HAPPILY EVER AFTER: The pups when they arrived at the rescue centre (Image: Dogs Trust)
A rescue centre in west London has helped find forever homes for three beautiful dogs found on the streets of the capital.
Dogs Trust West London waved goodbye to the three special Lurcher pups, Pickle, Pepper and Pesto, as they headed off to their new families after a rough start to their lives. The trio arrived at the rehoming centre at the start of July, after they were found as strays, all of them suffering from mange, a skin disease which had resulted in fur loss on all pups.
After several weeks of lots of TLC, vet treatment, and being lovingly looked after by the dedicated staff at the rehoming centre, the trio began to recover and their individual personalities started to shine.
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Richard Moore, Dogs Trust West London manager, said: “Fondly known as the ‘three P’s’, Pickle, Pepper, and Pesto won over everyone at the centre. It has been amazing to see them go from shy tiny puppies, into bigger bouncy characters, free from mange and happy and healthy.
“We got to see them each head off to their forever homes in the middle of August. Whilst we miss them dearly, it’s incredibly rewarding to see not just one, but three dogs who had a pretty rough start in life, go on to find their happy endings.”
LEAPS AND BOUNDS: The pups at the centre before leaving for their new homes (Images: Dogs Trust)
Whilst Pepper has kept her name, Pickle has been renamed Ivy and Pesto has the new name of Peto. They have all settled wonderfully into their new homes and this is just the beginning of their new lives.
Dogs Trust West London, based in Harefield currently has more than 35 dogs who are ready to head off to their forever homes, if you could give a dog like Pickle, Pepper, and Pesto the happy ending they deserve, please visit the website here.
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