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Local animal rescue charity no longer accepting Dogs

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Local animal rescue charity, Causeway Coast Dog Rescue has announced today via Social Media that due to construction issues with its site in Castleroe, it will no longer be able to take in dogs.

A spokesperson for the charity said: “Causeway Coast Dog Rescue regrets to inform our followers that as of today and for the immediate future, we can no longer take in dogs due to ongoing construction issues with our sanctuary.”

“However, in the meantime we will continue to support you in our signposting and support service to ensure your dog finds a home or to find you a new member of your family, as we hope you will continue to support us in our charitable work. Thank you.”

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