MAN'SBEST FRIEND: Loving hound needs a home that's safe and sound
“Hi I am called Adele and my nick name is Ellie Belly
I am looking for a home with a sofa where I can watch the telly
I really need someone who is patient, loving and kind,
Someone who can understand me, help me to engage my mind.
I like to rest me head on a knee,
But best keep an eye on me as I might steal your tea.
I am just getting the hang of living in a home
I like my safe crate and would love a garden where I can roam.
I can be mischievous, am just starting to play
Could you help me on my journey and show me the way
I would like to live on my own,
Somewhere I can really get in my zone
Could you be the one to make my tail wag
If you’re not then maybe there’s someone you could hashtag?”
I have never lived in a home before but I love a cuddle.
I wouldn’t be able to live with another dog or any other animals.
I would like someone at home most of the day initially.
If you would like any more information about me, please give my friends at South Lincolnshire a call on 01205260546 or email them on email@example.com
Selecting the right dog treats
When selecting dog treats, breed type, size and age and any dietary sensitivity should be taken into consideration.
Consider the size, texture and durability of treats and the reason you are using them.
For example, a big chew would not be useful during a training session!
There are hundreds of treats to choose from and it can be difficult to know which ones to choose.
We recommend reading the packaging and choosing treats that are suitable for your dog’s requirements.
There are many treats that are specially formulated to suit different doggy needs.
We would recommend avoiding roast bones, as they could cause chipped or broken teeth due to the brittleness of the cooked bone.
Instead we would recommend choosing natural air-dried treats that are free from artificial colours and flavourings.
We prefer chews and treats such as paddy-whack, pig’s ears and natural antlers to processed coloured treats.
Did you know that you could also use some vegetables and fruits as yummy treats?
Why not even have a go at making your own homemade dog treats (this way you know exactly what the ingredients are and can have fun too)?
Please make sure the quantity and size of the treats are suitable for your dog, to avoid any tummy upset or choking.
Remember, there are fruits and vegetables that are toxic for dogs to ingest.
We need tinned hot dogs
Do you happen to have any tins of hotdogs our rescue dogs could use during their training sessions?
We are in need of high value treats and all things yummy!
Treats can be dropped off at the centre any day at Marsh Lane, Algarkirk, South Lincolnshire, PE20 2BB.