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This is Holly enjoying herself in the garden. She was adopted by Peter and has settled in very well
...She is really good friends with her new brother Rolo
And this is Meg''s new sister Izzy! They are the best of friends and play together all the time.
Although Izzy wasn''t sure at first what to do on the beach, she is now running up and down, chasing Meg, balls and seagulls! (a bad habit that Meg has taught her!)
She is a little darling and everybody loves her!
...seen here rubbing shoulders with her friends (including two Crufts Champion Afghans!)
...especially his new pal Chloe. They love long walks together.
Sheena has settled in very well with her new owners. She''s really friendly and well behaved and loves to play. Here she is on her first walk by the sea in Scarborough.
Levi has settled in great with his new owners and has really made himself at home.
Here he is on his first caravan holiday. He is a natural and always attracts plenty of attention.
Here he is after winning the ''best looking dog'' category at Blair Athol gala in Scotland while on holiday.
Stig has settled in really well with the Jackson family in Raskelf and has become much calmer, happier and more trusting.
He''s been going to Cresta Dog Club where he''s absolutely brilliant, especially at Agility.
Here''s a photo of Bailey taken by his proud dad Roger. He now lives in Essex with Roger, Sarah and his new friend Jasper the cat and he loves to watch the fish in the pond.
Here is Molly with her "step mum Gipsy"...
She has settled in very well and loves her new family.
Here is Billy who now lives in Retford, Notts. He is an amazing dog with so much character and enjoys life to the full, probably because he''s so spoilt!
Sadie has become a massive part of her family''s lives and is very very spoilt. Her new owners say she very loyal and is the perfect dog.
They all love her dearly especially the children. Sadie is their best friend!!
Missy has been a fantastic addition to her new family...
She loves walks in the woods and playing on the beach, especially with her new friends Freya and Molly.
This is Jess enjoying a walk on the beach in Scarborough. She loves racing around the house and garden and playing with other dogs and is gaining confidence every day.
Here is Katie relaxing in her garden in Filey...
She''s settled in well and loves long walks with her new owners.
Here is Benson having fun on Easington beach with his new family. He''s made friends with everyone in the village and loves resting his chin on the garden wall waiting for a fuss.
He gets on well with his new friend Maddie the staffy cross and they had fun playing together at the beach.
Xena is really enjoying life by the seaside in Scarborough and loves walking in the woods, paddling in the stream and running on the beach.
She and her new friend Beau enjoy calling for a cup of tea and sausage sandwich on the way home from the beach!
Dottie is happily settled in her new home with her owner''s other former Whitby Dog Rescue dog, Moppet...
...Here they are having fun in the garden together.
Here is Happy, now George, playing in the snow with his new owners who say he''s settled in really well.
Max has settled in really well with his new family...
...Doesn''t he look happy?
Here are Eddie and Nellie enjoying a walk on the beach. They have grown in confidence in their new home and are very happy.
Here is Leah with her new pal Bobby on her first walk in Mulgrave woods...
She''s doing really well and has already started to lose some of her excess pounds!
Here is Tyke going up Ben Nevis on a gondola, what a brave little boy.
Here is Jeff relaxing in a sunny spot in his new home...
He can run for hours and loves playing football, he is a real puppy at heart.
Gus has grown up to be a very handsome young man...
He is very well behaved, loves to play and enjoys long forest walks.
Alfie and Bertie (previously Sunny and Star) are doing brilliantly in their new home and both love their cuddles and sitting on the windowsill soaking up the sun.
They've become a real part of the family and settled in perfectly.
Here is Zeus the Rottweiler who is settling in really well in his new home.
He gets on really well with his new siblings Lester and Leo and is also friends with the cats.
This is the handsome Judd having fun in the snow.
And here is his little sister Lola. They get on brilliantly and are happy to have found a loving home.
This is Troy Deering who was adopted in 2007. Here he is enjoying his birthday.
This is Roxy relaxing in the sunshine in her garden...
...She has settled in brilliantly and loves her new family.
Here is Hunta looking very relaxed in his new home...
...he was very frightened when he first arrived at the dog rescue and now look how happy he is!
Barney is doing really well in his new home and responding well to training...
...He gets lots of attention when out and about as he's just so cute!
Hi Everybody....Bob here....I'm partial to a little bit of luxery..........
Bob here again with my owner Tim - we have been training for the great North Run.....we raised loads of money last year for my other pals at Whitby Dog Rescue!
Scooby living it large!
"When we first meet Scooby, he was everywhere. Jumping up on the table, the worktops, and us... Our first days with him have been amazing, he’s certainly a character... You may wonder why I’ve wrote this little piece, let me tell you then. There is a perception out there that Staffies are not the nicest of dogs, that they can be nasty... Treat a dog with love, respect and understanding and that is what you will get back out of them by the bucket load... Staffies need love and a home as much as every other dog, don’t just walk past them." Declan & Tracy
"Just a quick email to let you know that Holly is doing fine with Colin & Lynne in Leeds. She never gets fed up of having her tummy tickled and is enjoying exercising with her favourite new toy, a squeaky tennis ball! She's met Lynne's 83 year old mum (on several occasions this last few days) and settled down well with her this morning for a couple of hours, after initially howling when Lynne left.
All is going very well and she seems to settle in to new situations quite easily and appears quick and eager to learn. We just hope that she'll socialise well with other dogs and enjoy freedom off the lead, with no constraints, soon. We've attached a few photographs taken last weekend in Filey for you to enjoy! Thank you for all your help, we can't imagine life without her and will keep you informed of her progress with more photos to follow." Lynne & Colin