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Dobby came to us after being surrendered by his owner. He underwent a handful of surgeries, including BOAS (Brachycephalic Obstructive Airway Syndrome) on his palate in order to help him breathe, as unfortunately his breed are renowned for such difficulties due to the breeders desire for shorter noses.
Due to his surgeries, Dobby needed constant monitoring and support with feeding to ensure hecould take food down, so staffmember Jo took him home on a Foster basis. Fortunately for him, henever returned as he had found his forever home with her. Now Dobby is living in luxury with histwo other doggy pals and his family for life.
Adopted my Bulldog Annie from here in March. A home check was carried out, visited the centre three times tomeet my dog and met the behaviourist, met most of the staff, are very willing to answer any questions I had evenafter adoption. Gave me the full explanation of my dogs health at the time and with vet documentation and anypast she has or behaviours. All staff were so lovely, treat the pets with so much love and care. Was an amazing experience! Annie’s settled into our family so well