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‘Moffat Six’ making great progress

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By Fiona Reid
‘Moffat Six’ making great progress

AN update has been given on the six stray dogs found near Moffat last month.

They are still in the care of Dumfries and Galloway Canine Rescue Centre, who say they are delighted with the progress being made.

In a post on social media this week, the centre said: “It has taken a lot of time and patience but slowly they are learning they can trust us as they get more and more positive human interaction.”

This week’s focus is on lead walking and they are starting to get used to being brushed, with the result that their coats are in better condition than previously.

New homes are not yet being actively sought for the dogs, named Brodie, Glen, Charlotte, Toffee, Rae and Meadow, but will be in due course.

Meanwhile, donations continue to be sought to help cover the costs of caring for the dogs. Find out more via their Facebook page.

The spokesperson added: “We would like to thank everyone for your continued support.”


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