by us just a year ago, in July. One year ago, he is joined by a new friend, Buffy.
This 12 week old boy below hadn't even been named. We soon started to call him Trouble!
Little Trouble (his new owners have called him Ernie) and Molly were rehomed on the same day in Autumn last year
Ernie went to a great home on the Wirral, Molly is now with her new friend Tommy in North Wales. Molly will have lovely colouring when her coat regrows.
Below is Britney, now called Ellie, who was rehomed to the Wirral in October 08. This is very common colouring for the TTs we have had in recently.
The hunk below is Twiglet, rehomed to Holyhead last October. One of the most unusual colourings we've seen.