- Hi Everyone, I NEED YOUR NAMES. TO all you AHAR supporters, thank you from the b…
Hi Everyone, I NEED YOUR NAMES. TO all you AHAR supporters, thank you from the bottom of our hearts, human and animal for everything you do from liking a post to sponsoring a doggy ticket, each and every kindness means so much. Every one who funded a furry ticket to GB (or a bag of Creavens) please post your name below. We have 6 super gifts to donate back to you. On lst December 6 names will be drawn from the hat and I want it full of each and every one of you who donated tickets or food. On receipt of your address, one of our volunteer family will send your gift in time for Christmas.
And for those who's names don't get drawn? Your name will go in again on the next furry fare appeal or any appeal for AHAR. I hope ye appreciate its the fairest way I can thank you – if I could send you all a gift I would. At least we can put all your names in the hat. Oh and you'll have to wait till 1st December to see who pulls the names out ! "
- Now the next bit of good news. Allsorts have started a full blown cat rescue asw…
Now the next bit of good news. Allsorts have started a full blown cat rescue aswell. It started a few months back with me begging Gail to help all the unwanted cats and kittens we had. Toni from Klaws cat rescue in Kenmare was flooding with cats. Toni never says no, she works endlessly to save them all.
So Gail has a stunning cattery in her kennels…she wasnt using, so she said lets try it.
So far about thirty cats/kittens have found homes in the last few weeks thanks to Gail.
Thanks Gail from Suzanne and Toni, what did we do without you xx
- Yesterday 35 dogs left AHAR to find homes in the Uk thanks to the hard working t…
Yesterday 35 dogs left AHAR to find homes in the Uk thanks to the hard working team AllSorts Dog Rescue. Gail hired a huge transporter that normaly takes greyhounds to the continent so the dogs traveled in serious style. Rememer these are all dead dogs walking. Dogs from different pounds in Ireland that people gave up on. All were on death row, running out of time.
Two weeks ago we started sending the photos and the info on every dog as i test them here, with cats, kids ect.
One by one the dogs were booked, home checks done.
People fighting over them.
This makes it so easy on the dogs. No waiting in rescue, just breakfast at Gails…. a walk in the woods with her volunteers then on to meet their new home.
As you can see from the first updates, these dogs have really landed on their paws.
Their new owners thrilled to meet them at last.
Long may this help for the Irish pound dogs last but you can help by neutering your pet.
A litter of pups is not " cool". They are your responsibility. Yet us in rescue pick up your mess day in day out.
You dont see their little faces in the pounds, we do.
More updates as we get them.
To everyone who loves what we do, would ye check out Allsorts Dog Resue to say thanks to Gail, Tracy and her team.
They endlessly help these Irish pound dogs.
Gail and Tracy, we wish ye so much luck and love ….xx
- Thanks to Gail for transporting Socks and Kent Greyhound Rescue for making space…
- Here we have the lovely Louie with the Pom family. Louise left with his new Mum…
- Remember the dally girl from Kerry pound? I had to wait five days to take her ou…
Remember the dally girl from Kerry pound? I had to wait five days to take her out.. even after she had been hit by a car. Broke my heart, leaving her there every day…. well look at her now!!!
Now onto Rosie, i had to fight back the tears when i said goodbye to you. We had lots of cuddles at AHAR and lots of cuddles today, you be a good girl with your new family, your not going to want for anything i promise you, your family have
had Dallys for 30 years and you have 2 Dallys sisters you can play with. Here is Rosie with the Plumb family just before she set off to her new forever home she is tucking into a gravy bone and not refusing lol typical Dally food first LOL Xxx
- This is Bridget and newly name Mouse, again this boy is not gonna want for anyth…
- Now the Lovely English Setter, This is Aoife now renamed Freya. Her new owners w…
Now the Lovely English Setter, This is Aoife now renamed Freya. Her new owners was so excited to meet her today, they took her up the lane for a walk, where she held her head up high and was a brave girl. She has gone to live with 2 ex Iris
h dogs, Her owners will keep us updated and will post later on here im sure. Good Luck Freya your one very lucky girl to have the Perrin family as your new mum and dad Picture is of Freya and her new dad just before shes sets of to her new home. x x
- Now we have the very yummy Drop Dead Gorgeous Robbie Willams!!!! This boy is so…
- First update from our Irish pound dogs who went to All Sorts Dog rescue yesterda…
First update from our Irish pound dogs who went to All Sorts Dog rescue yesterday…
Callum our Irish Setter boy is such a sweetheart all he wants is cuddles, he never made it to the Allsorts Website because he had a lovely family email us ask if they could rehome him, home check later and a cuddle from Callum to his new mummy and that was it, off he went to his new home today aswell. Here he is having a cuddle with his new family. Good luck Callum your the best boy today x x x
- A picture, worth waiting for xx
- As we know, christmas is comming. Many parents will buy a puppy for their kids….
