Beautiful lurcher Molly came to District Dogs Rescue, Warrington, as a stray. Now she has a wonderful new home – this is her story.
Purebred Elkhound Sheba has been rehomed! The Oldies Club wish her and her new family a happy future. :-)
Oldies Club member Lyn fell for the picture of a matted, neglected GSDx poundie – now Bruce has arrived at his new home, happier, healthier and with a wonderful future ahead of him. :-)
Lovely old lurcher Tessa has an inoperable thyroid tumour. The Oldies Club would like to thank her new owner for stepping into the breach and giving this beautiful dog a comfortable, loving final home.
From pillar to post, with unexpected turns along the way, the Oldies Club have finally helped Arthur find the home he needs – here’s his story.
13/6/2006 – Bess has sadly passed away, after one happy year in her new home, much loved by her new family.
Another graduate of The Alice Project, Irish poundie Mitzi missed the vet’s needle by just an hour. Within two weeks, she had blossomed in an Oldies Club foster home and was on her way to a loving new home.
The beautiful Flo has found a loving new home with Oldies Club member Elizabeth. This is her story.
From stray to settled happy pet, this is Brandy’s story…
A survivor of horrible cruelty, Peggy is now living happily with a loving new family. This is her story.
From stray to snuggle-hound, this is Charlie’s story.
Wishbone, an elderly Collie cross setter, was found in appalling condition and was taken in by Lizzie’s Barn in South Wales, but they felt it was really urgent that he find a loving home as soon as possible, to repair the damage done by years of neglect.
After searching for a home of her own for more than a year, mature collie Meg has finally found her forever family! This is what her new mum has to say….
The Lovely Ted was the dog who sparked the formation of the Oldies Club – this is his story, told in his own words!
Ted has now sadly died, but the story of how he came to his new loving home is still well worth reading.
When Tuppence’s elderly owner could no longer care for him, she made the heart-rending decision to have him put down rather than face life in kennels. This is the story of how – by coincidence and sheer determination – the Oldies Club gave Tuppy a second chance.
Update 2/10/2005 Benny has a new home at last. Good luck Benny!
Pip and Angie found each other through the Oldies Club poster scheme. Able to see past the scars and lumps on Pip’s aging body to the lovely boy inside, Angie has given him a wonderful home, and all the love he needs.