Madge has come from a home she shared with a Parrot who she got along fine with. She has never met livestock and has been known to chase the neighbouring cat. Madge loves to travel by car and is fine meeting adult strangers. She has come to us a little rotund and has been placed on a strict diet. Any potential adopter would be expected to continue with this for the sake of Madge's health
Madge has recently had some issues with young children, namely growling at them. For this reason her owners have reluctantly brought her to us for re-homing so for safety we can hopefully place her in an adult only home.
An adult only home with someone who can continue her diet and give her the much needed exercise to assist her much needed weight loss.
Tibby was rehomed in 2014, she has been very busy with her new life. She has just written to us to tell us how she is getting on.
Housetraining your new dog - some tips to help you.
You can help support the work of Dumfries & Galloway Canine Rescue Centre in lots of ways; become a registered member of the organisation, volunteer your help at fundraising events, become a foster carer, you can volunteer at one of our shops or at the kennels themselves and you can, of course, donate online.