Sat, 31 Aug 2019
Six young pups have found their forever home on the Isle of Man after being rescued by a Manx charity.
The four-month old dogs who are all from the same litter, arrived on the island after travelling from Murcia, Spain. They were born wild and living in a field with very little hope of survival, before CHANCE Animal Rescue stepped in and brought them back to its rescue in Spain.
After some months building up strength, having the necessary vaccinations, and being lovingly cared for by Nikki Caitlin at CHANCE headquarters, six dogs from the litter have now been handed over to their new families on the Isle of Man to live a happy and playful life. One of the pups has moved in with a sibling the charity rescued in 2018, and two of the pups will be living together in their new home. CHANCE does everything it can to ensure the animals they rescue find the perfect home most suited to their needs.
There were nine puppies in total and a home has just been found in the Isle of Man for the seventh. It is hoped the charity will be able to find homes for the remaining two pups in time for the next scheduled transport in September. It was also discovered the dogs still had a mother looking after them, who CHANCE quickly rescued the next day, and has a loving home waiting for her on the Isle of Wight.
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