- July 9, 2013 at 5:18 am #65024sharon@rescueremediesMember
Do you have some free time and need a doggie fix? Perhaps you’d love to spend some time with a dog, but can’t commit to owning one yourself?
We have volunteers who take dogs out for the day to give them a break from kennels – a long walk in the countryside, a day at the seaside, a pub lunch, a drive out and a grooming/cuddle session makes the world of difference to break up the monotony of kennel life.
Some take a dog home over a weekend to enable them to recover from their spay/neuter op with the comfort of a home environment rather than a kennels.
Some holiday in the UK with lots of walks so take one of our tried and tested dogs with them for a fortnights holiday – they like to have a good reason to do loads of lovely walks with the companionship of a dog.
Some are taking time off from work during the summer and welcome the companionship of a dog in their home to share their break.
Others kindly take a dog until they find their forever homes and give us loads of insights into that dog so that we can find them the perfect home.
Every little ounce of support however short or long is of benefit. We currently have 58 dogs in kennels so WE NEED FOSTERERS & WALKERS and our kennel dogs NEED YOU!
If any of the above sounds like it could be for you then why not take those steps towards making a doggie date or booking that doggie centred vacation NOW in time for summer!
If you think you could offer one of our dogs some time, however short, then please complete our Fostering questionnaire online on this link: https://rescueremedies.wufoo.com/for…questionnaire/ and we will match a dog to suit your lifestyle and circumstances. There are more details about fostering on this link: http://rescueremedies.myfastforum.org/forum106.php
Alternatively, if you can get to either Gatwick, West Sussex &/or Godstone, Surrey and have any spare time to give our dogs a walk over the summer months (or longer) then please get in touch by filling out our dog walking volunteer form on this link: https://rescueremedies.wufoo.eu/forms/rescue-remedies-volunteer-dog-walker-questionnaire/
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