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Mrs Murray's Home for Stray Dogs and Cats

Mrs Murray's Home for Stray Dogs and Cats

Mrs Murray's was founded in 1889, by Mrs Susan Murray, as a place of refuge and shelter for lost and stray dogs and cats in Aberdeen City and Shire. The Home has since expanded to take in animals from their owners, who for a variety of reasons can no longer keep them, and find new homes for them. The home also caters for a variety of small animals who have been abandoned and need to be placed in loving new homes.

One of the largest places of it's kind in the North East and is largely dependent on legacies and public donations to help towards the cost of caring for the animals. Each year over 1500 animals pass through our gates. Most are abandoned and unwanted. The Home is a registered charity and relies on donations and the support of the pubic to help fund the cost of looking after the animals and securing their future.

Mrs Murray's accepts animals to be re-homed from their present owners who, for a variety of reasons can no longer keep them. If you need to talk to us about accepting a pet you can no longer look after, please call us to talk over your requirements.

Likewise, if you are interested in adopting an animal that needs re-homes, please visit our gallery here, or call the centre on 01224 483624.

We offer a professional boarding service for dogs, cats, small animals and birds.

Each pet has their own private pen, and a dedicated team of trained staff to cater for their every need, no matter how spoiled they are!!

If you are interested in Mrs Murray's Home for Stray Dogs and Catsboarding, please click the links above for more infomation.


Sours: https://www.thegooddogguide.com/aberdeenshire/aberdeen/dog-rescue-rehoming-centres/mrs-murrayand039s-home-for-stray-dogs-and-cats/10976

We’re Barking Mad Dog Rescue. We’re a UK registered charity (1160985) working to improve the lives of abandoned dogs in Romania. 

We have a hands-on team in Romania at our shelters in Constanta and Calarasi, where we care for around 500 dogs and puppies, many of whom have been rescued from unimaginable abuse and neglect.

We also provide food, vet care and support to two other shelters in Romania.

In total, we feed more than 500 dogs every single day.

We aim to rehome as many of the saved dogs as we can.

In the UK, we have a team of volunteer adoption specialists working with potential adopters and foster carers across the country. Although we aim to rehome as many of the saved dogs as we can, some unfortunately will never be suitable to make that journey. These dogs are available for sponsor here.

If you think you can offer a home to one of our dogs please read the information here, or if you’re interested in fundraising or getting involved with Barking Mad Dog Rescue in any way at all, then contact us.

Sours: https://www.barkingmaddogrescue.co.uk/
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We match our dogs to their new owners to ensure the perfect fit with your family.

Our Dogs


    Adult Only

    Only Pet in Household

    Live With Cats

    Family Home


    On-Going Training Required


  • Coco & Paco

    Breed: chihuahua & chihuahua Cross

    Age: Coco 6 , Paco 3

  • Pebbles

    Breed: Jack Russell Terrier

    Age: 3 Years

  • Gordon’s Fund

    Breed: Any

    Age: Any

  • Applications Now Closed*

    Breed: GSD X Flat Coat Retriever

    Age: 7 Months

  • *Applications Closed – pls read update*

    Breed: Miniature Dachshund

    Age: 5

  • Max

    Breed: German Shepherd

    Age: 8 Years

  • Coco

    Breed: Frenchie X Chihuahua

    Age: 1 Year

  • Rogue

    Breed: English Bull Terrier Cross

    Age: 2.5

  • Riley

    Breed: Lurcher

    Age: 3.5 years (approx.)

  • Rehome Your Dog



Latest News Entry March 30th, 2021


As many of you will be aware, DAWGS is a small charity run by volunteer Trustees and one part time rehoming officer. We ask that when you apply for a dog via the website, please read their story in full to ensure that you meet all the...

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Sours: http://dawgs.co.uk/dogs-available/
Poor dog lying desperately alone in a crowded street The woman left the dog behind and drove away

Join us for our 15th Annual Fall Gift Auction!

Thursday, October 28, 2021

Addison Park
150 Rt 35
Aberdeen, NJ 07735


Cost: Tickets are $65 per person and include a full-course dinner with a choice of Chicken, Fish, or Vegetarian/Vegan Option and 1 sheet of tickets for level 1 prizes. Adults only! Cash Bar Available.

Value Packs: Presale value packs may be purchased any time up until October 15, 2021, for the $10 Savings. Value packs will be sold the night of the event for a lesser discount. Pre-sale value packs include 2 sheets of level 1, 2 sheets of level 2, and 3 Level 3 tickets.

Safety: For the safety of all of our guests, covid protocols will be in place. Please wear a mask regardless of vaccination status, Maximum of 8 guests per table (No Exceptions), Ensure proper distance between yourself and other guests when placing tickets in ticket containers, No touching any items or ticket buckets.

