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Where to look for a rescue dog for adoption

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Thousands of dogs are saved every year by the RSPCA and other UK animal charities.

Sometimes, their former owners have neglected and abused these unwanted dogs, and they are in need of a new home to love them. A pet would make a great addition to your new home especially if you’ve just been looking at some Gloucester Park Homes for Sale at http://www.parkhomelife.com/our-parks/orchard-park-homes-gloucester-gloucestershire/. They’ll love it there as much as you will.

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Why not consider adopting a rescue dog if you’re thinking about having a dog? A perfect way to show them some much-needed love and care is to provide these dogs with a family and ensure that they have a better future.

Blue Cross, an organisation committed to finding new homes for abandoned pets across the UK. A list of dogs eligible for adoption can be found here: profiles consist of their names, breeds, fundamental information and current location.

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To get you started, the RSPCA has some suggestions about rehoming. In 2012, over 55,000 households helped the charity find a new pet by rehoming, 17,000 of which took home rescue dogs. You will read more about the procedure on their website and can even download an application form for dogs and puppies online.

One of the most popular animal welfare institutions in the UK is Battersea Dogs and Cats Home. Visit their website where you can browse through their rescue dog catalogue. Simply fill out a questionnaire, and one of their Rehomers will call you up.