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Success Stories!

This year is certainly flying by, we hope you and your hounds are enjoying the recent warm weather. We are very busy here at Basset Rescue Network, possibly the busiest we have ever been, and to be honest, it's been tough! No rest for the wicked though, as more and more bassets need our help.

We are well overdue a rehome roundup, so let's get straight into celebrating our houndies who have made it to their very own sofas! 


Living in the beautiful Norfolk countryside with Debbie and Paul, Bruce is a very happy lad indeed.


Adopted by Gwen, Hetty is settling well in Liverpool with her brother, Miles.


Living with Fiona and her family in Lincolnshire, Buddy has certainly settled in very well!


Bea was adopted by our lovely marathon runner Lisa and her family, and is doing well in West Sussex.


Living the high life indeed with his new pack in Lancashire with Nigel and Kirsty.


Our very handsome Benson was adopted by Carol and her family, in lovely Lincolnshire.


Never making it out of foster, here is our lovely Aura, now settling with her new brother Tibs in North Wales.


Maisie is having a fabulous time with new mum Laura and her family in Hampshire.


Adopted by foster mum Trish, this lovely lad is wanting for nothing!


Snapped up in foster by our lovely David, Rupert is living the high life socialising in fancy West London!


Aberdeen suited Copper so much, he decided to stay! Wendy and her family are looking after him very well!

 Billy Rolo

Billy was adopted by David and Donna in Blackpool, who also adopted Rolo, a ready made pair! They look like they have always been together now!


Adopted by Helen and her family in Cornwall, our lovely Fred found his perfect forever home.

We are also clearing the adoptions of Albie and Wilbur this week, whilst Molly and Jack have their upcoming meet and greet. It's a very busy time!

With 22 dogs in our foster sysyem, we are always looking for more foster homes. If you can possibly help, take a look at our previous blog:

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As always, thank you for your support.


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