Reunion Dog Walk October 2023
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6M ago
​70 people attended (about 40 dogs) and we took £1250. Over 50% of the funds raised were from registration and donations on the day- you were so generous! 50% will go to our neutering arm, Spay It Forward, so it can continue it’s vital work paying for small trusted rescues to neuter their dogs and those outside their shelters Sincere and eternal thanks to all those lovely people who made the effort - we know who you are and we bless you ..read more
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How odd we must be to our dogs?
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9M ago
We have two legs that make us high off the floor. This makes a hello very difficult for our dogs. And when they do go to say hello with an appropriate muzzle sniff, they are often met with people shouting at them and pushing them away. We leave food in easy to reach places, kitchen worksurfaces, coffee tables, bins. Perfect places for our dogs to do what has kept them alive as a species for thousands of years. scavenging and foraging, using their nose to find food. And us weird humans shout and get angry, wonder why our dinner got stolen and think of them as bad dogs. We think sniffing natura ..read more
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Ten year anniversary lunch
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10M ago
Left to right, Sarah our Treasurer with her newest rescuer recruit Mia, Lorraine, Lynne, Miranda, Jemma, Jackie, Sue . All our lovelies apart from Treasurer of Spay It Forward, Anne, and Katherine Shields, who were much missed ..read more
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The feelings that come with fostering a Dog
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1y ago
The team at Give a Dog a Home know more than anyone the responsibility of taking on a dog whether that be adopting or fostering.  We want to touch on what a complicated mass of emotions fostering a dog is. As a fosterer you need the knowledge, experience and intuition. Alongside these emotions comes a large amount of uncertainty about the outcome, ambiguous feelings on taking this often disturbed living being into your home, worrying about whether you can make a good job of it, feeling obliged to others, often unmet, who have either cared for the dog themselves in some way or are willing ..read more
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Reunion Dog Walk
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2y ago
What a success our Give a Dog a Home dog walk was!! We just want to say a massive thank you to everyone who came along and made it a fantastic day. Due to the turnout we had we was able to raise £1272, which is amazing!  It was so nice to see old fosters to be reunited with thriving dogs who have now all got loving family homes, but also so see how well our adopters are doing! Everyone at Give a Dog a Home is so thankful and we can't wait to see you at the next walk which will be 15th October 2022.  ..read more
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Shake My Paw!
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2y ago
Introducing Herbie, who was rescued from Romania in the summer of 2020... over a year on, Herbie is loving life with his adopters in Kent and has learnt a few tricks along the way! If you would like to send us an update, please email contactgadah@gmail.com with your photo and a little background info ..read more
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Indi Dog Vari-Fit Houdini Harness
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2y ago
We are really impressed with this addition to the Indi Dog range, and recommend it for all our dogs! All the details and purchasing options can be found on the Indi Dog Website  ..read more
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Management meeting July 2021
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2y ago
Finally most of the management team were able to come together, travelling from all corners of the South, for some cake and planning ..read more
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Foster Fursday
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3y ago
It's Foster Fursday!! A new regular post written by our team of fosterers - wisdom, laughs and tears... ​ Lorraine - Gabby and Zac taught us that sometimes when things don't go as planned, it can turn out to be a blessing in disguise. We were only meant to foster Gabby, but Zac's fosterer fell through so we took him too. It was hard work but worth every second! We had the best time with these guys and we all learnt from each other. And sometimes when things don't work out at first, as in Zac's first home and Gabby's potential adopters, it is all for a reason because now they are with their for ..read more
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Who am I?
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3y ago
“I am a Dobermann, cataloged one of the most intelligent and most feared dogs, I have served the US Navy and I will not narrate my dark past on the German side. They called me the devil's dog, today they ask me to behave like a Poodle, they have gone so far as to wear clothes ... I am a Malinois: Gifted among dogs, I shine in all disciplines and I am always ready to work. Today they ask me to relax on the couch all day. I am an Akita Inu: My ancestors have been selected to fight with other dogs. Today they ask me to be tolerant of my peers, and they blame me for my reactivity when one of them ..read more
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