History - Jorja had a loving home but change of personal circumstances meant her owners could not meet Jorja's needs.
Personality - Jorja is a rapidly growing puppy, already the size of a small labrador at 6 months old, she's going to be a big girl. She is incredibly affectionate and playful, though has never lived with children or other dogs, and given her size would only be suitable to live with older children. Jorja's personality is still developing and she will need an owner with time and patience to be able to provide her with the training and socialisation she needs.
A little message from Jorja-
“"My top is made out of rubber, my bottoms made out of springs, I'm bouncy, bouncy, bouncy, bouncy, fun, fun, fun, fun, fun!"
How Can You Help?
How Can You Help?
There are several way in which you can help our dogs have a happy and fulfilling life while they are in our care. Whether you can give us an hour or two to walk some dogs or help us with our fundraising efforts, or even buy us an item or two from our shopping list, every little bit is a huge help to us.
We always need people to help us in the following ways -
Dog Walking/Play Sessions - If you can spare just half an hour to walk one of our dogs, or even have a play session with one in our hall or on our field it can really make a difference to that dogs life.
To dog walk you need to be over 16 years of age and bring Photo and Address ID for all people who are walking, visit between the hours of 8-12midday or 5-9pm, 7 days a week. (no appointments required)
Collections/Events - We always need people to help on our Street Collections and at any events that we collect or have stalls. This is one of the main ways in which we raise funds and is very important to the rescue.
Car Boot Sales - We are hoping to recruit a team of volunteers to run regular car boots sales for us, selling items we are donated to raise funds. We are looking at getting a regular indoor pitch for winter and an outdoor one for summer.
We have a shopping list of items that we use daily to ensure that the dogs have clean kennels, full tummies, and lots to keep them occupied whilst they are with us. You could pop an item or two into your shopping basket or even do some online shopping and get it sent directly to the centre.
Some of our rescue dogs are much happier being in a home environment then in the rescue centre ,and this is why we have fosterers. A foster home can offer a dog a stable environment whilst they are waiting for their forever home. We can only accept foster applications from people who live in Hull or the surrounding area as we will need the dogs to be brought into the centre for viewings on a regular basis.
At the moment we are only taking applications from people who are willing to have the dog on a full-time, long-term basis. We need people who are at home the majority of the time, have no children, and no other pets except possibly quiet, calm dogs.
For further information please see the corresponding page.