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K9 Crusaders Dog Welfare

Shelley Webber
Shelley Webber3 hours ago
My girls have been shopping today for pigs ears for them and the boyz and whilst there placed an order for some large bags of kibble and a selection of treats for the K9 gang
Sue Smith
Sue Smith22 hours ago
This poor boy's dad is back in hospital, and no one has offered Indy a home or even a foster.
Please-can anyone offer any help?
Come on, everyone-give poor Indy your very best shot.
Let's have some Cornish action. His dad is very ill indeed, and just needs to know that Indy is safe, and loved.
Sue Smith
Sue Smith1 month ago
4 year old Indy needs a new home. His dad is ill, and fears he will not be able to give Indy the life he deserves.
This is what Indy's dad says about him:
He isn't keen on cats or pigeons. He likes the countryside and when he's out he enjoys sniffing round for pheasants.
He's always had a raw food diet so he's really healthy.
He loves a swim.
He gets excited around new people but never aggressive. We live rurally, so we don't have many people passing the house. He barks when someone walks past the garden.
He doesn't like the postwoman when she puts the letters through.
He likes decent walks, and sitting looking out the window. He adores women far more than men.
He's really soft, he's a decent size and quite powerful but he's had 2 bites from small dogs and just wagged it off. He is very playful with other dogs no matter what the size.
Indy has had no experience with children, so will be looking for an adults only home.
If this handsome boy has turned your head, please pm me.
Sue Smith
Sue Smith3 weeks ago
Little Jack Russell mix Woody is 7 years old. This handsome little fella has had to leave his lifelong home due to illness, and is very traumatised.
We are giving him time to settle, and process what has happened. There is no rush, he can go at his own pace, and come round in his own time. We will continue to work with him to help him adjust.
We had a breakthrough today, when Woody showed interest in the football, and we had a brief game. Little by little...
Woody is not yet ready to find a new home.
Lou Benney
Lou Benney6 hours ago
BONUS BALL - Fund raising for K9 Crusaders. 21st October 2017
The way this works is each number costs £1 a week. If your number wins, then you receive £25 and each week K9 Crusaders keeps the remainder Anyone wishing to join us, payment is by paypal (friends/family) to k9crusaders@hotmail.co.uk, with comment of "Bonus Ball" please. Numbers available are those without a name against them. Reserved numbers will be tagged on a Tuesday, then again on a Thursday, and will need to be paid for by 7pm on Friday , otherwise they will be released.

1 Stan Merton
2 Sharon Scamp
3 Tania Finlay
5 Nel Rutter- Wilton
6 Christine Davies R
7 John Dunn
9 Kelvin Simms
10 Sharon Scamp
11 Hilary Merton
12 Christine Davies R
13 Anne Harper
14 Suzanne Knuckley
15 Judith Ball
16 June Anisle
17 Marion Mansi
18 Wendy Charman
20 Rose Woodward
21 Mark Lyons C/O Shelli Carew
23 Christine Davies R
24 Lyndsey Cowl C/O Elaine Cowl
25 Jane Nix
26 Carol Harper
27 Sharon Scamp
28 Sharon Franklin
30 June Ainslie
31 Hilary Merton
32 Lynn Knuckley
33 Maxine Young
34 Ian Roberts
35 Elaine Cowl
36 Jane Nix
37 Jane Nix
38 Jane Nix
40 Keran Williams
41 Kairen Warrilow
42 Patricia Hicks Plant
43 Shelli Carew
44 Suzanne Knuckley
45 Wayward Wenches
46 Jane Nix
47 Jane Nix
48 Gill Corbett
49 Lindsay Truesdale
50 Sharon Franklin
55 Sandy Steward

I have numbers reserved for Christine Davies.

Numbers available 4, 8, 19, 22, 29, 39, 51, 52, 53, 54, 56, 57, 58, 59
Sue Smith
Sue Smith3 days ago
10 years ago, I agreed to take on Lolly, a 3 year old Cav girl. She had a heart problem, deformed back legs, and was morbidly obese. She couldn't walk.
We had no kennels back then, so I put her into one of our few foster homes, and set about fundraising to pay for her to have veterinary treatment.
Very slowly, the weight started to come off, and the most amazingly strong character emerged. Lolly learned how to walk, and on one of those walks this remarkable little dog met an equally remarkable lady, Di.
Lolly moved in with Di and her husband Dermot, and blossomed. She walked, and lost more weight. She had regular heart checkups and treatment. There was nothing wrong with her legs-she had just been too fat to use them.
Lolly became a celebrity in her own right. When she sat on Di's handbag, you wouldn't want to move her. She was at once comedian, dragon, and cuddle monkey. Determination was her middle name.
When Dermot passed away, Lolly became Di's constant companion.
Today this brave, strong willed, devoted little angel got her wings when her heart just couldn't hold out any longer.
10 years ago we never thought Lolly would live to reach 13 years old. But then...we didn't know Lolly!
Fly high, beautiful soul, fly high....