Bailey, an English Bull Terrier cross can’t quite believe his luck. Lots of delicious food and treats for him and his “special” friends.
Bailey, like some of our other residents, have food allergies which means he can only have certain approved hypoallergenic treats and foods, which have been kindly provided by supporter Anne Harper.
Call K9 Crusaders on 01872-560232 for more info on this lovely chap if you are active and patient with a good sense of humour 🙂
ALL SOUPED UP…and going….going….gone..
Home made chicken, pea and liver soup for our kennel dogs..
We are souping it up every day whilst the weather is cold.
All our dogs are coated at night and snug in extra deep bedding. Some are coated during the days, too-action man Lenny taste tests today’s soup-and heartily approves!
JUST A FEW pics from our fabulous St Valentines dog show, held today at Perranwell.
It was wonderful to see so many of you there-and so many gorgeous dogs! The difficult job of judging fell to our own Wendy End-bsl Carbis, aided and abetted by our patron Zoey Wright. This was Zoey’s first dog show, and I know she had the best time!
A whopping THANK YOU to everybody who came and took part, bought raffle and tombola tickets, had refreshments, bought dog biscuits, donated goods, and helped organise, cook and brew!
We made £388.53 for our dogs!
In our eyes you are all winners! See you next time!
For the rest of our photos from the event see our Pinterest board below
Dog owners in Cornwall have been put on alert after fears that somebody purposefully put rat poison in meat which was later eaten by a dog.
One reported case took place while the pet dog was walking in the Paul area of Penzance at some point between Friday and Saturday (February 16 and 17).
Devon and Cornwall Police has now issued an urgent warning to dog owners as officers continue to investigate the worrying issue.
“We have received a report of rat poison, believed to have been contained within mince meat, being eaten by a dog while out on a walk in the Paul area of Penzance between Friday 16 and Saturday, February 17, 2018,” said a spokesman for the force.
The police added that if anyone has any information which may relate to this they should email firstname.lastname@example.org or phone 101, quoting crime CR/015023/18.
Our beautiful Ellie, rehomed 8 years ago, celebrated her 10th birthday today with her loving family.
Mum Sandy says;
Thanks to K9 Crusaders our Ellie is now 10 years old. We’ve had her for 8 years such a softie with people and children !
Just not so keen on other dogs !
She’s a Dads girl !
Complete Dads girl as seen in the photos below. Happy birthday sweetheart x
We received a lovely message on Facebook from Roxy Huntaway X’s new family on her first Gotcha Day celebration, with some lovely pictures.
A year today beautiful Roxy joined our family she is such a good girl and we love her very much thank you k9 xxx
She looks so happy we were delighted that after all her trials and tribulations, many homes later she has finally found her forever family.
Thank you for giving her a wonderful life, and we look forward to more photos.
REMEMBER OUR LOVELY supporter Daniel James?
Daniel made his Bodmin home into a Christmas light show to raise money for K9 Crusaders, and invited people to donate bedding, toys, food, treats and accessories.
Daniel raised £110 for our dogs.
We would like to thank all the kind people who donated, and of course Daniel for organising everything. 🙂
THE SUN was shining yesterday as we waved little Bertie off to his new home.
Be good, handsome boy, and be happy. 🙂
A year ago today Dora became ours! That gorgeous little puppy is now fifteen months old and still just as aDORAble.
We’ve had lots of love, laughs and joy, as well as a few ” if you didn’t laugh you’d have to cry” moments along the way! Like the time she found an almost empty bag of compost and decided bringing it into the sitting room to play with in comfort, would be a good idea! Or when she decided chewing the cane conservatory furniture would save the hassle of going outside to find a stick!
Wouldn’t change her for the world. 💕💕💕💕
THANK YOU K9 Crusaders!
Our oldie, Buggs, on his 3rd “gotcha” day. Huge thanks to K9 Crusaders for saving this lovely gent 3 years ago. He has been a joy to have in our household, although I think help might be needed with the definition of can you help with an emergency “for the weekend”!!! It was obvious from day one that he wasn’t going anywhere.
Pictured on his new bed (wearing a collar as he has just had a lump removed from his shoulder) and catching one of my homemade biscuits – he is a lurcher and the op hasn’t dulled his appetite 🙂