Have you thought about what happens to your pets/pugs in case of an emergency, or if you test positive for COVID-19 and need to be hospitalised?
Please plan ahead, just in case you become ill, so your pets, especially the oldies or those with special needs, can stay with a reliable friend or family member to be cared for.
With great sadness we said goodbye to our Fudge Mudge on 28 December 2020. He was a super boy and we are heartbroken. Thank you PDWRA for giving us the chance to give him the home and love he deserved. He gave us so much. Bless you Fudge.
Please can you add our brave and much loved Ralph to the memorial page.
He left us in March 2020.
Here is our super boy Frank. He came to us in January 2018 aged 14, and died aged in April 2019 aged 15 yrs 4 months.
He was such a character! x
You may remember this gentle gent, Harvey who was surrendered to us last Christmas. His elderly owner was unable to care for him and his developing skin problems that needed attention. Your donations to our appeal to help with this, saw him on the mend and into his forever home among this gorgeous grumble.
He’s thrived of course and enjoyed his First Christmas, though slightly overwhelmed by all the excitement.
Thank you for all the pugs in need, like Harvey and to their wonderful forever families.