Dogs saved from ‘death row’

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Dogs saved from ‘death row’

It is the Tayside rescue service that saves dogs from “death row”.

Perthshire Gundog Rescue, at St Madoes, has been running for five years and often steps in when other agencies have given up hope of rehabilitating “working” dogs.

Owner Carol Begg told the Tele that they have saved the lives of hundreds of dogs from Dundee, Perthshire and Angus who were on the brink of being put down.

She is currently raising £100,000 that would enable them to buy a partner’s share of the property via an online funding page.The 49-year-old said: “We save dogs from being put to sleep — we save the dogs that are on death row.“Recently, we took a dog from the Scottish SPCA, who was 24 hours away from being put to sleep.“We get phoned by them, vets and owners asking us if we can take the animals on. We are saving dogs’ lives. We work […]


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