- Georgia here . This is Ava who has gone to a fabulous home today, so thank you C…
- Georgia here, have a look at this gorgeous young dog. Someone rang us saying he…
Georgia here, have a look at this gorgeous young dog. Someone rang us saying he was loose on the bog near us for about a week. Dumped no doubt. He has manners also, sits, stays, is just a loving and cuddly dog. Somebody loved him once.
THIS DOG HAS JUST BEEN REUNITED WITH HIS OWNERS. HE MUST HAVE BEEN STOLEN. HE AND THEM WERE ABSOLUTELY DELIGHTED TO BE BACK TOGETHER, SQUEALS OF DELIGHT ALL ROUND.
- This fella was found wandering in traffic near Ballybricken in Waterford City -…
This fella was found wandering in traffic near Ballybricken in Waterford City – if anyone knows him give Pat Kerrigan a shout on 085 8629463
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Found this fella wandering in traffic near ballybricken – if anyone knows him gimme a shout – 085 8629463
- Beautiful loyal loving dog. Two years of loyalty he gave his family then they mo…
Beautiful loyal loving dog. Two years of loyalty he gave his family then they moved away and left him behind, alone and to fend for himself.
He is so sad. He cries at his kennel door looking to go home.
So I had an extra body in my bedroom last night. We are looking for a foster home or someone to adopt him. He is like a springer/collie body with tiny legs. He is like a teddy bear. He will be neutered tomorrow. Trust me, he is a super little dog that I know will give you so much love back.
- Thanks to Nina, our two ex pound donkeys got a lovely foster home last night whi…
- Look at Molly now.
Molly is looking for her forever home. She is 6 yrs old. Bro…
- Good morning all.
I have a photo of a stunning mare who is now looking for a ho…Good morning all.
I have a photo of a stunning mare who is now looking for a home. If you remember her story, her name is Molly.
She was left for dead in a local shed, when we were tipped off about her. We immediately went and got her. But it took a block and tackle to lift her off the ground and four people to walk her into my horse box.
She was just a bag of bones.
For three weeks every day we had to lift her. She was so weak she just could not get up herself. We had to hand feed her every hour. All the volunteers of AHAR were heart broken. We slept in her stable the first few nights, afraid to leave her alone that she might give up.
Once we had her standing and eating. Pat Herlihy offered to foster her. Thanks to Pat, his mom and dad. Molly this morning, is prancing around my field. Bucking and snorting in the sunshine.
Her tail held high and moving like she is on hot coals.
Just wait till you see her photo…..
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