To begin this update, we want to take a minute and send all our best wishes and positive thoughts to a very good supporter of WdR. Toni Mcintosh we hope you make a speedy recovery and please know we are all thinking of you, lots of love xx
We welcomed Skye into the WdR family on the Friday before Christmas, she is doing really well and has had 84 hours training since arriving which has had great results. Skye is now reserved and will be going to her new forever home very soon. She was an absolute super star on the two visits and walked around town, taking everything in her stride. We couldn’t be happier for her.
We have also welcomed the lovely Timber to the family this month. Her story is very sad; the owner has become very poorly and is now in a care home. Timber was left at the property crated, with a lovely group of volunteers going in to walk her and feed her. We need to say a HUGE thank you to Natalie for doing the transport run for us and on such short notice. Timber will hopefully be going into foster very soon, once introductions have been made to the foster family. Updates to follow.
The gorgeous Hera is waiting to come in, we are looking for a rural location with an experienced owner who can work with a very nervous girl. Hera is very nervous when first meeting people and when out in busy places. She needs a peaceful life where she can be given the time, love and patience to bond and show trust. If you think you are in a position to help this beautiful girl please get in touch. See individual post for more details.
Nefus has been adopted this week, it is still early days, but he is doing great and loving his new life and being with his new owner at work is proving a real hit. He has already been for his first run alongside Neil on his mountain bike and was a super star. Updates to follow
Hunter is now reserved, Emilie cannot let him go and will be adopting him. There have been several issues and a recent lameness in his front shoulder, but he is doing really well and has made huge progress in some areas. Unfortunately due to his shoulder he is on a further two weeks complete rest. We cannot thank Emille and her family enough for sticking with him and being prepared to work through his issues, many would have given up.
Codek is still with his fosters. Codek is certainly a challenge and is so lucky to have landed himself with his foster family who have not given up on him and can see through his issues. Updates to follow
Rubea is still in kennels, she has bonded really well with Dave at the kennels and follows him all over the place. She recently went for a little adventure into the village where the school children got to meet her on their way out of school, Rubea loved the attention and was more than happy to lay on her back and allow belly rubs. However she can still be unpredictable with adults, we still believe she would not be suited to a ‘normal’ pet home environment. If anyone can offer this young lady the sanctuary and peace she needs then please, please get in touch. We are not able to keep her forever in kennels; it is neither financially possible nor fair to her. She deserves that chance of a rural life with little expectation put on her and where she can enjoy life at her pace.
We are happy to say that Yana and Druid will not be coming into rescue, Yana was homed directly by her owner, and Druid is staying with his owner. We wish them both the very best.
We need to say a HUGE thank you again to Natalie and Dawes Paws Photography for donating two prints that raised £80 in the recent raffles. Thank you!
We need to say a HUGE thank you to Lisa who organises and runs a lottery syndicate, Lisa and the members have very kindly donated their winnings of £303.00 to WdR. Thank you all
We need to say a HUGE thank you Claire who has done another pack walk in aid of WdR and has raised a fantastic £50.00. So pleased you all had a good time. Thank you!
A reminder to you all about your insurance, there are currently two companies that will insure the Czech Wolfdog, they are Vets Medi Cover and Exotics Direct. If you take out a new or renew your policy they will make a donation to us, so please mention the affiliate codes below – it will not affect the cost of your insurance policy.
Vets Medi Cover – 1154
Exotics Direct – 4961
If you can foster, adopt, volunteer please email us: firstname.lastname@example.org
Or visit our website where you can complete the online applications. https://www.wolfdogrescue.co.uk/application-form/
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Finally a HUGE THANK YOU to all of you, without your support we would not be able to do what we do, we truly appreciate everything you do for us. Thank you!