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Two dogs leave the SPA and we all say “Cheese”

Today puppy Hendrix left for his new home. He has not been adopted, but hopefully his long term foster will become a permanent one. The reason for this arrangement is that at present no one can be sure of Hendrix’s breed. This cannot be diagnosed formally until he is eight months old, and that is some way away for this little lad. So for the time being  Hendrix is in foster, and once he has been assessed this arrangement will either become a full time one, or the adoption will be finalised.

Many thanks to Marion and her husband for fostering this lovely lad. From being found under a car to finding a new home in ten days, not bad eh? As we so often say, the SPA is a stepping stone to a better life.

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Hendrix – long term foster

Such was the case for little griffon cross Mac. He arrived just over a month ago and is a very lively little lad who loves everyone. He had a chance to prove this today, as his new family arrived with baby and also ex SPA dog Willy (adopted some 4 years ago). Mac is now the newest member of the family, and everyone is delighted for him.

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Mac – ADOPTED

Apart from that it was picture time at the SPA. Dog Rescue Carcassonne has a project underway to create some greetings cards featuring refuge dogs. So today dogs were walked to the garden of the Berriac Foyer, where photographer Marketa was waiting, along with dog behaviourist Vanessa and other team members.

The weather was superb and the dogs were able to sit on lovely grass or blankets and we hope that the results will be worthy of the dogs who were photographed today.

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Isa’s puppy, Newton, is photographed with help from the DRC team

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