15/6/21 – We are delighted to hear the wonderful news that lovely Daisy and Alice have found a new home together. Fabulous!
Freshfields Animal Rescue in Liverpool are desperately trying to find a new home for Daisy and Alice as they are not coping well in kennels at all, bless them.
Freshfields really don’t want to have to make the decision to separate them, as they are so well bonded. If you could offer them either a suitable foster home, or preferably a permanent home, please do get in touch with Freshfields as soon as possible.
Daisy is a 10-year-old Pointer Cross and Alice is an 8-year-old Labrador Cross. They are a pair of beauties who find themselves in rescue due to their owner’s ill health. They were originally adopted from Freshfields, Daisy in 2013 and then Alice in 2014.
Daisy and Alice are delightful dogs who are friendly, sociable and full of fun! They are super clever too and can do tricks! They have been no trouble since they arrived back at Freshfields and their personalities will really blossom when they are happy again.
These lovely ladies desperately need a home where they can stay together. They need to be your only pets but could live with children aged 12+. They would benefit from a home with a large garden to explore and where they will have plenty of walks and stimulation.
Daisy currently has a tooth abscess, but this will be remedied shortly. Alice also requires dental surgery. Apart from this both girls appear to be in good health and are still very active.
Could you offer these darlings a new home together?
Contact Freshfields as follows:
Email: firstname.lastname@example.org to receive an application form
Please mention that you saw the girls on the Oldies Club website.