Darcy is a gorgeous, almost 14 years old black Labrador girl, who came into Oldies Club care early in 2017 when her previous owner was unable to continue caring for her. When Darcy’s fosterers first met her, they were a little shocked, as she has a huge lump on her shoulder, giving her a bit … Continue reading Darling Darcy (Oldies Club Sponsor Dog)
Hunny is a beautiful nine-year-old Rhodesian Ridgeback crossbreed girl, who came into the care of Oldies Club in autumn 2016 after she was abandoned by her previous owner.
Due to a very upsetting experience prior to coming into Oldies Club care, along with the lack of suitable home offers for our special boy, we made the decision that Jazz should be placed in our sponsor dog scheme, which means he will remain as a permanent foster dog in his current foster home, with the charity covering all of his vet bills and arranging any necessary ongoing Oldies Club approved behavioural support.
Penny’s adopter very sadly passed away in 2016 and so Penny came back into Oldies Club care. Her records show that she is now 22 years old(!) and due to her age and a number of health issues, we felt it was in Penny’s best interest for her to be placed in our sponsor dog scheme, which means she will stay in her wonderful forever-foster home for the rest of her life, with Oldies Club covering her vet bills.
Please note: we are not issuing sponsor packs for Tia, as we usually do for our sponsor dogs. If you are looking to sponsor a dog for yourself or as a gift for someone else and wish to receive one of our sponsor packs, please select another of our lovely dogs to sponsor HERE. Tia … Continue reading Tia (Oldies Club Sponsor Dog)
Charlie is an eight-year old Chinese Crested Powderpuff, who came into the care of Oldies Club in 2014. Earlier this year we appealed for a very special person or couple who could offer Charlie a permanent foster home. Charlie needed a pet-free and child-free home with a garden, where he could settle and enjoy a peaceful retirement.
Douglas and Lulu were offered a lovely home but they had become so attached to their fosterer that they cried to go back. Oldies Club has decided to make them sponsor dogs so that they can stay in their foster home permanently.
Terrier Tom came into Oldies Club care in Autumn 2013. We had been led to believe that Tom was an ‘easy’ dog, but it soon became clear that this was not the case and Tom had to be moved from not just one, but two of our foster homes.