Hal is dog of the week!

Over a year has passed since Hal came into our care and he still waits. Hal is a shy boy and this is likely why he hasn’t been chosen. The right caring and patient family is out there for him, we just hope he doesn’t have to wait too much longer 

Hal is fostered in Thetford. He is a wirey haired lurcher cross of around three years old.

Hal was first brought to our attention when we were shown a video of him in a public shelter in Romania. He was running from corner to corner, pitifully scared of everything and everyone in there. He arrived here with us still scared but soon learnt how to be more confident and enjoy himself.

He is still wary of strangers and needs an experienced and patient adopter who will continue to teach him about the kindness humans can offer. Hal needs a home with at least one other dog to play with that will teach him some confidence and continue to show him how to enjoy life. If you are interested please call or message us between 9am and 6pm 


Tel 07788 251197 
Tel 07899844524 
Hal,0092099 DOB 01/01/15

Find out more about Hal

Safe Rescue Fundraising Auction

Come along to bid on some great items and raise funds for Safe Rescue For Dogs. Items up for auction include jewellery, vintage and retro items, vouchers, branded dog goods, Norfolk made furniture and lots more! BBQ and refreshments on site. Payments can be made by cash, paypal or bank transfer on the day. All auction proceeds go to the charity and are not subject to VAT.

Foster dog Nina wins Rosette!

Nina, who is fostered in Kings Lynn, won a rosette today in ‘Best Rescue’ class at Hunstanton Dog Show. Nina isn’t the most confident of dogs, so this is a massive achievement for her. Well done Nina!

Find out more about Nina

Meet the Rescues Afternoon

Some of Safe Rescue’s dogs will be attending the next ‘Meet the Rescue’ afternoon hosted by Gorleston ‘Doggy Diner’ on Sunday 26th May 2pm- 4pm.

If you are interested in adopting or fostering, please come and along and meet us.

Visit the Facebook event page.

Doggy Diner, Harbourmouth, Gorleston-on-Sea, NR31 6PL.

 

 

Mica is Dog of the Week!

Mica is a three year old medium sized crossbreed.
Her story is sadly a common one to tell. She was first spotted in a village in Romania when she was less than a year old. She was abused and persecuted by villagers which made her difficult for people who wanted to get her to safety to catch her. She had a litter of pups every season, most died and rescuers would take the survivors of each littler when they were old enough to find new homes. For over a year she evaded capture but finally she was caught and has been waiting in a private shelter ever since for a chance of a home.
Mica is the sweetest most loving dog I have in my care. She is initially wary of men and I’m pretty sure the fact that she has teeth missing on one side of her face could well be the root cause of those fears 🙁 She is sweet and gentle with me and now learning how to live in a home. Lead training is on going as she does ask for a reassuring hug every three to four steps at the moment 😉 Mica mixes well with the other dogs here though does not put up with any nonsense and I think she would be just as happy or happier as an only dog. 

Safe Rescue Coffee Morning

Saturday 4th May @ Drayton Village Hall

Atom is Dog of the Week

Atom is Dog of the Week!

Atom is a large crossbreed dog, fostered in Norfolk. He looks like he has some kind of mountain dog in him. His passport states him to be eight years old but we feel he could be a little younger and estimate closer to six.

Atom has wasted the last couple of years waiting to be saved from the Radauti shelter in Romania. He has emerged miraculously unaffected by this ordeal and is just delighted at recent dramatic changes in his life.

Atom is a super friendly boy who appears totally unaware of how big he is. Efforts are being taken in his foster home to teach him not to not jump up but he certainly is not suitable for anyone in any way fragile! He just loves other dogs and lives happily in a multi dog household. He is very food orientated so training is made that bit easier. Lead training is also ongoing, he pulls like a train with slip lead but has made great progress with the addition of a Halti collar.

He is an adorable big bear, very loving and cuddly. You cannot help but love this overgrown fool, what he lacks in intelligence he more than makes up for in love and enthusiasm!

Safe Rescue Coffee Morning

Interested in adopting a rescue dog?
Want to find out more about joining our foster team?
Can you spare some time to volunteer?
Come along to our coffee morning and have a chat with our volunteers, and meet some of our dogs waiting for their forever home.
And don’t forget, there will be tea, coffee and cake!

Romania Neutering Campaign

On April 3rd a group of the safe rescue team will be traveling to Romania to assist in a neutering campaign. Earlier this year our treasurer was awarded a £5000 grant from the Jean sainsbury animal welfare trust with the proviso that it was used to help combat the street dog problem in Romania at the root cause. They money will be spent in a village in Romania known for horrific levels of abuse. The cases that have come from this village historically include a dog hit in the head with an axe and another almost sliced in half with a sword. The public shelter in Braila is notoriously deadly and we will be teaming up with Romanian vet Rudi and Dog rescue Norway. The £5000 will pay to neuter over two hundred street dogs, thus preventing countless puppies being born into a world of suffering.

We will be assisting in operations and helping round up streets dogs and persuade owners to allow us to neuter their pets. We anticipate this to be a harrowing yet hugely rewarding experience. We will also visit the public shelter to see the suffering first hand and in contrast visit the private shelter where saved dogs live in better conditions awaiting an opportunity of a forever home.

There will be tears and laughter along the way but in addition to the prevention of future suffering our aim is also to highlight the plight of the dogs abroad and show people first hand the answer to the frequently asked question “ why help dogs from abroad?”

Our team are paying their own way on this trip and no charity funds will be spent on us getting there or being there. We would however like to raise funds to feed some of the street dogs whilst over there and buy the dogs in the shelter some extra treats so if people would like to donate to this the PayPal address to send to us saferescue@hotmail.co.uk

We will be photographing and filming throughout our trip and sharing our experiences with you all.

Hal is dog of the week!

Over a year has passed since Hal came into our care and he still waits. Hal is a shy boy and this is likely why he hasn’t been chosen. The right caring and patient family is out there… Read More

Safe Rescue Fundraising Auction

Come along to bid on some great items and raise funds for Safe Rescue For Dogs. Items up for auction include jewellery, vintage and retro items, vouchers, branded dog goods, Norfolk made furniture and lots more! BBQ and… Read More