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Max spent a long time in the shelter waiting for the right home and it is wonderful to see how happy he is playing in his new garden!
Pepsi, rehomed as a young puppy, is having great fun in her new home, and she has just passed her Puppy Certificate after joining Lisa's Puppy Class.
Well done Pepsi!
Here you can see Berry, much loved and totally at home with her new family where she has a new friend to play with.
Bran was called Dan when he lived at the shelter, but now he has been renamed - after a famous Welsh hero. He really enjoys running through the woods and the fields and he is a very handsome looking dog indeed.
He is now getting the love he deserves!
Ruby is making herself at home as you can see, and enjoying a cuddle with her new owner - she is learning new things all the time and giving such pleasure to everyone she meets!
Daisy was rehomed in August 2003 and you can see her here with her owners, who are delighted with her.
Lurch and Jasmine
Lurch was rehomed some time ago, and here he is visiting the Shelter to see Jasmine with his owner. Jasmine has now joined Lurch so they can be together all the time.
One thing Lurch is very good at is sleeping! - people often think that Lurchers need a lot of exercise but a couple of gentle walks a day are plenty for them.
Slide the mouse over this picture to see who Lurch the Lurcher is thinking about.
Bobby and Eddie
Bobbie went to his new home in September 2001, followed by Eddie in January 2002.
They joined two rescue Springer Spaniels, a horse and a pony. Bobbie was fine with the horses from the beginning, but Eddie did seem to think that it was her job to bark at them every time they moved in and out of the stable. However, she tired of this after a couple of weeks! They love their daily walks on the hills, and despite her short legs,
Eddie manages to keep pace with the others.
Bobbie has passed his GOLD Kennel Club Good Citizen test - and we think he might be only the second Trailhound to have achieved this! (They are not the easiest breed to train in this way). In September 2004 he started Agility classes, and is enjoying those. After their walk and feed they enjoy supervising the daily mucking out of the stables. If it's fine they lie in the yard, and if it's wet they lie on top of the hay bales in the barn.
Most of the day is spent sleeping (guess where if the doors aren't closed!) Bobbie finds that Eddie makes a very good pillow! They do stir themselves when the postman comes or if something interesting is happening in the farmyard opposite but the most important things in their life seem to be walks and feed-times.
JadeJade, called Nanouk when she lived at the Shelter, was the first dog to arrive here, and after a few false starts - she is a very lively dog who holds the Shelter's 'High Jump' record! - she was rehomed and is now living very happily with her new owners. You can see another picture of her on the 2002 'Newsletter' page where she was the guest of honour at the Shelter's first birthday party.
Lovers of Cornwall may recognise where Jasper enjoys his summer holidays! Jasper was rehomed by Anne and Malcolm at the end of summer 2001. Anne was the creator of this website and she gave her time to it as a thank-you to the shelter for Jasper.
After the death of our dog Shelley, we were not sure whether we really wanted another dog, but after taking her basket and some toys to the Rescue Shelter we fell in love with Jasper - a very affectionate little dog with a character all his own, who loved chasing his ball and the butterflies on the Cornish headlands!
Slide the mouse over Jasper's picture to see what he is thinking about.
Here you can see the very first dog to be re-homed from the shelter. She was originally called Wanda at the shelter but has been re-named Mia.