Fudge was born at the ISPCA National Animal Centre after his mother Aishlinn was rescued from a puppy farm in Cork by ISPCA Senior Inspector Lisa O’Donovan. We are delighted Fudge was adopted by Gerard and his wife Susan recently and we thought we would share a recent photo of him in his wonderful new home.
Sadly Gerard and Susan lost their beloved Jack Russell Sandy not long ago. Gerard and Susan never had a rescue dog before but were strongly influenced by their son and daughter-in-law who had recently adopted two rescue puppies.
Gerard spotted the photo of Fudge on the ISPCA’s website rehoming page and he knew straight away that she was the one and planned a visit to the ISPCA National Animal Centre straight away to find out more information!
This is Aishlinn when she was rescued by the ISPCA from a puppy farm and shortly after she gave birth to two adorable puppies Fudge and Toffee.
Check out our rehoming page to see the many animals in our care patiently waiting for new loving homes here
More dogs just like Aishlinn above need to be rescued by the ISPCA and our services are stretched beyond capacity. We need to expand our facilities to cope with more rescued animals and we hope to build a new dedicated Mother and Puppy unit at the ISPCA National Animal Centre in Longford. The new kennels will provide a separated, peaceful and isolated area away from other dogs in kennels. What is critically important here is the welfare of the Mothers while they are expecting and the specialised care that mum and puppies need after they are born.
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