FREE PRESS AND GUARDIAN/JERRY GREEN APPEAL: How you can help more dogs like Tia

Cuddly Tia, who has been rehomed by Jerry Green Dog Rescue.
Cuddly Tia, who has been rehomed by Jerry Green Dog Rescue.
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Three-year-old poodle cross Tia is the latest happy pooch settling into her new home after being rescued by Jerry Green.

Tia came into the dog rescue’s Algakirk centre from a home that unfortunately did not have enough time for her.

Do It For The Dogs appeal.

Do It For The Dogs appeal.

She was was very stressed while in the kennels but thankfully it was not long before she found her forever home.

Her new adopter Sophie Bromley, said: “Tia is absolutely the perfect dog for us. “She is such a bubbly, friendly girl who loves everyone she meets.

“She has settled in well now. One of her favourite places to be is cuddled up on the back of the sofa, as you can see from the photo.

“We feel so lucky to have Tia in our lives and are so happy we found her.”

We are supporting Jerry Green’s appeal to raise £200,000 to refurbish its kennels, which have become tired and out-of-date.

To help, we want to raise £4,000 - with the aid of our readers - to build the first new kennel for the block.

When we visited the centre last year, its manager Jo Hickson, said: “We want to get rid of the long corridors in the kennels and make the kennels themselves bigger.

“They are getting quite sad, tired and echoey, and have chipped tiles.

“The kennels will half in number but double in size.”

You can help donate to the appeal the following ways:

○ ONLINE: Via JustGiving at www.justgiving.com/fundraising/do-it-for-the-dogs

○ By TEXT: Simply text DOGX88£5 to 70070 to donate £5. (Or DOGX88£2 for £2; DOGX88£10 to give £10 etc).

○ By CASH or CHEQUE: At the Spalding Guardian, Priory House, The Crescent, Spalding, Lincolnshire, PE11 1AB.

Please make cheques payable to ‘Jerry Green Dog Rescue.’

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