Amplifon Award
AMAZING NEWS - WE WON CHARITY CHAMPION IN THE AMPLIFON BRAVE BRITONS AWARDS 2020!

It was such an amazing and emotional surprise to win the Charity Champion at today's Amplifon Brave Britons Award 2020.

Thank you so much Amplifon for holding this truly inspirational event.

It was a great pleasure and privilege to take part and hear the stories of such wonderful, brave people.

The dogs we save have been thrown-away, abused, exploited, betrayed and considered worthless by society.

Today our work in saving them has been honoured by the bravest of people in this award and thus the dogs' precious lives have been honoured and valued. This is truly wonderful and motivational as it is what we are continually fighting for - that their very precious lives count!
Thank you to Amplifon for this truly amazing award which I will cherish and to every one of you who made it possible. Let's keep on fighting the fight!

Trudie xxxx

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PLEASE SAVE OUR DOGS
EMERGENCY HELP NEEDED DURING THIS TERRIBLE TIME

This is the most desperate plea I have ever made and I don’t think during all the times that I have seen our Charity go through I have ever been so afraid for our dogs.

We have today closed all three of our Charity shops as the unpaid volunteers who run them have gone into self-isolation as they are elderly or have health issues which would make the virus deadly to them.

Without these shops we have absolutely no chance of survival without urgently finding alternative means of funding and the services we give to the animal world will be no more.

Without your help we will definitely not survive and our 80 dogs who have only just learnt to feel secure and trust the world again will have nowhere to go as they have already been rejected by everyone but us.

We promised them they would be safe and now they face being at deadly risk again which is an unbearable thing to think about as we care for them – that now even we will be forced to betray them because there will be no money to pay for their care.

If we cannot hold on and weather this crisis thousands of the most needy dogs will lose their lives into the future.

Please be a bridge for us that the dogs can use to reach safety once again.

There are no words to describe just how desperate this situation is and I beg you with all my heart to save our dogs so that we can continue to get them ready for their new lives.

Please please donate, set up a standing order, sponsor a kennel or support us in any way you can so that we can keep all our dogs safe and continue our life saving work during this desperate virus time when the need for us is even greater.

Standing orders will allow us to plan our survival. Donations can be made by any of the methods on the donate page

I am the voice of all our dogs and I beg you with all my heart please help - you are our only hope of surviving
Trudiexxx

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.. and on the seventh day
the Doris Banham van arrived.
Every Life Counts

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EMERGENCY APPEAL FOR TRAGIC ZAC

18 month old gentle Zac was working as a security dog in a yard when he developed weeping ulcers on his back feet which would not heal.

Unable to work he was confined to his kennel and became kennel crazy doing backflips which may have damaged his hips and back because of the way he was moving. At his young age his cartilages are still soft and could have been badly damaged.

His handler was desperate to see him in this condition but was refused permission by the owner of the yard to take him to the vets to get the x rays and scans he needed. She was refused by all the rescues she appealed to because it is at the moment unknown what veterinary treatment he would need.

Today she rang us as his last chance before pts as he could not be allowed to continue to live like this. We took a leap of faith and said yes. He is now in emergency boarding and his kennel has been padded with soft matting and his weeping ulcers bathed. He is now a Doris Banham dog and will never work again.

Tomorrow we will begin the task of mending him and assessing the damage that has been caused to him. We have no idea at all what his veterinary costs will be until he has been assessed by the vet.

We are desperately appealing for funds to allow us to care for Zac and to give him all the veterinary treatment he may need which could be substantial.

Please help us to help him - we have saved his life but now we need to ensure we are able to fund all the veterinary treatment he might need. His handler says he is as soft as butter with not a bite in him. It is tragic that he has been betrayed in this way.

You are all such amazing angels and I am so very sorry to have to ask yet again but this gentle young boy deserves to be given a quality life and find a lovely family and a home life with a comfortable sofa but we have to be able to fund it to be able to get him there.

Zac's emergency boarding is costing £9 per night and his veterinary cost is as yet unknown. Please help us to build up Zac's Fund so we can give him whatever he needs.

To donate, please use the button below or by PayPal (friends & family) to: dorisbanhamfundraising@live.com

Thank you from the bottom of my heart Trudie xxxx
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EMERGENCY APPEAL FOR TRAGIC ZAC

18 month old gentle Zac was working as a security dog in a yard when he developed weeping ulcers on his back feet which would not heal.
 
