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Can you help give these dogs a home?

Dogs rehoming feature. LtoR - Tracy Spearing, Nick Clarke, Racheal Richardson, Anne Clarke, Keith Stockdale and Lyndsey Forrest

Dogs rehoming feature. LtoR - Tracy Spearing, Nick Clarke, Racheal Richardson, Anne Clarke, Keith Stockdale and Lyndsey Forrest

A charity which provides foster care for dogs is seeking your help to find loving homes for the pets in its care.

Shaman’s Legacy was launched by Lyndsey Forrest, of South Lynn, last month in a bid to find foster carers for dogs, particularly cross-breeds, who are waiting to be rehomed.

Eight dogs and puppies that have been looked after by the charity’s volunteers are now ready to be permanently adopted.

Although two already have homes, the others are still waiting for kind-hearted people to come forward and take them on.

The charity is also looking for additional foster carers to come forward to look after dogs for an initial four-week assessment period.

Anyone interested in adopting any of the dogs shown above or in becoming a fosterer should contact Miss Forrest on 07592 500141 or email shamanslegacy@gmail.com.

Further information can also be found on the charity’s Facebook page, www.facebook.com/groups/shamanslegacy.

Here, Miss Forrest tells you about the animals that are ready for their forever homes.

 

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