We have an amazing team of volunteers who have provided tireless hours to provide better lives for dogs. Many of whom have fostered for longer periods that we had anticipated. Our fosters continue to be a source of information and experience the trust can rely on. The number of pups and dogs helped though our fostering programme has been significant, our fosters have opened their homes to provide their expertise and care giving to all of our dogs allowing the best possible start.
Despite having to move to an “At Home- Rehome Process” we still need to check on vaccinations, desexing, food, microchipping, and council registration.
We will be recommending training to current owners and new owners as required. In some cases we may be able to help with these processes. We want to give each dog the best possible chance of finding the right forever home and assist with costs when donations allow.
Our focus has moved to assisting dogs and their owners in the community doing it tough. Assistance to help fund a training course or funding a desex and microchipping campaign, within wider community will benefit and result in more responsible and positive dog ownership.