1 June 2019
June has got off to an amazing start with Allen finding his forever home with Hazel and his new greyhound girlfriend, Lindy (also a Bristol DAWG dog).
These dogs have only been together two weeks, but already are getting on so well.
Thank you Hazel for giving this handsome boy a second chance in life.
We must also say thank you to Denise Smart, who is an amazing foster mum, and looked after him so well whilst he was waiting for his forever sofa.
Another very happy hound, Eila Moloney.
1 June 2019
Surprise, surprise!!! "super foster mum" Denise Smart has just called to say that the family want to adopt the lovely Maggie (now renamed Winnie). Denise has fostered so many dogs over the years, but there are always going to be "special ones".
This sweet girl has taken to home life so well and the whole family have fallen in love with her.
Thank you for everything you do for Bristol DAWG Denise, but most importantly thank you for giving Winnie a wonderful home.
10 am at Blaise Castle Estate
5 June 2019
Absolutely delighted to tell you that Ozzie has found his forever home with Adrian, Valeria and his fur brother Rocket. Now called Jet he’s already made himself at home during his home trial and his new parents love him to bits. Thank you for giving this wonderful young man a lovely home and many thanks to Deb and Lee Martin who fostered this boy and got him ready for his new life.
6 June 2019
Meet our four new beauties who arrived in the early hours of this morning. Clockwise from top left: Bert, Ernie, Judge and Greg. Details will be released when they have been assessed.
6 June 2019
Another day, another adoption! Today is the turn of lovely Betty. Now called Sadie, she has gone to her new home in Yate to live with Dinah and her family. Many thanks to her foster mum Penny Owen for preparing her for her forever sofa. Have a long and happy life beautiful girl.
8 June 2019
10 June 2019
Great start to the week, our lovely brindle girl Star has gone to her forever home. Now called Flynn (I know, that’s three Flynns in a month!) she’s gone to live with Jenny in Cornwall. Many thanks to the Dartmoor branch for their usual brilliance. Have a long and happy life beautiful girl.
10 June 2019
11 June 2019
A little Raffle Raising money for Bristol DAWG!
All funds raised to the “let’s get the trustees tattooed” fundraising target of £1,000!!!!
Winners will be drawn at the Dog Wash on 22nd June.
ALL monies raised go straight to Bristol DAWG!
16 June 2019
Big thank you to Matt and Rick and their wonderful teams at Pets At Home, Emersons Green and Bradley Stoke. Special thanks to Joanne Galvin at Emersons Green who came in on her day off to help. Customers were extremely kind and we received 311 and 243 tins of dog food respectively, all at 99p each, plus various treats.
As well as the generous donation of food, there was also £242.16 and £206.10 respectively in the charity buckets.
Amazing weekend, thanks to everyone who has supported - great teams and wonderful customers.
20 June 2019
Meet Luna, Gypsy and Maggie who travelled over the Irish Sea today in search of a better life. More details to follow soon.
Thank you Eila Moloney for rescuing them.
22 June 2019
What a great day Dave, Lynne, Barbara, Faith and their lovely hounds had today in Street. This was the first time of collecting in this area and they raised a brilliant £120.51.
They also met some very nice people who may be interested in adopting. Paws crossed!
22 June 2019
Thank you to everyone for coming along today and having your dogs pampered for DAWG and thank you to Kim, Stacey and Meg who groomed nine dogs and raised £173 for the hounds less fortunate.
26 June 2019
We would like to welcome Penny Owen to the failed fosterers' club!!! - yes, lots of us have been there!!
It has been a long road for Dora as she has been with us almost ten months. She arrived with a really bad ear infection and a cauliflower ear, which seemed to take forever to clear up and had a couple of operations.
This girl really did have a raw deal, she was originally bred in Ireland and sent to this country to race, she had just over sixty races, all in Sheffield, and then for some strange reason she was sent back to Ireland, where she never raced again!! Luckily she was rescued by our very good friend Eila Moloney and sent back to the UK for rehoming.
Dora has been in foster with Penny for quite a while, there is always going to be "a special one" and Dora is that one for Penny. Thank you for giving Dora her forever home.
30 June 2019
Thank you to Julie and Adrian Sims for a wonderful afternoon. The Cream Tea was absolutely brilliant, the weather was perfect, the company was great and seeing lots of our dogs which have been re-homed was a sheer joy.
This event just gets busier every year with 117 people coming along this time, which is a record amount.
Superb amount of money £1,057.13, which will help us to save more dogs.
We cannot thank you both enough as we know the hard work that goes into organising an event like this. We must also thank family and friends who helped Julie and Adrian during the afternoon.