Last Thursday Daniel Dalton, MEP for the West Midlands, visited Dogs Trust Kenilworth and was greeted by a number of VIPs (very important pooches).
Daniel was given a tour of the Rehoming Centre, met some of the 169 dogs currently in the care of Dogs Trust Kenilworth and also saw, first-hand, the incredible work of the Rehoming Centre staff.
Daniel Dalton MEP said:
“Dogs Trust provides a great service, whether it be taking in troubled and lost dogs from the local authorities or simply taking in dogs from members of the public who can no longer cope with their pet. I was impressed with the efforts that are made with rehoming, where possible, the right person gets the right dog.”
Dogs Trust Kenilworth Rehoming Centre’s, David Evans said:
“It was a pleasure to show Daniel around our Rehoming Centre, it’s clear he has a real love for dogs. It was great to see his interest in our rehoming process and the fact we will stop at nothing to ensure every dog that comes to Dogs Trust Kenilworth finds the loving home they deserve.”
Dogs Trust will soon meet Daniel and other MEPs in Brussels to discuss rules about the importation of sickly puppies into the UK from Eastern Europe, following the recent publication of its second investigative report into abuses to the Pet Travel Scheme.
Daniel continues: “Dogs Trust have raised many serious questions about the importation of puppies and it was valuable experience to learn about its operation. The community of Warwickshire is well served by Dogs Trust.”
To rehome a dog like Dexter please contact Dogs Trust Kenilworth on 0300 303 0292.