Tag Archives: Retriever

~ Does your dog have the Woof Factor? ~

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~ Think your dog is the most gorgeous and wonderful ever? (Don’t we all and aren’t they all?!) If you’re in the UK and you have a dog aged 7+, do take a look at the Woof Factor photo competition. It’s open to all dogs aged 7+. They don’t have to be rescue dogs. You […]

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~ Virtual Street Collection to help older dogs in rescue this Christmas ~

Hello! I don’t know what you were up to last night, but I was sat on the floor, with the fairy lights on, watching Midsomer Murders, and preparing the scene for the Oldies Club Christmas Virtual Street Collection, which has just opened, in the run-up to Christmas, to raise as much money as possible to […]

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~ National Black Dog Day ~

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Today is National Black Dog Day. A special day to promote just how wonderful black dogs are (as indeed, of course, are all dogs) and to encourage people to adopt a black dog from their local rescue, shelter etc. Black dogs can find themselves overlooked in rescue, something I have never understood because they are […]

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~ The Suitcase Dogs ~

Hello blog. It’s been a while. There have been a few stories reaching the UK’s national media recently, about dogs being abandoned in public places. One poor soul in particular who was left with a suitcase containing some of his belongings – a pillow, toy, food bowl and food. Others have been tied up minus […]

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~ Adopt. Don’t Clone ~

A TV programme has just started called The £60,000 Puppy: Cloning Man’s Best Friend. I’m not sure I’m going to be able to watch all of it. I suspect it will make me sad and cross in pretty equal measures. Every dog is an individual being, just as we humans are. We each have a […]

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