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Discussion in 'Animal Jobs & Working with Animals' started by cinnamontoast, Aug 18, 2012.
And how do you not have hundreds of dogs?!
Id love to, but i get upset at just going to open days at cp.
But well done to those who do x
Is this spam? I can`t be a**ed to look.......
I do, and I have one rescue dog and one rescue cat. My OH won't let me have anymore
Don't think so...no link :confused1:
Little random though
if i didnt live onsite then i would have loads of dogs, i kinda see them as mine anyway!!!
I did, and I managed to adopt 5 in two years.... adding to my two already. Seven is just too many pet dogs IMO and I vowed I would never do it again, 3 is my perfect number, but, if I worked in rescue I just know I'd have more... especially the older ones that nobody wants.
My husband did threaten to leave, until he realised that it would actually free up more space, so I could bring more pooches home....
Men! They promise you one thing then do another......
I have done & will do again once I'm back at college, I'm currently too busy with our puppy & kitten
i do! and have brought one home. no more though. im at my limit with 3.
I limit myself to four dogs, two cat and one parrot at any one time. I know this is the limit of my capabilities to ensure enough time, cuddles, food and vet bills! :thumbup:
NAWT on the A41? I couldn't come to the Open Day cos I would cry over that springer and I can't have him.
I used to, worked for cp, took all the 'broken' cats that no one wanted
thats the one,that springer is my boy,i`ve worked with him for a long time and have a very strong bond.
I can`t have him either as i have a dog,but i spend my days off with him.
I did an agility diplay with him on open day and he won our version of the doggy olympics last month
I absolutley adore him,he`s got his problems but he amazing
Knowing how much I care many people have asked why I dont work in a rescue. But its beacuse I care that I know I couldnt do it..
All those abandoned or neglected dogs and acts of cruelty would give me a breakdown ..
So hats off to all those who can and who do..:thumbup: you are :aureola:
I would love to but it would break my heart so I stick to adopting .. now 3 dogs one parrot..and supporting my local rescue and animal ambulance.
:001_huhog have good smell sensitivity so they can use in the rescue.
I volunteer at a RSPCA rescue ad rehoming center. I live in a small flat and have 2 old cats (16) so it would be unfair on them to bring home one of the many dogs and cats I fall in love with. I want a staffy to play with, a greyhound for therapy and a bull mastiff to cuddle. But one day I will pick just one!
Some dogs spend soooo log in rescue it breaks your heart. Anything small fluffy and cute, rehomed in a couple of weeks.
How do you go about volunteering?
My gf volunteers at the Manchester Dogs Home sometimes. They just give her one dog to walk, usually a small one.
i volunteer at a small rescue with dogs, cats and small animals, its a joke how many things need homes and theres not spaces...as soon as one is gone, another comes in! Ive taken in two bunnies from here which i adore but i already had a zoo before i volunteered there so as much as some just got to me ive had to say goodbye to a lot of animals! the charity really care and their checks are very thorough so i guess its nice to see them go to great families
That is the question i asked myself before fostering dogs for rescue. I worried not to be able to let them go It can be hard to see a foster dog go. But I find it so rewarding that it doesn't matter. I know they have a good life ahead.