Gone But Not Forgotten


It with sadness that I write to tell you that our beloved Hogan passed away peacefully this week after a short battle with cancer.

We adopted Hogan as an 8 year old nearly five years ago. He was the first dog that my wife and I have owned, despite growing up with dogs, and we were delighted to take on an older dog who perhaps wouldn't be everyone's first choice of dog but who fitted perfectly with our life stage.

I cannot begin to tell you how much joy Hogan has brought us and you matched him with our circumstance perfectly. He was such a loving dog and just wanted to be around people. We hope that we gave him the happiness that he certainly brought us and as an overweight dog on arrival, we were pleased to get him walking lots and eating well, which meant a healthy existence until his health troubles started this year.

It is a hard time for us as we have lost the very best of companions and a member of the family, but in time we will look back with fond memories and the brilliant decision we made to contact you all those years ago.

Thank you for the work that you do and thank you for introducing Hogan into our lives - we will forever treasure him.




Ben, my best Irish mate, has today gone over to Rainbow Bridge. He is already missed. This is the last photo of Ben.



We are utterly devastated to let you know of the loss of our beautiful Jack under extremely tragic circumstances.
We only had him for 12 days but he was such a big character who made an such an unbelievable impact on our lives in that time.
Jack your forever home may have only been for a very short time but your forever home will be in our hearts forever.
Sleep peacefully Jack in God's care.
Ann & Henry



It is with great sadness that we share the news with you of Charlie's passing. He had a wonderful few years with Sally and her family, but unfortunately his health deteriorated. He passed peacefully in Sally's arms.

Thank you for all your support and in giving Charlie some wonderful years in a loving family home.


It is with great sadness that we had to say goodbye to our beautiful Tilly on Monday April 9th. She gave us such love and joy during her final years with us.

She will be sadly missed, not only by us but our springer, Lucy.

Run over the rainbow Tilly

Alan and Kay

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