Dokley finally got her very own success story after nearly two years at the rescue. She came in severely emaciated but slowly came back to herself. She’s such a beautiful girl and deserves all the lovely things that are coming to her 🐾
This beautiful pup Chewie didn’t have long to wait before he snapped up his beautiful new home! Down to his playful nature and beautiful eyes his new fur mom couldn’t resist. Here he is enjoying the high life with his new friend 🐾💕
Dixie finally has the bed of his dreams….her new furmoms king size bed ! Dixie was rescued from horrendous conditions and it took months of recuperation to get her back to health.
She now gets everything’s she ever wanted and finally has found love and ‘her’ own place. Dixie was crying out for love and now she finally has a family to call her own… forever !
Oakley struck gold last summer when his new furparents came into the rescue looking for a new member of their family.
Oakley was brought to the rescue with his sister Dokley, there were severely emaciated and needed some TLC. After a while Oakleys parents laid eyes on him and new he was the one for them!
Now Oakley spends his time on paddle boards, on beach walks and snuggles on his bed. He also is bilingual and spends a few months in Germany every year. Oakley is a success story and now has his forever home…wanting for nothing.
Now we need to try and find his sister Dokley a home as she’s been at the rescue now for nearly 2 years!
Our first rehoming of 2020
Meet Pixie she is a kind and beautiful Jack Russell. Pixie is our first dog to find a home in 2020 and we couldn’t be be happier for her. Pixie came to us last year when unfortunately her owner was unable to look after her . Beautiful Pixie headed off to her new home. Without a doubt she will keep her new owner occupied with her lively and playful spirit. She is a beautiful and friendly dog and what a great start to her year. We know that she will be very happy and content in her new home. She went off to her new home and she deserves all the care, love, long walks and happiness.
Last year we took two dogs from families who’s owners of the dogs sadly passed away, Skerry who is a beautiful malamute was very nervous of people and hated other dogs. She’s now good with people but
unfortunately other dogs are a no no. She’s eight years old, so she will stay with us. The other dog was this scamp Archie. He was a young dog but obviously missed his owner. He likes all the attention and as you can see he’s getting it all with David and Aisling, here, not on a mountain in Sweden or Germany who help hundreds of Irish huskies each year but, on a mountain on the Dingle Peninsula in West Kerry.
Archie has fallen on all four here and we’re not expecting everyone to have access to beautiful mountains like this but it’s a brilliant example of what your husky needs. Whether thinking of getting a husky or if you already own one, please be aware that some mountains are privately owned and despite numerous requests for dogs to be kept on leads, some irresponsible dog owners seem to believe that they don’t need to keep there dog on leads. This has led to many land owners refusing dogs permission as sheep can be anywhere on these mountains and its a simple and fair request. The ignorant and arrogant few have just spoiled it for the many responsible dog owners. Archie was on lead the whole time except for a few photos at the top and lets face it, I doubt he’s leaving these two anytime soon!!