Can you give darling Dasher a loving new home?

Dasher is a very gentle five-year-old Lurcher Cross. Given his nature, Dasher would benefit from a loving owner who has experience of his breed. Extremely well natured, Dasher gets on well with other dogs and pets although may get too excited around small, furry household pets such as rabbits or cats. Dasher is a clever boy who is completely house trained, he walks well on the lead as he loves going for walks. If you are interested in finding out more about Dasher, please contact Dogs Trust Ballymena. Visit Dogs Trust Ballymena, 60 Teeshan Road, Ballymena, Co Antrim, BT43 5PN or call the centre on 028 2565 2977. www.dogstrust.org.uk

Dasher is a very gentle five-year-old Lurcher Cross. Given his nature, Dasher would benefit from a loving owner who has experience of his breed. Extremely well natured, Dasher gets on well with other dogs and pets although may get too excited around small, furry household pets such as rabbits or cats. Dasher is a clever boy who is completely house trained, he walks well on the lead as he loves going for walks. If you are interested in finding out more about Dasher, please contact Dogs Trust Ballymena. Visit Dogs Trust Ballymena, 60 Teeshan Road, Ballymena, Co Antrim, BT43 5PN or call the centre on 028 2565 2977. www.dogstrust.org.uk

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Can you give Dasher, our Star Dog of the Week a loving new home?

Dasher is a very gentle five-year-old Lurcher Cross.

Given his nature, Dasher would benefit from a loving owner who has experience of his breed.

Extremely well natured, Dasher gets on well with other dogs and pets although may get too excited around small, furry household pets such as rabbits or cats.

Dasher is a clever boy who is completely house trained, he walks well on the lead as he loves going for walks.

If you are interested in finding out more about Dasher, please contact Dogs Trust Ballymena.

Visit Dogs Trust Ballymena, 60 Teeshan Road, Ballymena, Co Antrim, BT43 5PN or call the centre on 028 2565 2977. www.dogstrust.org.uk

• Dogs Trust has recently been celebrating its 125th anniversary and staff at the Ballymena rehoming centre are marking the occasion by looking back at some of the organisation’s most notable achievements over the years.

Rehoming Centre Manager, Oonagh Phillips said: “It’s wonderful to look back over the years and see how far Dogs Trust has come in making vital improvements in dog welfare. I’m sure Lady Gertrude Stock couldn’t have imagined that the initial meeting of a handful of dog lovers would grow to become the largest dog welfare charity in the UK with a slogan famous worldwide.

“Helping stray and abandoned dogs has always been at the forefront of Dogs Trust’s aims and in this, our 125th year, we were delighted to welcome the introduction of compulsory microchipping in England, Scotland and Wales. This essential element of responsible dog ownership is the most effective permanent way of ensuring a lost dog is reunited with its owner.”