Would you have space in your heart and home for one of these dogs?

This week sees our regular feature, in association with Dogs Trust, Ballymena, highlight two adorable dogs currently in its care who are looking for their ‘forever homes’.

Friday, 30th April 2021, 8:33 am

Milo

Jack Russell

Age: Seven

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Beau is a stunning dog who still acts like a big puppy. Beau is looking for an adult only, experienced home

Milo loves his toys and a good cuddle on the sofa with his favourite humans.

In his new home he could live with older teenagers and Milo can also socialise with dogs out on walks, but would prefer to be the only pet in his new home.

Beau

German Shepherd

Jack Russell Milo loves his toys and a good cuddle on the sofa with his favourite humans

Age: Two

Beau is a stunning dog who still acts like a big puppy. She loves her toys and enjoys learning new tricks for treats.

Beau is looking for an adult only, experienced home; she can be wary of strangers and unsure around other dogs so will need quiet walking areas. Beau requires a large, secure garden where she can enjoy playtime off her lead and ongoing recall training. Beau would benefit from someone with previous experience with larger breeds.

If you are interested in adopting a canine friend, please get in touch with the team at Dogs Trust Ballymena on 028 2565 2977 - the phone lines are open daily from 8.30am – 5pm - or you can visit the website at www.dogstrust.org.uk/our-centres/ballymena

At present, due to the ongoing Covid-19 pandemic, Dogs Trust rehoming centres aren’t open for public browsing,but they are still rehoming and taking in dogs, with new processes in place to keep staff, visitors and adopters safe.

A spokesperson said: “For dogs we know will thrive straight away in their new home, we’re matching them with their new homes virtually and delivering them contact-free.

“Current restrictions mean we can only facilitate adoptions local to our centres and not across countries or anywhere there are travel restrictions.

“We’re not able to make appointments for dogs to meet their family before going home, but we can register interest to arrange appointments when restrictions ease.

“We’re currently experiencing an unprecedented amount of interest, with some dogs getting several hundred applications.

“Please bear with us, we’re doing everything we can to find our dogs their forever homes.”

Did you know?

Dog Welfare Charity Dogs Trust normally cares for around 14,000 dogs across its network of 20 rehoming centres in the UK and one in Dublin.

Dogs Trust has a non-destruction policy, and will never put a healthy dog to sleep.

The charity also focuses its efforts on understanding dogs and sharing that knowledge with the wider public to prevent problem behaviours that can result in relinquishment or abandonment.

Dogs Trust is working towards the day when all dogs can enjoy a happy life, free from the threat of unnecessary destruction.

You can find out lots more about Dogs Trust and its Ballymena Rehoming Centre (Dogs Trust Ballymena, Fairview, 60 Teeshan Road BT43 5PN) by visiting: www.dogstrust.org.uk/our-centres/ballymena

The website is packed full of useful information on rehoming a dog from Dogs Trust; on sponsoring a dog, help and advice on dog training, behaviour, care and on its Dog School from the Dogs Trust experts; advice on getting or buying a dog and, on giving up a dog.

There are also details of of all the latest news and events from Dogs Trust Ballymena and UK wide.

*You can even sign up to ‘Be part of Dogs Trust’ and join over 340,000 dog lovers from all around the United Kingdom who get their monthly newsletter.

It’s packed with lots of information about their work and about the many beautiful canines in their care who are all looking for their forever home.