Unable to work he was confined to his kennel and became kennel crazy doing backflips which may have damaged his hips and back because of the way he was moving.  At his young age his cartilages are still soft and could have been badly damaged.

His handler was desperate to see him in this condition but was refused permission by the owner of the yard to take him to the vets to get the x rays and scans he needed.   She was refused by all the rescues she appealed to because it is at the moment unknown what veterinary treatment he would need.  

Today she rang us as his last chance before pts as he could not be allowed to continue to live like this.  We took a leap of faith and said yes.  He is now in emergency boarding and his kennel has been padded with soft matting and his weeping ulcers bathed.  He is now a Doris Banham dog and will never work again. 

Tomorrow we will begin the task of mending him and assessing the damage that has been caused to him.  We have no idea at all what his veterinary costs will be until he has been assessed by the vet. 

We are desperately appealing for funds to allow us to care for Zac and to give him all the veterinary treatment he may need which could be substantial.

Please help us to help him - we have saved his life but now we need to ensure we are able to fund all the veterinary treatment he might need.  His handler says he is as soft as butter with not a bite in him.  It is tragic that he has been betrayed in this way.    

You are all such amazing angels and I am so very sorry to have to ask yet again but this gentle young boy deserves to be given a quality life and find a lovely family and a home life with a comfortable sofa but we have to be able to fund it to be able to get him there. 

Zacs emergency boarding is costing £9 per night and his veterinary cost is as yet unknown.  Please help us to build up Zacs Fund so we can give him whatever he needs.   

 To donate, please use the button below or by PayPal (friends & family) to: dorisbanhamfundraising@live.com

Thank you from the bottom of my heart Trudie xxxx

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The owner of the security company needs reporting to the Security Industry Authority for neglecting a working dog in his care. If the SIA want to they can take his company security licence off him and make him shut down

Should name and shame who ever the owner was , can't he be prosecuted for not getting veterinary help for the dog? What happens to the next poor dog he gets.

So desperately sad. He’s beautiful. Donated❤️

Poor baby glad he’s safe now ❤️

You really are such a wonderful rescue and go above and beyond for so many dogs ❤️

Love and Hugs Zac......donated ❤

Hugs for Zac Donated xx

What a gorgeous boy sent a donation hope he’s ok 💙

Donated. Thank you for all your hard work x

Will he be returning to work and to his handler/owner when he is better?

Will he be re homed

Donated, sweet boy❤️

Donated and shared.. gift aided. 💙💙💙💙💙💙

Heartbreaking 💔 donated

Donated, it breaks my heart to see a beautiful working dog being treated in such a cruel way, good for his handler at least she cared about him.

Please consider making a small regular donation, as I do.

Doris Banham Dog Rescue vet needs to check it’s not plasma cell podo dermatitis. Can be diagnosed with a skin biopsy and treated with steroids. Poor boy xx

Poor boy. 😢😢😢

Donated xx

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Sorry I’m unable to donate but please let this beautiful dog have a wonderful life xxx

Donation sent x

Surely there is a case for prosecution of the owner for negligence?

Something sent for Zack 💕

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GOOD LUCK GORGEOUS DEVON IN YOUR WONDERFUL NEW HOME

Wishing beautiful Devon the life of his dreams and him and his new family a long and wonderful life together. Be a good boy Devon as we know you are - your dreams have come true xxxx
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GOOD LUCK GORGEOUS DEVON IN YOUR WONDERFUL NEW HOME

Wishing beautiful Devon the life of his dreams and him and his new family a long and wonderful life together.  Be a good boy Devon as we know you are - your dreams have come true xxxx

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So happy that he's found his forever home. Thank you to his lovely new family for giving this lovely boy a second chance ❤🐾💞 xx

Good luck finding that special family to love care and understand you lots of happiness

Aww god bless you for taking him

Thank you so much for getting a good home for this lovely dog ♥️

Enjoy a long and happy life in your new home sweetheart 🐾❤️🏡

So happy for him ❤️❤️

Happy family! ❤️

aww, look how he's looking at his new mum xx

Love his name♥️🍀♥️

Happy days sweetie 💕💕💕💕

So heartwarming ❤🤗

Wonderful 👏👏👏❤️

Wonderful news

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Oh just look at that look of love from Devon💕It melts your heart for sure. Wishing you all every happiness together, filled with wonderful new adventures to share..

