PawTrails traveled down to Clonakility, Ireland to West Cork Animal Welfare Group (WCAWG) on a number of occasions to see the great work they are doing in rehabilitating and re-homing animals that had been abandoned or abused. It is so sad to hear the stories that lead to the dogs being surrendered or rescued by the animal shelter, but it is great to see the massive improvement in them with all the love and attention they receive. Animal shelters such as the WCAWG receive no government funding and rely on fundraisers and donations to carry out the work they do.
On our latest visit to West Cork we brought a significant amount of dog food, as a gesture for allowing us to spend time with the animals. A small token of appreciation for the great work they do.
Looking for a new home
Jade the Springer Spaniel was neglected by her previous owner. Looking at her now she is gorgeous and a very friendly dog with loads of love to give. Jade is currently reserved until she is ready to be adopted but there are plenty of other dogs available looking for a loving home.
Wilson the small white Westie was rescued from a puppy farm and was very nervous when he first arrived in WCAWG, but their hard work and patients is paying off. He is the perfect addition to a quiet and calm home with an owner who has experience in handling nervous dogs. The great news is Wilson has now been given a second chance in his new forever.
Visit www.westcorkanimals.com to find out more information on how you can help animals in need today.
the team at PawTrails