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Giz found his forever home

Posted on 17 April, 2017 at 10:55

Help2Rehome Scotland were asked for help in finding Giz, a lovely Border Collie a new home earlier this year. 
After doing some appeals to the public through our social media sites such as Facebook and Twitter, a lovely family from Fife got in touch to offer Giz a new home. 
A home inspection was carried out to make sure the new home for Giz was suitable, clean and to see if he would be happy living there. 

After a successful home inspection, Help2Rehome Scotland rehomed Giz to Miss Howieson and her family. 
The family have since been in touch and have provided us with lots of updates on Giz, along with photos too, one of which is above this article. 

Giz has really settled into his new home and is loved by all. He enjoys his daily walks and more so enjoys the attention he receives with cuddles and kisses too! 
The Howieson's are very happy with Giz and often send updates to let us see how he is doing! 
Happy New Home Giz! 

Leo rehomed

Posted on 7 April, 2017 at 13:35

LEO a gorgeous Border Collie was rehomed earlier this month, in fact he was the first dog of April to be rehomed. 
Leo was looking for a new home through no fault of his own. His previous owner had some personal difficulties and needed to find Leo a forever home. 
Thankfully we managed to help. 
A rehoming volunteer went to Methven near Perth to carry out a home check on the Napier family. 
Susan, pictured above with her son Jack was very excited to meet Leo. 
After a successful home inspection, Leo was rehomed. 
Help2Rehome Scotland got an update a few days after Leo was rehomed from Haley, Susan's daughter, to say that Leo was perfect and settling in very well. 
Haley seen Leo advertised on our Facebook page and phoned to find out more information about him. After finding out more about Leo, Haley went and had a chat with her family and then phoned back to reserve Leo until a home check could be done. 
We are very thankful for each and every supporter on our social media who shares our appeals and helps to rehome Scotland's animals! 
Happy new home Leo! 

Woody - an update 1 year on

Posted on 2 March, 2017 at 0:50

GORGEOUS American Bull Dog Woody was rehomed by Help2Rehome Scotland Rehoming Volunteers back in January 2016. 
It's been over a year Woody has been in his new home now with owner Nicola Stevenson, and Nicola got in touch this week to let us know how Woody is getting on. 
Nicola said: ''Woody is settling in great after we re homed him from Help2Rehome Scotland just over a year ago.
We seen that big cute face and couldn't resist him!
He is still in puppy mode and loves nothing better than to sit on my knee.
We just want to say thank you for making our family complete. You do a fantastic job and I would highly recommend for anyone to re home an animal from Help2Rehome Scotland.
It's so worthwhile and rewarding so keep up the good work guys''. - Nicola Stevenson, Johnstone, Renfrewshire. 

Old dogs need not be dumped

Posted on 26 December, 2016 at 3:40

Many animal lovers would have taken in new pets over Christmas, leaving older animals pushed a-side as the fuss over the new pet takes place. 
Sadly, we see year in year out, older dogs and cats being dumped as they are no longer wanted or desired. 
We fear an influx of abandoned pets in coming weeks. 

We are only more than happy to help anyone who wishes to rehome their pets, and would like to stress that you should not be ashamed to pick up the phone or email asking for help. 
We never judge anyone and will never turn a pet away. 

We never put healthy animals to sleep either, so your pet would never be put to sleep while in our care. 
If you are struggling and can't look after your pet anymore, we have volunteers and foster carers who can take him/her in until we find a new home. We don't use kennels. 

For more information or help and advice, please give us a call on 0300 999 6335 or email us using the contact forms on this website. 

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