Appeal for dog foster homes

PUBLISHED: 02:01 08 August 2008 | UPDATED: 22:09 15 June 2010

FRIDAY, AUGUST 8: THE group Animal Wardens is working with East Devon District Council to help re-home previously abandoned dogs. With an increase in the number of dogs coming to its centres, it wants more volunteer foster carers. Its policy is to try to find the right h

THE group Animal Wardens is working with East Devon District Council to help re-home previously abandoned dogs. With an increase in the number of dogs coming to its centres, it wants more volunteer foster carers.Its policy is to try to find the right home for the dog, which takes time. Volunteer foster carers play a crucial role in the re-homing programme, providing dogs with a temporary home until a permanent one is found. By using fosterers, it spares the dogs the ordeal of spending weeks or months in a kennel environment. If you can give it regular exercise, afford to keep one, and be happy to have a dog in you household, Animal Wardens can be contacted on email info@animalwardens.com or by calling 08452 417253.


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