My first walk in Sigiria Forest with my brother Fonzie and showing I’ve learned the command ‘DOWN!’
Children need to be trained how to behave around dog just as a puppy needs to know how to behave round children. My daughter helped Upepo get used to being on the lead - until she could be taken out of the compound.
Upepo came to her new home and preferred to sleep curled up in a corner. Then as she began to trust her new family she grew in confidence - and learnt how to relax….
Savanna loves her new human brother & sister. There are many benefits from having a pet in a child’s life. Fostering natural nurturing abilities & developing responsibilities, pets have a life long impact on a child’s development.
Older dogs are often a better fit for a family for numerous reasons: they won't chew on shoes and furniture, are more independent and (if not already) are house-trained much faster.
Chebet came to us through KSPCA. She was known to the KSPCA Staff as "Kadogo" (little one). She was in a large kennel with lots of other dogs and was pushed to the back by the other bigger dogs. But she called to us with a very cute "Rrrrruuuuw" (howl/bark) she produced. She quickly bonded… Continue reading Another wonderful “FAILED FOSTERS”
- 3 years old BUT still learning new “tricks” - Lively and energetic dog - Eager to be right with you - Beautiful jet-black fur - Loves going for walks and running around - Fits any family with children of 8 years and above
Did you ever wonder where your donations go towards? Or what our volunteers actually do? Have a read on the process of rescuing and rehoming Timmy and her 4 puppers.
TNR went to check up on Lucky how he is doing and was surprised to see that he had become the subject of a painter! Would you also like to have a painting of your pet done by the talented Leo Mativo, contact us: email@example.com !
Volunteering as a TNR foster family is a great alternative for many expat families who love dogs (or cats) but whose circumstances are not entirely stable enough to adopt one. So what is a "Failed Foster"? Find out in this blog post