In this video (filmed in 2009), we find our all about the dog rescue animal shelter Dogs Trust, how many stray and hand over dogs they rehome and the education work they do.
Lesley Gold, Dogs Trust Supporter Relations Officer at the Salisbury rehoming centre, talks to Caroline Griffith about Dogs Trust and their work caring and finding new homes for dogs. Lesley explains about some of the facilities at their Rehoming Centres, what sort of dogs come into the centre and how many dogs they are able to help each year. Lesley also dispels some myths about rescue dogs and shares with us the reasons behind the non-destruction policy that Dogs Trust have in place, which means they never put a healthy dog down.
For the latest news and advice visit www.dogstrust.org.uk
Chapters 0:00 Introduction 0:57 How many dogs do Dogs Trust rehome per year 1:34 Why do dogs end up at Dogs Trust? 2:38 Canine Care Card 3:26 Glass fronted kennels and other on site facilities 4:07 Do all rescue dogs have behaviour problems? 5:13 Rehoming rescue dogs to homes with children 5:50 Dogs trust never put a healthy dog to sleep 8:17 Funds and fund raising
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