UKBTR Rescue Dog of the Month for May


Barclay


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We adopted Barclay in Jan 2016 when he was 7. When he first came he had some issues, which is to be expected with a rescue dog. He was quite nervous around other dogs and didn't do well with them being in his house, showing some fear aggression. He was also very toy possessive.


18 months later he is a completely different dog. Barclay is such a character who loves people. He loves his walks and has loads of energy; happily chasing his ball all day long.

He really has turned out to be the best dog and we couldn't imagine life without our boy. He is our first Boston but certainly won't be our last.

UKBTR Supporter's Dog of the Month for May


Jo-Jo


JoJo is now a 7 year old lady, and I have had her for almost 2 years. She had a lot of eye problems when younger but since having extensive surgery she is now a healthy happy little diva. She came to me through UKBTR so I am happy to do anything I can to help the rescue.


JoJo is a very stubborn but lovable little Pug. She knows what she wants and will do anything in her Puggie power to get it - anything from a belly rub to a morsel of food which may 'accidentally' fall her way ;)


She is happiest when I have foster dogs - particularly if it's another Pug - as she loves to play and then snuggle up with them.

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Every Boston deserves the best...

We love Boston Terriers! They're a cute, comical, caring breed who, when matched with the right owner, will provide many happy years of companionship.

  

We know there are lots of people like us, who love and care for their Bostons - and believe us, we'd much prefer it if we didn't even exist - but alas, there are Boston Terriers up and down the UK who are not being treated as they should be; beautiful, bouncy Bostons without a comfy bed at night, or a human to give them the best of everything...

  

There are also people who, for many reasons, are no longer able to keep their Boston Terrier and because of their love for their pet want to ensure they go to a home that has been fully checked and will have lifelong back-up.

  

We are a registered charity (number: 1163435) and are recognised by the Kennel Club as a breed specific rescue.

  

We attended Crufts 2016 under 'Find a rescue' - What an amazing achievement, and it was so lovely to meet and greet so many people. Thank you to everyone who visited us on the stand and everyone who donated.

  

From left to right: Sue Birch with Ollie, Yasimin Djemal with Boston, Valerie Pellowe with Frank and Beth Bartlett with Nessa. 

  

Frank - Came into the Rescue just before Crufts, strutting the purple carpet, and now living the life of Riley in his new home.

 Boston showing off his UKBTR Bandana.

Yoko - Previously known as Millie (Re-homed in 2015!)

  

We provide a complete breed specialist rehoming service across the UK. In our experience, Bostons prefer beds to cold kennels, so we operate via a home fostering network. This means we can provide a home-from-home environment for all the Bostons that come into our care, whilst they are assessed, vet checked and matched with a new family.

  

Find us on Facebook here: Uk Boston Terrier Rescue - Main Facebook group with updates and photos.

  

Take a look at our auction page on Facebook: Uk Boston Terrier Rescue Auction - Head over to help raise much needed funds while getting a little something for yourself!

  

If you'd like to help UKBTR, we would like to hear from you! We are currently looking for more fosterers, particulary dog and child free homes.

  

We would love to welcome more fosterers and transporters to our team, so if you think you'd be able to help make a difference, especially to a dog that comes to us, please fill in our FOSTER APPLICATION FORM , or our TRANSPORTER APPLICATION FORMThese can also be found under 'Files' on our Facebook page.  

  

Fostering is an extremely rewarding process, if you would like to help but not sure if you could do it, drop us a line at info@ukbostonterrierrescue.co.uk. We can help explain the process.