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Make mine a Stella ... or a Trudy, Polly or Larry!

Posted on January 4, 2007

Can you offer a home to one of these dogs?

This article was published in January 2007. Please see Latest News for more recent information.

These dogs are hoping to start the New Year with a new home so they can enjoy a safe and secure future.

Newly registered charity Appledown Rescue, based in Eaton Bray, is searching for owners for the quartet - but you'll need to have a secure garden and a well kept house.

All potential owners will be house-checked before taking on a dog. In addition, families with children below the age of seven will only be homed a puppy.

The dogs - Trudy, Larry, Polly and Stella - have been especially put forward for homing by Appledown and range from young to old.

TrudyTrudy is an 11-year old Border Colle bitch and is with the home due to the sad death of her owner. Trudy has a lovely temperament and would live peacefully with other dogs, male and female. She is looking for a loving home to see out her last few years in comfort.

LarryLarry is one of several Jack Russell Terriers at the home at the moment. Larry is a two-year-old male and loves people but has not lived in a house before so he would need to be house trained.

Appledown always has a variety of cross-breeds looking for homes.

PollyPolly is one of many Staffordshire Bull Terriers with the rescue home. She was a stray so comes with little history but is believed to be about five years old. Polly is very affectionate and looking for a home where she is the only pet.

StellaStella is about 18 months old and is believed to be a Mastiff cross. She is very playful and gets on with other dogs, but would need some training. The home will not unite her with a family with children, though, as they cannot be sure that she would be protective of a house.

Anyone interested in taking one of the animals should call Julie Shelton on 01525 220282.

Source: Robert Nash, Herald & Post, 4 January 2007

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