Gorgeous boy

Aww the expression on his face says it all. So happy for him 💕💕

How lovely ❤️

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THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH TO ARDEN GRANGE AND ALL THOSE WHO VOTED FOR US
We were delighted to receive an amazing donation of 25 bags of wonderful Arden Grange food after we were nominated in a competition which was part of Arden Grange’s 25th Anniversary celebrations.
As we are ‘the last chance to live’ for all the dogs in our care the majority are dogs abandoned to the pound and abuse and neglect situations. Often in poor condition and suffering from poor nutrition during their lives, wholesome nutritious food is vital to restore them to health again. Many have sensitive stomachs because of their former lifestyles and the sensitive food is gold dust to us to calm and settle them again.
Here are just two of our dogs who benefited so greatly from the food. Rupert is 12 years old and needed a great deal of veterinary treatment when he came into our care. He has a very sensitive stomach but as you can see he is thriving on the Senior Sensitive food and is improving every day. He is at present looking for a comfortable sofa to call his own.
Boston is a former successful RSPCA cruelty prosecution case ( I expect you will remember the video released by the RSPCA of the abuse he suffered). Because of his past Boston is a nervous dog with a sensitive stomach and the Sensitive food has been wonderful for him. Because of the damage done to him he is still in his retraining programme but making good progress every day and we are hopeful that he will be ready to go out into world again in the near future.
Thank you once again to Arden Grange – we mend so many broken dogs and wonderful support like this is invaluable to us in the difficult task we face as nutritious healing food is one of the very vital tools we need. Thank you from the bottom of the hearts of all the dogs xxxx
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THANK YOU SO VERY MUCH TO ARDEN GRANGE AND ALL THOSE WHO VOTED FOR US
We were delighted to receive an amazing donation of 25 bags of wonderful Arden Grange food after we were nominated in a competition which was part of Arden Grange’s 25th Anniversary celebrations.
As we are ‘the last chance to live’ for all the dogs in our care the majority are dogs abandoned to the pound and abuse and neglect situations.  Often in poor condition and suffering from poor nutrition during their lives, wholesome nutritious food is vital to restore them to health again.  Many have sensitive stomachs because of their former lifestyles and the sensitive food is gold dust to us to calm and settle them again. 
Here are just two of our dogs who benefited so greatly from the food.  Rupert is 12 years old and needed a great deal of veterinary treatment when he came into our care.  He has a very sensitive stomach but as you can see he is thriving on the Senior Sensitive food and is improving every day. He is at present looking for a comfortable sofa to call his own.
Boston is a former successful RSPCA cruelty prosecution case  ( I expect you will remember the video released by the RSPCA of the abuse he suffered).  Because of his past Boston is a nervous dog with a sensitive stomach and the Sensitive food has been wonderful for him.  Because of the damage done to him he is still in his retraining programme but making good progress every day and we are hopeful that he will be ready to go out into world again in the near future.
Thank you once again to Arden Grange – we mend so many broken dogs and wonderful support like this is invaluable to us in the difficult task we face as nutritious healing food is one of the very vital tools we need.  Thank you from the bottom of the hearts of all the dogs xxxxImage attachmentImage attachment

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Well bloody done. We want to help you more me and Bryson won't be much but we are on it. BRYSON IS A FANTASTIC Dog and it's down to you, you have spent a long time with him and it's paid off. I have had him a year now and l know we got lots more years. He loves his walks on canal everyday he is beautiful and l carnt thankyou enough. Tom said he was right for me and no truer word 😘

Well done Arden Grange

Brilliant, so pleased...you do an absolutely FANTASTIC job helping all the voiceless. ❤ xx

Thank you Arden Grange , Doris Banham rescue is the most worthy of causes !

You so deserve all the help you get you’re the last hope for so many dogs 👏

Fantastic donation 🐾❤️ xx I've nominated you in the pet plan charity awards. Xxx

2 beautiful pups. Well done, fantastic news. ❤

So pleased for you admired for all the work you do

Fantastic

Beautiful dogs 💕

Well done u deserve it

Fabulous donation xx

Fabulous!! Xx

Fantastic 👏👏👏 xxx 🐕💕🐕

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29 MINUTES TO THEIR DEATH

Today we took a tragic call from a distraught man sitting in a car with his two dogs 29 minutes away from their pts visit. One 6 years old and one 12 years old.

