We are very sad to report that Gromit is not well. Ongoing investigations and tests show a very poor kidney function which, in such a young dog, suggests a congenital condition or that he contracted a severe kidney infection soon after birth. The vet thinks his prognosis is likely to be 3 to 5 years with a gradual decline in health. Gromit is only 22 months old and has spent most of the past seven months in kennels.
We would love to get him out of kennels and into foster care so he can start to enjoy the time he has left in a warm, loving home. His vet treatment will be funded by BDRNE, so his fosterer doesn’t need to worry about large vet bills. We’d just like to see him in his own home with his own family to care for him.
We’re looking for a very special person who can open their heart and home to a very special dog. Gromit isn’t keen on other dogs and is wary of strange people, so he needs a dog-free and child-free home. If you think you can offer this lad a home for the rest of his limited life, please contact one of the team at firstname.lastname@example.org or complete our online foster application.
This beautiful silver chops is 11 year old Candy who is looking for a home where she can enjoy canine company and a fire side she can curl up in front of.
Candy is a lovely, affectionate girl who is great with people, kids and dogs. She is a sprightly girl who still has a spring in her step and enjoys her walks in the park with her tennis ball - which she is often still holding when she curls up in bed for a snooze!
When she came in to BDRNE's care she had multiple lumps, hair loss, dirty ears and rotten teeth. She was given a full MOT at the vet including surgery to remove the lumps and rotten teeth, x-ray, blood test and a thorough clean of her ears and remaining teeth.
Candy is looking for a home, ideally with a resident dog, where she can enjoy lots of affection and company. If you think you can give her what she needs please complete our online adoption application.