As we know, christmas is comming. Many parents will buy a puppy for their kids. No matter how hard we beg them not to.
But we can share this post, in the hope to educate them and try and prevent a puppy ending up in the pound after christmas due to human error.
Dog Bite Prevention Tips for Parents, Kids and Dog Owners
The 3 Most Important Things to Teach Your Kids
Dogs Don’t Like Hugs and Kisses – Teach your kids not to hug or kiss a dog on the face. Hugging the family dog or face-to-face contact are common causes of bites to the face. Instead, teach kids to scratch the dog on the chest or the side of the neck.
Be a Tree if a Strange Dog Approaches
– Teach kids to stand still, like a tree. Trees are boring and the dog will eventually go away. This works for strange dogs and anytime the family dog gets too frisky or becomes aggressive.
Never Tease a Dog – and never disturb a dog that’s sleeping, eating or protecting something.
The 2 Most Important Things Parents Can Do
Supervise – Don’t assume your dog is good with kids. If a toddler must interact with your dog, you should have your hands on the dog too. Even if your dog is great with kids and has never bitten – why take a chance?
Train the dog – Take your dog to obedience classes where positive-reinforcement is used. Never pin, shake, choke, hold the dog down or roll the dog over to teach it a lesson. Dogs treated this way are likely to turn their aggression on weaker family members. Involve older children in training the family dog while supervising. Don’t allow children to punish the dog. Condition the dog to enjoy the presence and actions of children using positive experiences.
The 3 Most Important Things Dog Owners Can Do
Spay or Neuter Your Dog – Neutered pets can be calmer, healthier and less likely to be aggressive in some situations. Neutering prevents unwanted dogs that may end up in shelters or in less than ideal conditions where they may grow up to be poorly socialized or aggressive.
Condition Your Dog for the World – Give your puppy lots of new positive experiences. Train using positive methods e.g., clicker training.
Supervise Your Dog – Supervise your dog at all times around children. Do not allow children to hug and kiss any dog. If visiting children are bothering your dog, put the dog away or send the children home.
- Today 35 dogs left for the uk, including 4 greyhounds. Two of them were waiting…
Today 35 dogs left for the uk, including 4 greyhounds. Two of them were waiting months for help and two were new. Thanks to Gail, Trolly and the new rescues they got to help. So theres loads of space tonight and im sitting here wondering what will be waiting in Kerry pound on friday and Cavan next week. I love meeting them all for the first time. They are all so different with their own personalities. But i want to get them now… i hate waiting…:0(
- Meet Charlie (on the right) hes boxer/collie.
Laura from Cavan spca saved him…Meet Charlie (on the right) hes boxer/collie.
Laura from Cavan spca saved him from a very bleak future.
He was left for nearly three years in a filthy back yard to sleep in a turf shed with no bed or blanket to keep him warm. For months she begged the owner to let her home him. They wouldnt. Then when she went to the pound, there he was on death row. Waiting, afraid and so so thin. His bones stick out all over. She was told he attacked people and dogs in another place.
Well hes only here since last wednesday. Already he has put on weight. Hes food possessive (but would you blame him) but not a bad bone in his body.
Today he showed off his new coat (thanks to Claire and Sarah who donated loads of stunning coats that were too small for their greyhounds)
His future starts now. Every day hes getting stronger and starting to play with the other dogs.
Hes so loving and such a beautiful dog. Shame on the people who caused this.
Thanks Laura, i'll do you proud i know you love him. Hes safe now xx
- I think ye will need a tissue.
Some weeks back, i saved five pups from the Ker…I think ye will need a tissue.
Some weeks back, i saved five pups from the Kerry pound. They were skin and bone, covered in lice and barely able to walk they were so weak.
Over the first week, the first boy died. He was the runt and was too far gone. Next the beautiful black and white girl, and then the lovely brown boy. Heart breaking, all the meds.. hand feeding and 24hr care couldnt save them.
But these two boys…Toby and Tommy beat the odds.
Toby even came with me to Sharons gig in Tramore (so i could hand feed him every two hours) where Irene the owner of the hotel fell in love and booked him for a home when hes stronger.
It took a miracle to keep these two alive.
Today Tommy left for his new home in the UK.
I got up this morn and as usual fed them together, gave them their favourite… honey tea.
I watched them playing and it broke my heart knowing it would be the last time.
So i took one last photo, together.
They will both have the best homes anyone can offer…but worlds apart.
Boy did i cry saying goodbye and good luck to Tommy, my beautful pup who was part of my life for so long.
Thanks to Anita (ark vets), Gail and Irene.
For being part of their past, present and giving them their bright future….xx
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