He had tried all rescues and all had said no. With a new baby in the house the dogs had reacted and they had been turned out into the garden by his wife for several days. His wife had now given him an ultimatum - the baby or the dogs and he was desperate. His wife had asked him to bring their collars back!

We should have said no as the other rescues had because we are full to the rafters and we have halted intake but with the dogs barking for our help in the background and knowing we were their last chance to live how could we?

We asked him to drive the dogs to our nearest emergency boarding kennel which costs £8 per night per dog and we saved the dogs lives. Does anyone think we should have said no because we honestly just don't know what to do any more.

We can give everything we have but we need funds to be able to do it.

You are all so amazing and I am so very sorry to have to ask but we are still willing to give more when really we emotionally have no more to give but we have to be able to fund it.

Please help us to save desperate dogs like these. To donate, please use the button below or by PayPal (friends & family) to: dorisbanhamfundraising@live.com
Thank you from the bottom of my heart Trudie xxxx
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29 MINUTES TO THEIR DEATH

Today we took a tragic call from a distraught man sitting in a car with his two dogs 29 minutes away from their pts visit. One 6 years old and one 12 years old.  

He had tried all rescues and all had said no.  With a new baby in the house the dogs had reacted and they had been turned out into the garden by his wife for several days.  His wife had now given him an ultimatum - the baby or the dogs and he was desperate. His wife had asked him to bring their collars back!

We should have said no as the other rescues had because we are full to the rafters and we have halted intake but with the dogs barking for our help in the background and knowing we were their last chance to live how could we?

We asked him to drive the dogs to our nearest emergency boarding kennel which costs £8 per night per dog and we saved the dogs lives.  Does anyone think we should have said no because we honestly just dont know what to do any more.

We can give everything we have but we need funds to be able to do it.  

You are all so amazing and I am so very sorry to have to ask but we are still willing to give more when really we emotionally have no more to give but we have to be able to fund it. 

Please help us to save desperate dogs like these. To donate, please use the button below or by PayPal (friends & family) to: dorisbanhamfundraising@live.com
Thank you from the bottom of my heart Trudie xxxx

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I’d have taken the wife to the vets to be PTS and gone back home with the dogs. Dogs are for life, they can be trained not to be reactive to babies but clearly she couldn’t be ar5ed to try 😡. Thank goodness you took these two in xx

This couple that owned them had committed to vet costs and food for these dogs for the rest of their lives so perhaps they could make a LARGE donation or a commitment to donate to Doris Banham monthly now instead. After all they aren't chucking them away for financial reasons .... You do such amazing work 🤍❤🤍

An ex once asked me to choose between him and my 5 dogs...the dogs and I had the best life together until they all went to the bridge when they were called...no way would I abandon my furkids they are my family..end of...

I adopted a staffy when I was 7 months pregnant and had 1 year old twins, it was such a desperate moment I did not even have time to think about , I said yes , he is staying with us, had him 14 .5 years , best days of my life and my children's

I certainly hope he didn't take the collars back and told the wife what he actually done with the dogs. I'm sorry but she should feel ashamed of herself for asking him to do that. Whe basically wanted proof they were dead. Very disgusting in my opinion. She's sounds like an awful woman. I know the man has to think of the baby but I certainly wouldn't be nice to the wife now. Probably not ever. And I hope when that baby grows up he tells it exactly what the mum made him do. Thank you for helping these dogs .

No harm but that wife needs pts Shocking behaviour. They need to invest in a behaviourist and a suitable outdoor living for their dogs until the issue is resolved. Not PTS of heathy animals!!!

