Dogs Home is looking for a home for Ivy,
who was dumped outside the Dogs Home in Harpurhey. Ivy
is a puppy approximately eight months old. She is of medium
size, mostly black and tan with a little bit of white on her.
When she was found on 11th April, she was dehydrated and collapsed. She was taken into the Home and put on an IV drip for two days. She made good progress and started eating. Dogs Home staff are delighted to report that now she has had a few weeks of TLC, she is vastly improved and can be rehomed.
Despite her ordeal, Ivy is very friendly with people and playful. She is also very good with other dogs. She has had some training - she will fetch a ball and obeys commands such as sit and stay.
Eileen is a black and tan, medium sized female dog, approximately three years old. The Dog Warden covering the Glossop area picked her up. She was admitted to the Home on the 19th April 2002.
After being admitted Eileen was found to have puncture wounds round one of her eyes. On closer examination the eye was so damaged, it had to be removed. Eileen very quickly adjusted to the loss, in fact it doesnt seem to bother her at all.
She is obedient, loving friendly with people and other dogs. She is also house trained. Eileen would make a wonderful companion because of her beautiful nature.
If you can rehome Ivy or Eileen, or any abandoned dog, please visit the Manchester Dogs Home, at Crofters House, Moss Brook Road, Harpurhey, Manchester M9 5PG. Tel no 0161 2052874. If you cannot rehome a dog, please remember that Manchester Dogs Home relies on public donations to continue its vital work of caring for lost and abandoned dogs.