All posts tagged dog rescue

Unchained

Rexy and another dog was found chained in the hills somewhere in Hungary – day and night, hot or cold. Read more…

Their new life begins …

Eight-month old brother (Pajkos) and sister (Sofie) golden retriever cross were found abandoned in a Killing Station in Hungary.   Read more…

Don’t mind the gap –

It really is not a great divide. Read more…

Our own Cover Girl!

We have a Miss Hungary on the January issue of Dogs Today!  Hooray! Read more…

Do you have a sofa for us to sit on?

Linda and Coco took Mummy and I to the Dogs Trust in Harefield near London. Read more…

Minnie + Cooper

Cooper lives across the street from us. He’s a Springer Spaniel and came to his forever home from Battersea four years ago. He has a big presence. Sometimes when we walk past his house, he barks at us from the window.  Read more…

Impostor visits Soi Dog

Mummy and Impostor visited Soi Dog in Phuket the other day – and they had lots to show and tell … Read more…

Meet a Pu-ddle!

This is Jeb and he is a …. Pu-ddle! No, not a puddle of water. He is a cross between a Puli and a Poodle!  Read more…

As the calendar turns …

Voila! There’s Georgie! From the streets of Hungary to a calendar boy! Read more…

Anyone who had a heart …

Mummy said some of the lyrics of this song by Cilla Black could have been George’s song – or for that matter – for any rescue dogs.

I guess it’s true … Read more…

Captain Jack no more!

Last November, Willow told us the story of her little rescue, a once abused little Shih-Tzu who had gone to live with her.  His name was Captain Jack.  And he came to them quite by accident but I suppose these things are meant to be.

First there was Boris in the household.

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George – in the spotlight

So, George – it’s been three months since you’ve joined our household.  How are we doing? Read more…

Never replaced, always remembered

This is little Pongo.  Mummy met him back in 2009 when she visited Aunty Margaret in Chicago.  At that time she had not much interaction with dogs and hardly any connection. But little Pongo did not let that get in the way.  Read more…

A Promise

I was aware that Mummy had thought long and hard about re-homing HWHNN.  We spoke about it almost every night since he came into our home. Read more…

Welcome Home, “little dinky HWHNN”

Mummy told me she signed the adoption papers for HWHNN.  Read more…

One-on-One Time with Mummy

That was “Dinky” a.k.a. HWHNN (He-Who-Has-No-Name) and not me. I got to go for a walk with Agnes and then I was at the groomers. And during all that time, that dinky little thing had one-to-one time with Mummy. Read more…

Our last morning ALONE together

We woke up this morning and I knew it was going to be our last morning together – just me and Mummy.   Read more…

Bobo’s coming to stay

Bobo was found in a Hungarian Killing Station. Hungary Hearts Rescue saw him there and rescued him. Read more…

Holly’s Home

But Agnes is crying. 🙁 Read more…

Saving Holly

My beautiful dog walker Agnes found a staffie-cross at Morden Hall Park on Monday, 7th July.

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Wimbledon and Doodle Champion!

A Labradoodle got away and was running along the road when Andy Murray saw him.

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Riley’s Last Hope

In November 2013, Riley was found in a Killing Station by Hungary Hearts Dog Rescue. He was about eight weeks old, wet and dirty, covered in his own wee and poo. Read more…

Tears of Joy!

This was Dudley – when he was a severely emaciated Rhodesian Ridgeback. Read more…