Dogs taken in by a newly-formed rescue centre based in Pinchbeck are finally having their day.
Since the Central German Shepherd Rescue (CGSR) was founded just six months ago, numerous dogs have found their forever homes, including four this month.
Local trustees Bev Chamberlain, Diane White, Marlene Aspden and Kym France couldn’t be happier about how things are going.
The rescue centre’s aim is to help and rehome unwanted German Shepherd Dogs and puppies and to educate the general public on the pitfalls of backyard breeders, puppy farms and “free to good home“ adverts.
It provides lifelong support and advice to every rehomed dog and their new family.
Volunteer Loraine Walker, of Holbeach, said: “We have all been brought together by our love of German Shepherds and are all dedicated to the aims of the rescue to promote humane behaviour by providing care, treatment and rehoming to dogs in need.
“The rescue in a very short time has had great success in rehoming many dogs. Already this month four super dogs have trotted off to lovely new forever homes.
“We have some great foster home volunteers and Highfield Kennels in Pinchbeck do a fantastic job in looking after the dogs in the care of CGSR.
“We are a really friendly group who welcome all new volunteers, working hands on with the dogs exercising and socialising them ready for their new homes, fostering, fundraising etc.”
You can support them by watching out for fundraising events taking place in the area.
Leo Promotions are holding a 80s Disco Night at Pinchbeck Village Hall on May 22,
All proceeds will go to CGSR.
For more details and to express interest in any of the dogs featured on this page, visit http://cgsr.co.uk/contact.php