Program: Our program will be posted as early as possible. Donations come in up until a few days prior to the event. We do not print programs and ask that if you would like to follow along at the event, to please print and bring the program with you to the event. Please note once the program is posted, it may be subject to change up to the day of the event.

Prizes: Three Levels of Prizes, 50/50, Grand Prize, and lots more! Prizes include designer handbags, electronics, appliances, gift cards, attractions, luggage, Scratch-off tickets, and lots more!

All Ticket Sales are Non-Refundable!

To purchase tickets, please click the button below.

Purchase Tickets

Sours: https://castle-of-dreams.com/

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How to adopt or rehome a dog

It couldn't be easier to rehome or adopt a dog from us. Discover how you can find the dog that's rights for you, and your family, in just five simple steps.

In our rehoming centres we have all sorts of dogs for all sorts of people. Each of our pups is unique and special - we're sure you will find the one for you!

"When we met Khaleesi she immediately stole our hearts. The staff at the centre gave us lots of great advice and offered help over the first few months. I can't imagine life without her now. I'd recommend adopting a dog to anyone!"

- Jemma, owner of Khaleesi

A portrait of Khaleesi and owner Jemma

Step 1: Find a dog or puppy online

We have all kinds of dogs in our care, from puppies to seniors, miniature dogs to large, energetic dogs and a vast array of breeds from German shepherds to labradoodles to dachshunds.

We have dogs who have been abandoned and dogs who have experienced cruelty - who have never known life in a loving, family home. Some may have been born in our care.

Either way, each of our dogs comes with a story, and a personality ready-made!

Start your search for a dog today

Step 2: Complete a rehoming application form

Once you've found 'the one', print and fill out an application form. Contact the centre the dog you like is being rehomed from and arrange to visit them - taking your completed application form with you.

Fill out an Application Form

Staff or volunteers at the centre will discuss with you the information you've provided and the needs of the dog you've chosen. If they believe that both you and your chosen dog are a good match then they'll arrange for you to meet.

Happy dog being stroked by centre staff in run area

Step 3: Get to know your chosen dog

If everyone agrees the dog you've chosen is the right dog for you then it's time to get to know each other! 

It's best for everyone from the household to meet the dog to rule out allergies or other issues, so you may be asked to arrange a second visit at the centre.

Step 4: Home visit

One of our adoption support volunteers will visit your home to discuss your new dog with you, and give you tips on how to proceed. For example - leaving a t-shirt or blanket at the kennels gets them used to your smell, and gives them something familiar to travel home with.

Your home visitor will give you lots of tips on caring for your dog, including any adjustments to your lifestyle that will help you and your dog to settle into a safe, secure and happy life together. This could include information on preparing your home and garden, removing potential dangers, shopping or the right collar and lead, identification tags, food, bed and toys.

Step 5: Collect your new dog!

When everyone is happy that your chosen dog is the right dog for you, and that your home is suitable and ready for it's newest addition, it's time to head back to the centre to have your new family member officially signed over!

You will receive our dog adoption booklet (PDF 8.95MB) with lots of useful information to help get your new dog settled in.

Your new pooch will be microchipped, spayed/neutered and fully vaccinated, as well as having up-to-date flea and worming treatment. This is all included in the one-off adoption fee.

Each of our centres set their own adoption fees, from around £135 for adult dogs to £200 for puppies under six months. Although we can't give away our dogs for free, your adoption fees cover a lot of veterinary expenses - such as microchipping and neutering - that would usually add up after buying a pet.

Settling in

Your new dog may be nervous while they get used to you and your home but be patient and don't worry if there are a few hiccups. Your local rehoming centre is on hand for any queries you may have. Plus you already have lots of helpful advice in your dog adoption booklet (PDF 3.14MB) on ways to help your new pet settle in.

After a few weeks we'll arrange for our adoption support volunteer to come and see how you are all getting on. This is a great opportunity to ask questions and get extra support if needed.

Sours: https://www.rspca.org.uk/findapet/rehomeapet/process/rehomeadog
Rescue of a homeless brave dog just before a rainstorm - Dog Rescue Shelter, Serbia

"Rescued" Is Our Favorite Breed...

The Aberdeen Area Humane Society serves the northern South Dakota and southern North Dakota area. We are here in the interests of animal welfare. We place homeless animals into good homes as well as rescue animals from abusive situations. We have a shelter facility just southwest of Aberdeen and house many animals while we try to find them good homes. We are a non-profit organization and are funded by memberships, donations, fundraisers and adoptions. If you suspect an animal is being mistreated and/or abused, contact us. We will investigate or refer to the appropriate agency. Your call can be kept confidential and we will handle the rest.





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Sours: https://anewleashonlife.net/

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