Few changes here at FFH with new trustees, new website and new dogs – but still the SAME commitment to Find Furever Homes. There is a home out there for all these dogs, we just need to find it – some take longer than others! If you have a moment to spare we would really appreciate your help in “sharing” their details – whether via Facebook, Twitter or even in an email to your pals! The secret really is to get as many people as possible aware of these dogs and find their Happy Ever After in this way.
Our Charity will soon be one year old and what a year it has been! A steep learning curve in many ways, and often very tiring and stressful – don’t think there has been a day go by when tears haven’t been shed, for various reasons, but we continue with the same resolve – to make a difference, one dog at a time!
Our website will continue to evolve and improve even further over coming weeks, and we have to say a huge thank you to Nic who has worked so very hard to get it to this stage. Our website is a lifeline for these dogs – we can point people here who are interested in them, and through the website people can quickly and easily apply – therefore it is critical that our website is accurate, reliable and we don’t miss the chance of a Furever Home for a dog – one of the reasons why we needed a change!
Taps was absolutely brilliant in getting our first website up and running, and worked so hard on it to make it as effective as it could be, and we are very grateful for that but the functionality had it’s limitations so she could only work within those restraints. We hope with everything that we have learned our new website will be even more productive and make it even easier to make a difference for the dogs …
A new addition to the website will be a monthly article from our favourite dog behaviourist/trainer, quarterly articles from one of our favourite vets (The Troll’s Personal Surgeon, don’t you know!) – but if you have any ideas of other things we should include to make our website even more attractive to potential readers AND adopters, please let us know?
As always, the 167 rehomed dogs could not have been rehomed without the fabulous help of our supporters, and once again, we doff our caps to you – you really do ROCK!!! Thank you so much for helping to make the difference that you do xxxx