Jack and Lucky Kingston came to us about a year ago after spending about six months in kennels after their person died. Jack was very shaky and vulnerable when he came to us whereas Lucky had fared better. Jack had constant diarrhoea and looked like a good gust of wind would blow him off his legs. The loving care he received from his foster family together with vet visits, injections, physio, a good and careful diet, meant that he enjoyed his gentle walks, and the company of his foster family and best mate Lucky. The decision was made to leave him in palliative care. He had a year with us but when he could no longer walk or get himself up we made the sad decision to let him go to a pain-free environment. He has been cremated and his ashes are with his foster family.

Jack Kingston you are missed. Your foster family said you were the most loving, gentle dog. You gave as much as you took. Your friend Lucky with stay with his foster family now for the rest of his life.

We are so grateful to the special carers that allow us to give these dogs this time.