Despicable behaviour from the wife....hope she reads this. Dogs are not commodities to be thrown away. The proper thing to do was to prepare these dogs for the arrival and work with them, nor against them. Bring back the collars??? Wow, that guy has his work cut out for him. Well done for taking them in. ❤🐕

I lost my beautiful Bella to lymphoma on Wednesday, I feel like my hearts been ripped out, I would've done absolutely anything to save her life. Then I see this, ultimate act of betrayal from that callous moo. Going through my own heart break, but now it's breaking for that poor man and his dogs. Thank you for showing this man and his dogs compassion, clearly something that witch lacks. I've made a donation on behalf of Bella. xxx

They are better off out of that environment I feel sorry for the husband he’s clearly stuck in the middle give up his dogs or his baby very unfair of the evil witch of a wife to make him choose, at least the dogs now have a chance at a good life away from her, she would probably have harmed them or just thrown them out on the street so they have had a very lucky escape poor little mites 😢

What a nasty piece of work she is doesn't deserve a baby, or husband ! Glad the Poor dogs where out if that situation and get the forever home they deserve 🐾🙏

He should have told his wife to foxtrot Oscar!!

Thanks to the husband for doing the right thing...you should have kept the dogs and had the wife put to sleep..what a callous person she is! Thank you Doris Benham dog rescue for jumping in and saving these precious souls 💜

It would have cost a few hundred per dog to put them down. So maybe baby momma of the decade can cough up?

So if they have a 2nd child and the 1st reacts whilst trying to make sense of the changes around them, does the 1st child get sent to vets with the heartless cow asking the poor guy to bring her coat back.

So glad you saved these beauties! 💕But can't help thinking what a vile, uncaring person that man's wife is! 😠 I won't say anything more because my thoughts and feelings on this would probably land me a permanent Facebook ban!😞😞

Wife sounds like a vile human! Donated x

Donated. I genuinely despair that it's legal to put down a healthy dog. And what kind of monster demands that their leads are brought home as proof of killing them. We really don't deserve dogs.

Vile woman to do this and yes, I have a child that was brought up with 3-4 dogs in the home at any one time. And he survived!! And both human and dogs respected each other which was my job to ensure.

I also would have took the wife to be PTS and kept the dogs

What a dreadful human being wanting both dogs dead. At least the husband cared enough to try to save the dogs. Let's hope baby grows up like their father and not like the spiteful mother.

Donated but I so wish he had seen fit to at least pay their kennel costs 💜

All my kids have been brought up with dogs , the woman obviously didn’t introduce them to the new baby, sounds like it’s an excuse just to get rid of them, some people have no conscience 😥

Wanted the collars? How dare she? Bet these dogs are so confused right now

I would have brought the wife's collar back!!!!! x

I hope the man and his wife have donated?

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As you know we are really struggling for funds and it's not new to the charity as we are always trying to bring in money in various ways.
We have been looking into a lucky numbers type lotto and are wanting to gauge interest.
A lucky numbers lotto is a monthly draw. People chose their numbers from a list of numbers that are available.
They pay a certain amount per number per month.
The number remains their number as long as they keep making the payments each month. If their number is drawn as a winner but they haven't made the payment that month they don't win the prize.
The prize draw will take place on the last day of each month and a certain amount of numbers will win cash prizes.

Doing a monthly draw like this would mean a more or less guaranteed income for DB each month. The more players we have the more money we can bring in for the dogs.
It wouldn't be a lotto that you can jump in and out of each month it would be something that you would sign up for knowing it was a monthly commitment (although you are free to leave if you need to).

At the moment we are looking into the legalities and it would mean an initial outlay for DB to get the license but we are hoping that with enough people on board we can make a real go of it.

We are trying to ascertain as to whether this would be a viable fundraising idea so.

Would you be interested in joining our lucky number draw?
Yes or No

If so which option would you be most interested in.

Option A
Choice of 365 numbers
£3.50 per month/number
5 prizes: 1st £100
2nd £75
3rd £50
4th £25
5th £10

Total income for DB if all numbers allocated and all prizes paid out
£1277.50 takings
-260 prizes
£1017.50 income left for DB

Option B
Choice of 365 numbers
£5 per month/number
5 prizes: 1st £200
2nd £100
3rd £50
4th £25
5th £10

Total income for DB if all numbers allocated and all prizes paid out
£1825 takings
-385 prizes
£1440 income left for DB

Obviously the higher monthly fee has the best prizes and the best outcome but we also want to make this as accessible to as many people as we can.

