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Marley's story 

Marley was seized by Cumbria Police as a suspected Pitbull type dog.  When Marley's case came before the magistrates court Marley was given a destruction order most likely due to a minor incident which had happened whilst being in police kennels. Marley's owner was determined to save Marley so therefore appealed the magistrates decision. Marley's appeal was heard at Preston Crown Court yesterday. After hearing all the evidence a Crown Court Judge made the decision to grant the appeal.

Marley will be reunited with his very happy owner as a exempted dog very soon.


As many of you know our office is often quite hectic when Casper and Benny come in and run riot. Today the office became a  whole lot louder when Bella joined the team. 

Casper and Benny both were adopted from the fantastic Carla Lane Animals In Need. Last week we received a call from the sanctuary notifying us that Benny's sister was coming in the following day as her owner could no longer care for her. Jess and her partner decided to go and visit the sanctuary the following day with Benny to see if they would both get along.

When Benny met Bella it was as though they had never been apart they had great fun playing. 

Jess fell in Love with the beautiful Bella and a decision was made to adopt her.

Benny and Bella are now the best of friends.