We love hearing from our former residents, do you have a rehoming story you'd like to share with us?
We are the luckiest family to have Darcy.
Izzy is such a lovable pet, she is our world and we love her to bits.
We fostered Buzz because I wasn't sure I really wanted a dog and because none of the dogs in any of the rehoming centres appealed to me.
I adopted Woodstock in June 2015, while in the dogs trust he had a lot of health problems and is now deaf, but this doesn't hold him back!
We adopted Melbourne from the Dog’s Trust three years ago this month.
Django caught my eye the moment we walked into the rehoming centre.
I loved Darcy the minute I saw her.
from the moment we saw Bella I knew we couldn't leave her behind.
I first saw Badger in August on the website and had to rush to the centre to fill out an application as there was so much interest in him!! Luckily I was able to adopt him as a companion to my other dog Eve who was adopted from Dogs Trust in 2010.
We adopted Milo, formally known as Harris, in August and we absolutely love him to bits!!
We saw Milo a few weeks before he was ready to go as he was in the puppy wing with his brothers.
Very cute dog!
My name is Líadh.
Woof Woof Dog Trust,
Some of you may know me as reggae but my human mum changed my name to Ted as she is more a rock chick & because she says I look like a Teddy Bear / Ewok lol
Anyways just an update on how I have been getting on….
I adopted Mia over 2 years ago when she was only a puppy and from the very first day that was a pure, unconditional love.
I was on an educational visit with a young person from my work and we visited the Dogs Trust centre in Dublin.
Buddy arrived in Dogs Trust from Cork pound having been found dumped on the road.