When buying a puppy many people don’t stop to consider the parents. Luckily rescue centres do consider them and are handed copious numbers of ex-breeding dogs no longer fit for requirement.
Some say these are the lucky ones having been able to escape from dreadful conditions to live out their retirement years with a loving family.
These dogs take years of rehabilitation, they often are rescued completely shut down and are terrified of human contact. They also usually have many health issues, having been bred from regardless of the fact they are suffering.
A typical ex breeding dog will not have ever seen a veterinarian- this costs the puppy farmers money and will cut into profit.
Rosie - 27 Apr 2018
Rosie was rescued from breeders in East Yorkshire in 2014. She was a Cavalier King Charles Spaniel and 6 years old at the time of her rescue. Rosie had recently given birth to a litter of 10 puppies, a huge number of puppies for a Cavalier... Read More