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I run this rescue by myself and also run www.lozzaspodencorescue.co.uk and because of this, I am a small one 

I will normally have approximately between 6 and 12 dogs in at one time, mainly lurchers but occasionally other breeds as well as podencos.  They are normally kept in a kennel environment and have alot of interaction with myself and volunteers throughout this period.

It is my own personal choice not to have a network of fosterers,  instead, just using a couple that are  local and extremely experienced  and this obviously limits me to the amount of dogs I can have. Each dog is treated like one of the family and is thoroughly assessed in different situations so that I have a good idea of overall character traits and points requiring further training, enabling me to find the best match possible, home wise.  

Each dog is initially seen   by the rescue vet for a health check and routine treatment. They  also will be assessed by the wonderful Pam Lander , the rescue Chiropractor, who works with any issues present . Any adjustments done will be recorded and the log sent in the adoption pack.

All the rescue dogs have Tellington Ttouch with individual sessions with Penny Shepherd and daily short sessions with myself.  In addition any training the dog has under taken, including socialisation, and off site activities  is  recorded. We use the training barn frequently for scent work as well with all the dogs.

 

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All dogs up for homing will be neutered, fully vaccinated, wormed, micro chipped and come with a personal information pack and new martingale collar. If the vet recommends that the spaying of a bitch has to be delayed (just finished season, just had pups etc) then the dog may still be rehomed under the provision that she is spayed as soon as practicable and proof from the vet will be required, together with the signing of a spaying contract. All puppies go out on neutering contracts. The microchip details will be updated upon adoption in line with the current law .  The dog will always be returned to LLR if for any reason you cannot keep him/her. The adoption form will be signed on the day of the adoption.

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An adoption fee will be required and the standard fee is £150, in special circumstances only this may be more or less and you will be advised at the time of reserving the dog.  Please note that this fee is to help the rescue with the inevitable costs of helping the dogs , especially the vet bills and you are not “buying” a dog.

 

 To adopt a dog I will have an initial  telephone conversation where I will learn more about you and your family.

We will talk about yourimages (23) home environment and dog experience. After the initial chat, if there is nothing suitable you will be added to the waiting list with regular contact and will be notified when a dog comes in that would be perfect for you .

 

If a dog is available  that is a potential match,  you will then be invited to come and visit the dog and bring your family members and any resident dog/s  and spend some time with him/her. You are able to visit as many times as you like.  If we are all happy, then a convenient day is set and I will come with the dog and do your home check at the same time.  You then have the dog on a trial period.

At anytime, he/she can be returned if there is a genuine problem that we can’t work through.


Once the new dog is settled into your home, a follow up visit/call will normally be done by myself around the 3 month period to ensure everyone is happy still and offer any further advice or guidance if required. 

 

I will be on hand at anytime before the 3 month visit to help with any issues that may arise and together will always work towards doing whatever is necessary for the wellbeing of the dog.

 

I OFFER LIFE TIME BACK UP AND WILL ALWAYS TAKE THE DOG BACK IF HE/SHE HAS TO BE REHOMED…MY LLR DOGS ARE NEVER TO FIND NEW HOMES VIA THE OWNER, UNLESS SPOKEN TO ME FIRST…..MY RESCUE DOGS ARE VERY SPECIAL TO ME AND I ALWAYS WANT THE VERY BEST FOR THEM….