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Episode 207- Gnomad Home and Rehome From Home

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Released Sat April 27, 2019
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Many of dream of escaping the rat race and living a simpler life. Jayme and Jon Serbell did just that - and it was their dogs who inspired them to take to the van life! Tanya Madden from the Mayhew Animal Home talks to Julie about rehoming Robbie. Plus the DogCast Radio News - which will be of particular to interest to bearded men!

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Smitten couple move Heaven and Earth to adopt Hugo

When a young couple first met Hugo earlier this year, it was love at first sight.

• They bonded immediately, and Zoe and Aaron knew straight away they wanted to welcome the four-year-old Beagle in to their lives.
• Luckily, they had recently moved into a pet-friendly property, and so it seemed the stars were aligned.
• However, despite the verbal assurances from their estate agent that Zoe and Aaron would be able to care for a dog in their new home, their formal request to adopt Hugo was refused by their new landlord.

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Hugo has a home

Hugo has a home with Zoe and Aaron - but it wasn't easy!

Unlucky dog Sam the Staffie is searching for a home after waiting ONE YEAR

‘Young at heart’ Sam the Staffie has watched 134 dogs be rehomed before him
This month marks Sam’s one year anniversary in RSPCA care - that’s 365 days of waiting to find his forever home.

Sam, the 13-year-old Staffordshire bull terrier, came into the care of RSPCA South Godstone in Surrey after his owners circumstances changed and they could no longer care for him.

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Rescuing a dog could help you achieve better physical and mental health

Saving one dog won’t change the world - but the world will change forever for that dog and new owner

Dogs help man in many ways; from acting as the ears and eyes for those impaired of sight and sound, to sniffing out lost people or harmful substances, to protecting our family and property. But dogs can also perform an incredible, life-saving role - with no training.

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Dogs get us walking

Stephen Buckley, head of information at mental health charity, Mind, said: “Many people, not just those with mental health problems, find that connecting with animals or caring for a pet can have a positive impact on their wellbeing. Lots of people who experience a range of mental health problems also report that playing with an animal or taking a dog for a walk helps them switch off from everyday pressures, clear their head and relieve stress."

Rescue dogs are good for people

Dogs help man in many ways; from acting as the ears and eyes for those impaired of sight and sound, to sniffing out lost people or harmful substances, to protecting our family and property. But dogs can also perform an incredible, life-saving role - with no training.

Elderly Eric wants a peaceful retirement home

Older pooch needs nine hours of sleep a night!

Elderly pooch Eric is on the hunt for a calm, quiet home where he’ll have a comfy bed of his own, lots of affection, and at least nine hours or sleep every night!

Fourteen-year-old terrier cross Eric - who is 98 in dog years - is currently being looked after by RSPCA Danaher Animal Home, in Essex.

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