Thanks for reading and please comment below with your choices.
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As you know we are really struggling for funds and its not new to the charity as we are always trying to bring in money in various ways.
We have been looking into a lucky numbers type lotto and are wanting to gauge interest.
A lucky numbers lotto is a monthly draw. People chose their numbers from a list of numbers that are available.
They pay a certain amount per number per month.
The number remains their number as long as they keep making the payments each month.  If their number is drawn as a winner but they havent made the payment that month they dont win the prize.
The prize draw will take place on the last day of each month and a certain amount of numbers will win cash prizes.

Doing a monthly draw like this would mean a more or less guaranteed income for DB each month.  The more players we have the more money we can bring in for the dogs.
It wouldnt be a lotto that you can jump in and out of each month it would be something that you would sign up for knowing it was a monthly commitment (although you are free to leave if you need to).

At the moment we are looking into the legalities and it would mean an initial outlay for DB to get the license but we are hoping that with enough people on board we can make a real go of it.

We are trying to ascertain as to whether this would be a viable fundraising idea so.

Would you be interested in joining our lucky number draw?
Yes or No

If so which option would you be most interested in.

Option A 
Choice of 365 numbers
£3.50 per month/number
5 prizes: 1st £100
                 2nd £75
                 3rd £50
                 4th £25
                 5th £10

Total income for DB if all numbers allocated and all prizes paid out 
£1277.50 takings
         -260 prizes
£1017.50 income left for DB

Option B
Choice of 365 numbers
£5 per month/number
5 prizes:  1st £200
                 2nd £100
                 3rd £50
                 4th £25
                 5th £10

Total income for DB if all numbers allocated and all prizes paid out 
£1825 takings
   -385 prizes
£1440  income left for DB

Obviously the higher monthly fee has the best prizes and the best outcome but we also want to make this as accessible to as many people as we can.

Thanks for reading and please comment below with your choices.

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Interested, option A as I already do a monthly standing order. Happy to start it ASAP.

Yes I would be interested in either Anything to support

Yes I would be interested and I wouldn’t mind either option. Fingers crossed🤞

Yes and option b would be ok for me though I would be happy to help with either option.

Great idea, happy with any of them x 🐾

Yes I would be interested. I don’t mind which option.

Yeah I would be interested! Either option xxx

Yes, either option would be good for me. I'd be happy to support the charity.

Great idea option A for me

Happy to do option B - or either whichever you decide.

Either would be good for me!

Interested whatever option raises more money for you.

Either one as we already pay monthly DD to help x

Happy to do either but option b is preferred ☺️

Yes I would be interested

Option a would be better for me

Would love this prefer option b but happy either way x

Would definitely do. Either option fine.

Either but happy for option B

I’m in, either option

Either option for me

Yes, either option for me

Yes, option B. x

Yes. Either option x

B 🙂

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Seamus

Seamus is a 3 year old tri-colour English Bull terrier. He is a strong boy who loves his walks. He is a very loving boy when he gets to know ...

Raymond
Raymond

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Diego
Diego

The transformation of this young boy in our care has been amazing and really heart warming. He is now loving, listens to and obeys commands and is so very clever. ...

Ace
Ace

11 year old Ace's behaviour has improved every day since we rescued him from living in a garden with Armani. Ace can be so very loving and loves the side ...

Mia
Mia

The broken girl who came into our care has made wonderful progress. But she is still a wary girl who is nervous of meeting new people. But once she gets ...

Leah and Summer
Leah and Summer

These gorgeous girls are Leah and Summer. They are Mum and Daughter and love each other very much so need to be homed together. They are Central Asian Shepherds and ...

Alfie
Alfie

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Milo (4)
Milo (4)

This gorgeous akita boy is 7 years old. He is extremely playful and a very loving dog who wants to please you. He is strong on the lead but calms ...

Cody
Cody

My name is Cody and I am a 3 year old GSD. On the day I was due to be put to sleep I came to Doris Banham Dog Rescue ...

Rupert
Rupert

Gorgeous Rupert is 12 years old He is longing for a comfy sofa to call his own and a family to love him. He needed a lot of veterinary treatment ...

Dexter
Dexter

7 year old Dexter is still a little nervous after what he has been through especially if he feels crowded. Once he gets to know you he is a loving ...

Harry
Harry

18 month old Harry had learnt some very bad manners in his formative years! We have worked very hard with him and he has made good progress. He can be ...

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