Hope Rescue take in 14 seized dogs

At Hope Rescue we never know what is going to walk through the door next. But even we weren’t prepared when we received a call from a Local Authority asking for help with a number of dogs that urgently needed somewhere to go after being seized from an unlicensed breeder under the Animal Welfare Act.

Within an hour van after van arrived at the rescue centre. In the end 14 dogs were dropped off including Labradors, Newfoundlands, Maltese crosses and Pug crosses, and as each one came off the van it was clear they had led a harsh life. They were in a poor physical condition and they were also very worried. Thanks to having our wonderful rescue centre, we were able to provide them all with a safe cosy kennel, ensuring they received the vet treatment they so desperately needed.

As you can imagine, taking in 14 dogs so unexpectedly has been a massive drain on our limited resources in addition to dealing with the stray dogs we help. The costs of caring for these dogs will be thousands of pounds and we’re appealing for your help.

Please make a donation today to help us get these dogs ready for new loving forever homes. The dogs are really blossoming at the Rescue Centre or out in their foster homes, please if you are able, make a donation today athttps://www.justgiving.com/campaigns/charity/hoperescue/animalwelfaredogs or text HRHH98 followed by £1, £2, £3, £4, £5 or £10 to 70070

Many of the dogs are now available for adoption too, to find out more please visit http://www.hoperescue.org.uk/dogs