Beautiful spaniel mix pups saved by Mid Ulster kennel need new home for Christmas

Could you give one of these beauties a new home?
Could you give one of these beauties a new home?

Drumbonoway Kennels, which rehomes unwanted pets as well as those picked up by Mid Ulster dog wardens, is trying to find homes for three beautiful English Springer Spaniel Mix Puppies before Christmas.

Now nine weeks old, the puppies are “now seeking a new forever home”.

So if your family is on the lookout for a dog, why not give a home to one that needs it.

The three female pups have had their first vaccines and have also been dewormed.

In recent weeks the much needed service has reunited a Husky type dog found wandering in Magherafelt with its owner and found a new home for a lovely Bichon Frise rescued by the Mid Ulster Council Enforcement Officer in the Dungannon area.

For details on any dogs that need a new home contact Colleen 028 8773 8861 Drumbonaway Kennels.

“We rehome stray and unwanted dogs from our Kennels in Stewartstown.,” she said.

“The Centre has an adoption fee of £50 and all dogs must be licensed at £12.50 or £5.00 if you are receiving benefits. Free Micro-Chipping and Neutering / Spaying Vouchers supplied.

“Anyone genuinely interested in a dog please ring.”