Pennine Animal Welfare Society – a local charity that rescues and re-homes local animals –would like to introduce three new beautiful dogs ready to find their forever-home this month.
Denzel is a lovely two-year-old boxer/staffy cross with a lovely nature. He is a lively boy with some basic obedience, although his new owner would need to continue with his training to bring out the best in him.
Though not having had much interaction with other dogs prior to arriving at PAWS, Denzel is a quick learner and, whilst initially nervous, he does seem to enjoy interacting with other dogs once introduced.
He is looking for a home ideally with someone with experience of bull breeds and who is willing to give him plenty of interaction, exercise and training.
Denzel is a great character and will make a great companion in his forever-home.
Benny is an approximately 4/5-year-old black cairn who was abandoned in freezing temperatures outside of a local supermarket.
After being cleaned up and rehabilitated, Benny is a lovely companion who walks and travels well.
He has good interaction with other dogs and is a self-assured little chap. He displays typical terrier tendencies and has had some training but needs some TLC.
Ella is a one-year-old gorgeous Alsatian.
She is a strong, lively girl who is ideally looking for a working home with an experienced owner, where she will be trained to her full potential. She is keen to learn and has a good nature.
All of the animals taken in by PAWS are given all necessary veterinary treatment (including neutering and vaccination), and are given training whilst in their foster homes.
PAWS, a charity organisation which is run by volunteers, has had some wonderful success stories of rescuing and re-homing many animals in the local area.
The abandoned and abused animals that have been rescued and rehabilitated by PAWS are now in the hundreds – a remarkable achievement for such a new organisation.
Despite its continuing success, PAWS still has many animals in foster homes awaiting a place with a new family.
The organisation is always looking for new volunteers and/or foster families.
If you would any more information on any other the animals currently in PAWS’ care or regarding becoming involved then please call Lisa on 07817 000604, or visit the website: http://pennineanimalwelfaresociety.org/ or the Facebook site: www.facebook.com/Pennineanimalwelfare.
The next meeting is being held at Longfield Equestrian Centre, Lumbutts Road on Wednesday, May 13, at 6.30pm. All are welcome to attend.