Good Life Dog Rescue always has plenty of news. As passionate animal lovers we are dedicated to helping stray and abandoned dogs every week. The welfare of the dogs and their future fuels our enthusisam to help the dogs abandoned at stray kennels.
By visiting stray kennels every week, and with their support and help we are able to photograph the dogs that have served their time. We work continuously to find rescue places for these dogs as well as taking some into Good Life Dog Rescue.
With dedicated and continuous advertising we are able to find homes for many stray and abandoned dogs and give them the good life they have always deserved.
Big cheers from Good Life
We cheered with delight when the Staffords came in at No.1 on 'Britains Top 100 Dogs' and not before time we might add. Our volunteer based charity takes hundreds of these dogs every year from the local stray pounds and rehomes them to very special individuals who cherish them. Many have been abandoned, abused, neglected and used for breeding. It is wonderful that at long last these dogs have some recognition for their loving nature, intelligence, genuine love for children, devotion and of course charm.
Patch and Socks
It's been a while since we posted these two very special boys. Still endearingly known by fab foster mum and dad Louise and Greg as Nugget and Potato. Two special Staffies, so happy and content in life. They have a very busy social life now and sometimes even stay over at Grandparents houses! Wow. Sleep overs are such fun! The amazing duo have so much to do now the sun is shining. However we think it's called snoozing in the garden, keeping cool in the shades and pointing out where mum and dad have possibly missed a weed or two. They smell sweet and even had a bath in the garden last weekend.
These two amazing boys are a far cry from the dogs that came into Good Life in December 2017. A very heartbreaking sight for all seeing two seriously neglected older Staffies needing urgent medical care and TLC. Patch needed his front leg amputating due to a serious injury that had been left untreated.
Not only are they now the picture of health and look amazing, they are truly delicious. Socks has lost his chub which was a serious health issue and looks super handsome. Both boys are extremely loving, loyal and obedient. They love their food, toys and their life now and are the happiest dogs thanks to Greg and Louise, two very special foster people.
We can never post the boys without a mention for "Lets do it for Dexter" and 'Gallimore Trust' who supported us with our huge vet bills for the boys last December. We are always grateful to these people and mum and dad for being there for us at Good Life and two amazing dogs in need. Happy dogs having happy days.