Barry is longing for a home

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Football mad and bouncy ball loving Barry is full-of-life and craves affection. He’s great with other dogs, walks well on a harness and responds well to gentle correction if pulls. Barry has shown signs of being worried when left on his own for too long, but this could also be due to boredom and stress of kennel life, new owners may find it useful to look into ways of dealing with separation anxiety and consider crate training, although we hope this may not be necessary once in a stable home environment. Barry is a super little boy and is 3 years old. To meet Barry, please email – rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk

 

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Tank needs a home

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Super-soppy Tank is adored by everyone at the centre, and staff can’t resist giving him plenty of hugs. This big guy has had quite a hard life so far, but it doesn’t seem to have dampened his spirits, or love of people. Throughout the day you will often find him having a good chomp on his kong toy, or playing with a squeaky one, keeping him amused for ages; no tennis balls though as he has a tendency to eat them! Early signs of hip dysplasia in Tank are present, but can be easily controlled by making sure he doesn’t become overweight, plus a possible susceptibility to ear infections that can be easily treated using ear drops. We hope 5 year old Tank will make his new owners as happy as he makes us. If you think you can offer Tank a home, please email – rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk

 

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Rachel needs a home

Rachel can be quite a shy girl at first but soon comes out of her shell with some attention. She would probably prefer a quieter home but I’m sure she would settle in anywhere very quickly as long as she gets the love and affection she deserves. She was abandoned which is how she ended up with us, so now we’ve got her back to full health, we’d love to see her find a loving family and a place to call home.

If you think you could offer her a home, please email us on rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk to book an appointment.

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Bess needs a home

Bess is a beautiful domestic short hair and has been with us for quite a long time. She is very loving and loves cuddles, but is also very playful and loves any attention. She’s only a small girl and will likely remain a tiny kitty cat. If you think you could offer her a home, please email us on rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk to book an appointment.

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Elvis needs a patient home

Elvis is an extremely friendly boy. He is a Persian and has had a horrible start to his life having been ‘raised’ on a puppy farm. We have been taking care of him for some months now and are pleased to say he is now available to rehome. Elvis will need a particularly patient owner though due to his toileting habits. He does wee in his litter tray but currently isn’t using them to poo in. It’s likely that when in a home environment this will improve but his new owners should take this in to account.

We do need to make you aware that on admission to us Elvis had ringworm which is a zoonotic disease transferable to humans. He has been treated for the condition and is now clear of the disease but we need to make potential owners aware that it is possible for the condition to reoccur. For more information about ringworm in humans see http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Ringworm/Pages/Introduction.aspx

If you think you could offer him a home, please email us on rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk to book an appointment.

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Latoya needs a home

Latoya is an extremely friendly little girl and loves to climb up you like a climbing post and sit on your shoulder. She is a Persian and has had a horrible start to her life having been ‘raised’ on a puppy farm. We have been taking care of her for some months now and are pleased to say she is now available to rehome.

We do need to make you aware that on admission to us this had ringworm which is a zoonotic disease transferable to humans. She has been treated for the condition and is now clear of the disease but we need to make potential owners aware that it is possible for the condition to reoccur. For more information about ringworm in humans see http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Ringworm/Pages/Introduction.aspx

If you think you could offer her a home, please email us on rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk to book an appointment.

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Janet needs a home

Janet is an extremely friendly little girl but can be a little shy at first. Once she comes round she’s wonderful to be with. She is a Persian and has had a horrible start to her life having been ‘raised’ on a puppy farm. We have been taking care of her for some months now and are pleased to say she is now available to rehome.

We do need to make you aware that on admission to us this Janet had ringworm which is a zoonotic disease transferable to humans. She has been treated for the condition and is now clear of the disease but we need to make potential owners aware that it is possible for the condition to reoccur. For more information about ringworm in humans see http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Ringworm/Pages/Introduction.aspx

If you think you could offer her a home, please email us on rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk to book an appointment.

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Wispa Needs a Home

Wispa is an extremely friendly little girl. She is a Persian and has had a horrible start to her life having been ‘raised’ on a puppy farm. We have been taking care of her for some months now and are pleased to say she is now available to rehome. How can you resist those beautiful blue eyes?

We do need to make you aware that on admission to us this Wispa had ringworm which is a zoonotic disease transferable to humans. She has been treated for the condition and is now clear of the disease but we need to make potential owners aware that it is possible for the condition to reoccur. For more information about ringworm in humans see http://www.nhs.uk/conditions/Ringworm/Pages/Introduction.aspx

If you think you could offer her a home, please email us on rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk to book an appointment.

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Trustees working hard!

On 17th August, the branch trustees stepped in to the shoes of the staff and ran the centre for the day! After undertaking training and with support from qualified volunteers they took the reins and worked very hard for the day! From mucking out, to dog walking and cat socialising, they really did the branch proud.

On behalf of all the staff we’re very grateful to our trustees for allowing us our first staff away day and would like to thank them for their support.

From the looks of these pictures they had great fun! They even raised money for the branch through sponsorship, so a brilliant day all in all!

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Kirk is longing for a home

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Happy-go-lucky Kirk is a bright and breezy 6 year old who is enthusiastic with everyone he meets. With his outgoing and friendly personality, he’ll fit nicely into any home, and show what a loveable softy he can be. To give handsome Kirk a really good life and loving home, email – rehoming@rspca-whs.org.uk

 

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