Adopted Dogs

Adopted Dogs

Adopted Dogs Steal Hearts

As dog lovers we love to hear about dogs being adopted. Our team have all rescued numerous dogs over the years and have loved every minute of their lives with us. They seem to know and appreciate that they are loved and in a good forever home.

There are obviously a lot of dog lovers out there who have done the same. We recently wrote an article on Greyhounds and included information on adopting ex-racing Greyhounds.

We created a number of rescue dog mugs for different breeds.  These have been so popular that we have had people from all around the world ordering them.  Here are just a few of them…

(See below for how to be in the draw to win a mug of your choice)

We would love to hear about your experience with any adopted dogs that have been in your life and stolen your heart.  Please share this with us in the Comments section at the bottom of this page.

All those who leave a comment about their dog in the Comments section below before 31st January, 2022, will be in the draw for one of our mugs (you choose which one suits you).

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  1. My little old dogs are too old to walk they have retired to their comfortable beds in the sun or by the heater in the blue mountains

  2. I have been lucky enough to be a ‘rescue dog’ mum several times. At one time I had 4 dogs and they were all ‘rescues’. Phoenix, a golden Labrador, was 8 months old when he joined us. Although never abused he had been literally locked in a back yard, never seeing the outside world at all, since he was 6 weeks old. He and I had such a special bond from the first day I took him home with me. He was adorable and loved all people and other animals, and had the most expressive brown eyes. Phoenix certainly stole my heart and although he has now been gone over a year I miss him every day.

  3. We adopted our Labrador, Jet, when he was two years old as his previous owners found him too exuberant. He settled fairly quickly and was a great dog. He loved everyone and everyone loved him too. He left us when he was 15 and a half and is still missed.

  4. We adopted our LabXRottie, Ebony, one day before she was to be put down. She was the most gentle, friendly, loving dog and was with us until she was 13.5 years old. The day she left us was a very, very sad one.

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